2008: Played in all 31 games and set new offensive career-highs with 21 goals, 17 assists and 38 points ... 11 games with two-or-more points, highlighted by four points on two goals and two assists against Penn State-Behrend (11/8) at CWPA Southern Division Championship ... First career hat trick with three goals against Mercyhurst (9/7) ... Totaled seven points (3g/4a) in five games to help GW to fifth-place finish at Southern Championship.
2007: Totaled 21 points on 12 goals and nine assists in all 30 games played ... Scored career-high three goals and added assist for four points in 16-6 win over Fresno Pacific (10/6)... equaled career-best three assists in 17-7 victory over Penn State Behrend (9/1) ... Also had multi-point games against Harvard in ECAC Championship (9/30), No. 15 Pacific at UOP Invitational (10/6) and Harvard (10/19).
2006: One of two freshmen to play in all 26 games (John-Claude Wright) ... Finished second among rookies and sixth on team with 25 points on 17 goals and eight assists ... Tied career-high two goals versus Penn State-Behrend at Southern Championships ... Also posted two-goal efforts at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, Bucknell and versus Fordham at Princeton Invitational ... Handed out career-high three assists at Johns Hopkins.
Prior to GW: Helped La Jolla High School to back-to-back California Interscholastic Federation semi-final appearances in 2004 and 2005 ... Recipient of team's most improved player award as a junior and coach's award as a senior ... Member of San Diego Shores and Wind and Sea Water Polo clubs.
Personal: Nicholas Peter Archambault ... Born February 15, 1988 in La Jolla, CA ... Son of David and Diane Archambault ... One brother, Alex ... Majoring in international affairs.
ARCHAMBAULT'S CAREER STATS Year GP Goals Assists Points Steals ED 2006 26 17 8 25 4 2 2007 30 12 9 21 11 5 2008 31 21 17 38 8 14 2009 31 29 29 58 13 13 Totals 118 79 63 142 36 34
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