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#33 Ari Sussman
Position: Attack
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: New Haven, Conn.
High School: Loomis Chaffee

Senior (2010): Started all 13 games and finished his Dartmouth career with 55 starts in 55 career games ... had a productive season as one of the four captains for the Big Green ... named second team All-Ivy ... posted 44 points on 25 goals and 19 assists ... the 19 helpers were one off of a career-high ... second on the team with 74 shots and first with 47 shots on goal ... recorded one of Dartmouth's three goals during man-down situations and it was his first career goal in that situation ... finished the year ranked ninth in the Ivy League in goals per game at 192 goals a contest ... was top-four in assists per game and points per game in the league ... posted 3.38 points per game and was ranked 30th in the nation in the category ... was tied for fourth overall in conference with 44 points ... averaged 1.46 assists per matchup for fourth in the conference and his 19 assists were good enough for fourth in Ivies ... started the season with five points in the first three games ... had back-to-back games against Holy Cross and Wagner with three goals and two assists ... began the year with two goals and three helpers at Colgate on Feb. 27 in a 7-3 win ... collected 10 multi-point games, which led the Big Green ... scored in 12 of Dartmouth's 13 games with the lone scoreless game coming at Bryant on April 27 in a 7-5 loss to the Bulldogs ... In those 12 games, he had at least one goal ... had a stretch of seven points against #2 UNC, #9 Duke and #16 Harvard, including a goal and two helpers against the Tar Heels in a 15-6 loss on March 19 ... came through with four huge goals in the upset win against #6 Cornell at Gillette Stadium at the 2010 New England Lacrosse Classic ... tallied 13 points in a pair of wins over Vermont and Penn ... started with a season-high five goals against the Catamounts in an 18-13 win on April 20 ... also added two assists for a season-high seven points ... followed that with a goal and a season-high five assists for six points in the 15-11 win over Penn, which kept Dartmouth in the race for the Ivy League Tournament ... after being held scoreless at Bryant, netted two goals in his final collegiate game in the overtime 10-9 loss at Brown.

Junior (2009): Started all 13 games played in ... missed three games with an injury ... tallied 12 goals and added 10 assists for 22 points ... started his season with a goal in five-straight games ... the streak included back-to-back two-goal games against Brown and at Holy Cross ... posted three multi-goal games ... the third came at Yale on April 15 in the 14-13 overtime win ... added two assists against Yale for a season-high four points ... had seven multi-point games ... recorded two assists in four games, including three-straight (Providence, Cornell and Yale) ... picked up 26 ground balls, which was third on the team ... had a season-high four ground balls in his first game at Notre Dame and in the season finale against Harvard.

Sophomore (2008): First team All-Ivy honoree ... started all 14 games ... has not missed a game in two years ... led the team with 27 goals and 20 assists for 47 points ... fourth in the Ivy League in goals per game with 1.92 ... second in points per game with 3.15 ... was tops on team with 89 shots ... posted nine multi-goal games ... netted a season-high four goals against Holy Cross ... scored three goals, four times, including back-to-back games against Virginia and Duke ... added his lone extra-man tally against Hartford ... picked up 21 ground balls.

Freshman (2007): Earned team and Ivy League Rookie of the Year honors ... led the team in scoring with 33 goals and 17 assists ... named honorable mention All-Ivy and second team All-New England ... third in the Ivy League in goals per game, averaging 2.2 ... fourth in points per game with 3.33 ... had one game-winning goal against Vermont ... scooped up a career-high 35 ground balls.

Before Dartmouth: Captain of lacrosse and soccer teams at Loomis Chaffee School ... earned four letters in lacrosse and hockey, adding three more in soccer ... lacrosse team was the Founders League Champion in 2005 with a 14-2 record ... earned the Junior Athlete Award for Loomis Chaffee in 2005 ... named All-State in soccer and first team All-New England in lacrosse as a junior.

Personal: Son of Richard Sussman and Nina Horowitz ... has one sister.

Named Athlete of the Week-4/7/10

SUSSMAN'S CAREER STATISTICS

OVERALL

Year GP-GS
Goals
Assists
Points
Shots Up-Down GB TO CT Pen-Mins
2007 15-15
33
17
50
110 3-0
35
18
7
7-6.0
2008
14-14
27
20
47
89 1-0
21
21
4
3-2.0
2009
13-13
12
10
22
56
1-0
26
24
2
4-4.0
2010 13-13 25 19 44 74 0-1 14 36 2 3-3.0
Totals 55-55
97
66
163
329 5-1 96
99
15  17-15.0

IVY LEAGUE

Year GP-GS
Goals
Assists
Points
Shots Up-Down GB TO CT Pen-Mins
2007 6-6
9
7
16
38 1-0
11
7
4
3-2.5
2008
6-6
9
11
20
31 0-0
8
9
0
2-1.5
2009
6-6
6
6
12
23
0-0
10
8
1
2-2.0
2010 6-6 10 8 18 30 0-1 8 16 2 3-3.0
Totals 24-24
34
32
66
122 1-1 48
40
7  10-9.0

 

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