Hoyas ready for rematch with Wildcats in BIG EAST semifinals
A 2004 USILA Second Team All-American selection and First Team All-ECAC choice...finished first in the nation and tops in the ECAC for face-off win percentage (.689) and was third in the nation and first in the conference for groundballs per game (7.62)...grabbed 105 groundballs during the season which is the highest total ever in one season at Georgetown and 186 face-off wins ranks as the best season ever...owned a .681 face-off win percentage which is the second highest in the history of Hoya lacrosse...played in 14-of-15 games and totaled a career high three goals plus added one assist...earned team's Coaches Award...scored first goal of year in season opener versus Maryland and won 16-of-23 face-offs...set a career high in points with a goal and an assist versus Cornell...14 groundballs at Penn State tied a career high...won 15-of-20 face-offs to become GU's all-time win leader and gathered 12 groundballs in win over Duke, plus was recognized as the ECAC's Offensive Player of the Week...scored one goal in win over UMass...won 9-of-10 face-offs for a career high win percentage of .900 in win over Mount St. Mary's...won 18-of-24 face-offs against Syracuse at home and was the victor of 11-of-19 against 'Cuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals...
2003 Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Man of the Year...a 2003 USILA Honorable Mention All-American selection...started at the "X" in all 15 affairs and 181 face-off wins and 277 face-off attempts were the second most all-time by a Hoya...win-percentage of .653 on the year was tops in the ECAC, tied for third in the Hoya single season books and placed third in the national statistics...83 groundballs ranks fourth all-time and 5.53 groundballs per game averaged placed fourth in the league and 18th in the Quarterfinals...won 12 of 19 face-off attempts against the Scarlet Knights in NCAA First Round...named ECAC Offensive Player of the Week for the week ending May 5, 2003...grabbed 13 ground balls and won 18 of 26 face-off attempts in Syracuse game...scored GU's first goal against Duke right from the face-off circle and won 9-of-14 attempts in the cirlce...made first career goal at home against Penn State, won 15-of-20 at the "X" and had a team high 14 ground balls...began 2003 season by winning 18-of-22 face-offs against Cornell and led team with six ground balls...
Picked up 67 ground balls in rookie season, good for second on the Hoyas and sixth in the ECAC...ended year as top face-off man in the ECAC winning .609 regular season attempts...secured 95 face-off wins during full season on 159 attempts....597 face-off win percentage and 95 wins rank eighth and 10th respectively in Hoya single season record book...grabbed a team-high nine ground balls against Brown and Syracuse...won season high 14 face-offs at Syracuse and had only assist...won better than .636 of face-offs in seven contests...the victor in 10-of-13 (.769) face-offs against Bucknell...
Played lacrosse and football at Walt Whitman...member of the 2000 Maryland Class AA regional championship team...was a high school All-American and was named All-Met by the Washington Post...played in the North-South All-Star Game...named All-County Player of the Year...was also All-County in football...
Son of Robert and Vicki Corno
Corno's Career Stats
Career Best Games
Goals: 1, Five Teams
Assists: 1, Four Times
Points: 2, Cornell, 2004
Groundballs: 14, Two Times
F-O Wins: 18, Three Times
F-O Win %: .900 (9-10), Mt. St. Mary's, 2004