2008: Appeared in 30-of-31 games, totaling career marks in assists (eight), points (15) and ejections drawn (28) ... Matched career-high three points with two goals and an assist in victory over MIT (9/7) ... Recorded four ejections drawn against Iona (9/14) at Princeton Invitational and three steals and two field blocks versus No. 19 Princeton (9/28).
2007: Played in 26 games, scoring 14 points on 10 goals and four assists ... Had two goals and an assist in victory over Washington & Jefferson (11/3) ... Also had two goals in victory against Queens (NY) (9/8).
2006: Scored 10 goals and handed out two assists in 23 games played ... Tallied career-high two goals versus Mercyhurst at Southern Championships and Chapman ... Had goal and assist in season-opening victory versus Gannon at Navy Open.
Prior to GW: Fourth-team All-America selection by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association ... Inter-Academic League Tournament most valuable player ... Named team's most valuable player.
Personal: Marshall Edgar Freedman ... Born June 7, 1988 ... Son of Jay and Sue Freedman ... One brother, Howard ... Enrolled in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
FREEDMAN'S CAREER STATS Year GP Goals Assists Points Steals ED 2006 23 10 2 12 3 1 2007 26 10 4 14 15 14 2008 30 7 8 15 11 28 2009 31 15 10 25 21 32 Totals 110 42 24 66 50 75
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