CAREER: In 32 career games at Pitt, Steve Cavalier has started 31 contests...registered five career points and five assists on 24 shots.
2005: Started all 16 games for Pitt as a sophomore...led team with four assists on year...concluded year with four points on 13 shots...registered one assist in four games (vs. Marquette, vs. Mount St. Mary's, vs. Marshall, vs. Drexel)...began season with assists in three of Pitt's four games.
2004: Started 15 games for the Panthers as a freshman in 2004...registered 11 shots on year...totaled one assist and one point for the season...assist came against Marshall...played in all Big East games except for the season finale against Syracuse.
HIGH SCHOOL: Arrived at Pitt as a much-heralded player out of Salesianum High School in Wilmington, Del....three-time first team All-State and Regional All-America selection...named an Adidas All-American, National All-American, and Gatorade All-American as a senior...played in two USYSA National Championships...scored 32 career goals and notched 80 assists...finished with four goals and 31 assists as a senior...scored 19 goals and 22 assists as a junior...led his high school team to the 2002 state, three state semifinal appearances and four straight conference titles...was a five-year starter for the FC Delco club team...led F.C. Delco to USYSA National Championship in 2001...also is the school-recordholder in the 400-meters.
PERSONAL: Born October 25, 1985...son of Steve and Chris Cavalier...has three sisters...majors in communication & rhetoric.
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