Panthers Travel to No. 10 Notre Dame on Wednesday Night
Panthers Host No. 5 Georgetown on Saturday
Panthers Look to Keep Unbeaten Streak Alive
Freshman Matt Venanzi First Career Goal in Game-Winner
Career: Has played in 39 games with 29 starts for the Panthers.
2013: Co-captain...played in 14 games and started 10 of them...finished with one goal and one assist on the year, both coming against Howard.
2012: Co-captain ... appeared and started in 15 games ... recorded two goals, the first and second of his career: versus Niagara on Aug. 24 and Georgetown on Sept. 29.
2011: Saw action in eight games as a sophomore, starting four contests ... played in five conference matchups ... logged 465 minutes played.
2010: played in two games in first season for the Panthers ... logged 27 minutes.
High School: Helped lead Erie Cathedral Prep to four region championships, three district titles, the PIAA Quarterfinals (2006), PIAA Western Finals (2009) and a 58-16-3 mark in four seasons ... three-year team captain ... four-year all-region selection and an all-district selection as a senior ... tallied 25 goals and 81 assists in his four-year career ... recipient of the Ronald Costello Hall of Fame Memorial Award and Tyzinski Memorial Award ... also lettered in track, cross country and basketball ... won the PA West State Cup championship in 2005 and 2007 with the Erie Admirals and in 2009 and 2010 with Beadling SC ... played with PA West ODP from 2004-06 ... member of the National Honor Society ... served as senior class president.
Personal: Born on September 26, 1991 ... son of Jean Cordier ... has one younger sister, Katherine ... majoring in Neuroscience and Sociology ... instructor in the Emerging Leaders program ... actively involved in SAAC ... invited and participated in neuroscience conference in November 2011 in Boston entitled "Preparing 21st Century Minds: Using Brain Research to Enhance Cognitive Skills for the Future." The seminar was hosted by the Learning & the Brain Society.
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