Accolades: (2012): Earned a spot on the America East Conference Winter/Spring Honor Roll.
2013: Competed in 10 contests as a reserve face-off specialist and a wing on face-offs… Won a season-high 3 (of 4) draws in the opener at Robert Morris… Played a critical role in the 10-9 victory over Binghamton in the regular season finale, scooping up four ground balls… Attempted a pair of shots in that contest.2012: Underwent shoulder surgery in the fall and did not compete in fall or spring competition. 2011: Finished second on the team in face-off wins (50) and ground balls (28)… Won 50 of 99 (50.5%) for the season and 22 of 39 (56.4%) in America East play… Opened the season with a dominant performance, controlling a team season high 13 draws (13-3) at Presbyterian on Feb. 19… Nearly battled No. 6 Maryland to a stalemate, winning 7-of-15 face-offs on March 18… Won five of seven in the victory at Albany on April 16 and took 12 of 17 in the 9-8 victory over Vermont a week later… Corralled season bests in ground balls with six each vs. Presbyterian and Vermont.
2010: Competed in seven games for the Retrievers… Won his first draw against Johns Hopkins on March 9… Won his other face-off at Maryland on March 20.
Background: Majoring in management of aging studies... Won the Calvert Hall Ground Ball Award in 2007, 2008 and 2009, recording 305 ground balls in that span… Captured 471 face-offs and maintained a 73 percent face-off winning rate from 2007-09… His father, Joseph J. Impallaria, Jr., an army officer/attorney, played lacrosse at the former Western Maryland College (now McDaniel) from 1979-82 and has served three tours of duty in Iraq… Earned the Cardinal Most Valuable Player Award in 2006… Won 16 of 18 face-offs against Archbishop Spalding in the 2008 MIAA quarterfinals… Also lettered in football for three seasons… Sang with the Calvert Hall choir, The Hallmen…Has two siblings, Dominic, 17, and Marlena, 25… Son of Joseph and Marlene Impallaria… Born Dec. 24, 1990.