5 Scott Zurnacian
5 Scott Zurnacian
Height: 5-9
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: Moraga, Calif.
High School: Campolindo
Position: Driver
Major: Economics

• 2018 Member of ACWPC All-Academic Team
• Two-Time Member of WWPA All-Academic Team

A four-year driver who saw action in 109 career games (three starts) ... posted 47 goals, 45 assists, and 32 steals during his career.

AS A SENIOR (2018): Played in all 25 games, all as a reserve … posted 15 goals, two steals and seven assists ... accumulated 10 kickouts drawn and two field blocks … matched his career-high of two goals three times against LMU (Nov. 16), Harvard (Oct. 19), Brown (Sep. 8) and Johns Hopkins (Sep. 7).

AS A JUNIOR (2017): Played in 24 games, all in reserve … accumulated 10 goals, 10 steals and 16 assists … drew seven kickouts … named to the WWPA All-Academic team ... recognized as "excellent" on the ACWPC All-Academic team ... named to WWPA All-Academic team ... had a career-high three assists against Whittier (Sept. 16) … matched his career-high of two goals against LMU (Nov. 18), UC San Diego (Nov. 17), and Wagner (Oct. 21).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2016): Played in 21 games, starting three … recorded six goals, 11 steals and eight assists ... posted six kickouts drawn and one field block … named to the WWPA All-Academic team ... had a career-high three steals in the season opener against San Jose State (Sept. 3) ... matched a career high with two assists vs. Iona (Sept. 9) ... in games vs. Princeton (Sept. 10) and John Hopkins (Oct. 22), accumulated one goal, assist and steal.

AS A FRESHMAN (2015): Played in 16 games, all as a reserve ... tallied three goals and seven assists on the season ... racked up a career-high two assists against San Jose State (Sept. 5) and a career-best two goals versus San Jose State (Sept. 20).

PERSONAL: Majoring in data analysis economics.

CAREER HIGH:

  • Goals: 2, 7 times (last: LMU, Nov. 16, 2018) 
  • Assists: 3 vs. Whittier (Sept. 16, 2017)
  • Steals: 3 vs. San Jose State (Sept. 3, 2016)
  • Kickouts Drawn: 3 vs. CAL (Sept. 17, 2016)