|Hometown:||Oakland Twp., Mich.|
|High School:||Brother Rice|
First Team All-Ivy League
NSCAA Scholar-All Region
Played and started in 16 games … Tallied four points on four assists … Four assists was tops for a Dartmouth player and ranked sixth in the Ivy League … Took 26 shots in 2012, second-most on the team … Tallied five shots on goal … Took a season-best three shots on two occasions (vs. Missouri State (9/16) and Harvard (10/27) … Averaged 0.25 assists per game … Ranked seventh on the team in points (4) and fifth in shots on goal (5).
First Team All-Ivy League
ECAC All-Star Team (Second Team)
All-Tournament Team - Dartmouth Classic
Played and started in 17 contests for the Big Green during his junior season ... Tallied 15 points on four goals and a team-best seven assists ... Tallied back-to-back game-winners against UMass (9/24) and Princeton (10/1) ... Best game of the season against the Tigers with three points on one goal and one assist ... Posted multiple points on five occasions ... Tallied a season-high six shots with four shots on goal against Brown (11/12) ... Recorded multiple assists against Vermont (10/4) and Columbia (10/220 ... Second on the team in points (15), shots (31), shots on goal (18) and game-winning goals (2).
Played in five games with five starts before being sidelined with injury ...Tallied one goal and two assists on the season, for four points ... Had one shot on goal and one game-winner.
Dartmouth Will Shue Award, Rookie of the Year
Ivy League Rookie of the Week (9/8)
Had a great freshman year as one of just four players to play in all 18 games, also making 12 starts … Made his collegiate debut against St. Peter’s, tallying a goal and three assists, 9/4 … Then earned his first career start the next game, a 1-0 win over Northeastern, 9/6 … Started the last five games of the season including a 2-0 win over Cornell and his first career NCAA Tournament game, a first round loss at Boston College, 11/19.
Four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain for Brother Rice ... Led team to Catholic League, district and regional championships and Michigan State finals in 2005 ... Also won district title in 2007 ... Named all-district and all-county his sophomore through senior years ... All-state honoree as a junior and senior ... Twice named team MVP ... Played for the Michigan ODP team and was part of the Region II ODP player pool ... Member of the US U-14 National Team Pool and three-year part of the Super Y National Pool ... Vardar Soccer Club won Michigan State Cup in 2002 and 2003 and was a four-time finalist.
Randy Kevin Dzierzawski Jr. ... Son of Randy and Kimberly Dzierzawski ... Has two brothers.
Dzierzawski's Career Stats