Appeared in all 21 matches, including 17 starts, and finished the season with two goals and two assists... made an appearance in the season opener against USF, logging 17 minutes off the bench (8.27)... put in another 17 minutes against No. 1 Louisville, firing two shots (9.2)... came on in relief against Oregon State, working 54 minutes (9.2)... took two shots in 61 minutes off the bench against Clemson (9.9)... made first start of 2011 and fired off a shot against Cleveland St. (9.14)... started and launched two shots against UNC (9.16)... took a season-high three shots and recorded his first career assist on the game-winning goal by Luca Gimenez against Winthrop (9.25)... started and fired off one shot on goal against Davidson (9.28)... knocked in first career goal to help the Deacons to a 4-3 win over No. 25 Virginia (10.14)... tied a career-high with three shots and added an assist in the 2011 ACC Quarterfinals at Virginia (11.8)... scored the Deacs' lone goal in his NCAA Tournament debut as Wake Forest advanced past first round opponent, South Carolina, on PKs (11.17)...
Saw time in nine games, including one start, during rookie season ... Made collegiate debut at Charlotte (9.14), attempting a shot in 14 minutes of action ... Made first start in win at UNC Greensboro (9.25).
Two-year letterwinner at New Hanover High School ... Tallied 32 goals and 56 assists during high school career, including a single-season record of 36 assists in 2008 ... Team compiled a 35-7-4 record over his two seasons ... Saw time with the U14, U15 and U16 U.S. National Teams ... Named an NSCAA High School All-American in 2009 ... Two-time All-State, All-Region and All-Conference selection ... Named regional player of the year following 2009 season ... Attended adidas ESP camp in 2008 and 2009 and made the All-Star team both years ... Member of region III and North Carolina ODP teams ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Born January 9, 1992 ... Son of Joel and Kate Tomaselli.