Has a powerful shot with the ability to score from distance...a strong, hard-working player who has the potential to contribute as a forward...has shown great versatility over his career.
2008: Honorable Mention All-BIG EAST ... Named team MVP ... Led the Hoyas in scoring with a team-best seven goals as well as two assists for 16 points ... Had to adjust to a new position up front after moving from the midfield ... Scored first career goals in 2008 ... Scored a pair of game-winners at the Cal State-Northridge Tournament ... Had the game-winner at Rutgers in overtime off of a corner kick ... Notched the game-winner at Pittsburgh in a 1-0 victory ... Had a pair of assists on senior day versus Marquette ... Tallied a goal off of a penalty kick against Cincinnati in the opening round of the BIG EAST Tournament at North Kehoe Field ... Was named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll twice throughout the season.
2007: Made appearances in seven games, starting against UNC-Greensboro and at Cincinnati.
2006: Played in 16 games and started two games against Howard and at Pittsburgh ...handed out an assist on a free kick on the Hoyas' fifth goal vs. George Washington ... named BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
2005: Appeared in 20 games with 14 starts, including the final nine games of the season ...recorded an assist in the win over Manhattan ... named BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
Prior to Georgetown: Plays for the Chicago Magic who, are Super Y League National Champions and was named to the Super Y League All Tournament Team...a member of the Illinois Olympic Development program the last four years and named to the Region II team twice...a four-year starter for Hinsdale Central High School and was named First team All-State in 2004...scored 29 times and recorded 11 assists at Hinsdale with 21 of those goals coming in senior year which ranks third on Hinsdale's all-time single season scoring list.
Peter Grasso's Career Statistics