23 Mark Sisco-Tolomeo
- Franklin Lakes, N.J.
- High School:
- Don Bosco Prep
2017: Named All-New England Third Team honors by the United Soccer Coaches… Earned All-NESCAC First Team honors… Selected to play in the NEISL All-Star Classic… Was named the 2017 Ironman Award recipient… Started 15 games and all 10 NESCAC games… Scored 4 goals and tallied 1 assist… Scored critical game-winning goal at Colby College… Scored go-ahead goals against Hamilton College and non-conference foe, Coast Guard… Finished first on the team in points, shots taken, and shots on goal… A consistent threat and tireless worker, he registered shots in all but 2 matches in which he played…
2016: Featured in 15 matches and all 10 NESCAC matches… Tied as the team’s leading scorer with 5 goals and registered 1 assist… Finished second on the team in points… Scored 3 game-winning goals including the important second goal against Colby College… Scored the tying goal against Bowdoin College… A tenacious and dangerous center forward, he registered shots in all but 4 matches in which he played…
2015: Featured in all 16 games for the Ephs... Finished the season 2nd in total points with 16... Team's leading goal scorer with 8 goals... Scored 4 game-winning goals including the only goal in a thrilling double overtime victory at Wesleyan... Scored several important goals including the first goal of the season for the Ephs against Oneonta State... Led the team in shots on goal... Participated in Ephs' Emerging Leaders Program...
2014: Appeared in 14 games, with lone start vs Endicott College; Scored both goals of his season vs Westfield State
High School/Club: A starter for Don Bosco Prep his junior and senior seasons, Mark lead the league in scoring with 16 goals and was named a Big North-United Division 1st Team his senior season; Played his club soccer for TSF Academy (U15,16,18) and World Class FC as a U17, leading all these teams in goals scored; Was a 2012 Super Y League National Championship Finalist with TSF Academy
Personal: Son of Mark Sisco and Therese Tolomeo; Brother, Teddy, plays NCAA Division 1 Lacrosse at Hobart (NY) College