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Joe Resetarits



  • DOB: 8/22/1989
  • Ht: 5-11
  • Wt: 198
  • Shoots: RIGHT
  • Years on Team: 3
  • School: Albany
  • Hometown: Hamburg, NY
  • Drafted: 2015

He enters his sixth season in the NLL and fourth with the Knighthawks… Led the Knighthawks in goals (27), assists (39) and points (66)… He reached career highs in all three offensive categories… Recorded his 200th career point on 3/25/17… On 3/4/17, he picked up his 100th point as a Knighthawk… Collected his 100th career assist on 2/11/17… Scored a career-high four goals on 4/23/16… Played in his 50th game as a pro on 1/14/16… Scored a playoff career-high four goals in the 2015 East Division Semifinals on 5/8/15… Tied his career high with four assists and six points on 5/2/15… Scored two goals in his Knighthawks debut on 4/3/15… Was traded to Rochester after playing in 27 games with the Buffalo Bandits from 2014-15… In 2014, he established a then career high in goals with 25… He was originally selected sixth overall by the Calgary Roughnecks in the 2012 NLL Entry Draft… Won a bronze medal with Team USA at the 2015 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championship… Prior to playing pro lacrosse, he was a standout at the University at Albany (2009-12), where he was named an Honorable Mention All-American in 2012... Resetarits, who led the America East Conference in scoring that season, was the Conference Player of the Year… He finished his career with the Great Danes with 169 points (125+44) in 50 games… He ranked seventh nationally with 4.13 points per game and fourth in goals per game at 2.94… The three-time First Team All-Conference selection averaged 5.60 points per game… In 2011, he led the Great Danes with 31 goals and 13 assists… Was fourth in the league in both goals and scoring in 2011... In 2010, he was tied for first in the American East Conference with six man-up goals… In 2009, he posted 43 points, 34 goals, and 9 assists… Voted First Team All-Conference… Member of American East All- Rookie Team… Ranked 12th among NCAA leaders in goals with 2.43 points per game… Played for the Junior “A” St. Catharines Athletics from 2007-10… In 2009, he finished sixth in the league in scoring and was named a Second Team All-Star.

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