Colonials wrap stellar season in title game
Colonials to play for first-ever conference tournament title on Sunday
Colonials dominate Mercyhurst to open championship play
The Colonials finished conference play with an 8-2 mark
The Colonials will travel to Johns Hopkins on Friday and Navy on Saturday
CWPA All-South First Team ... Team MVP ... Led GW with 67 goals, 30 assists, 97 points and 55 ejections drawn ... Also ranked fourth on the team with 33 steals and added three field blocks ... Took a team-high 180 shots on the year and posted a .372 shot percentage ... Scored four goals and added a pair of steals the next day against No. 11 Brown (Sept. 6) ... Matched his career high with five goals and added three assists for a career-best eight points against Washington & Jefferson at the Bison Invite (Sept. 12) ... Also tallied two steals and four ejections drawn against the Presidents ... Followed with five points on three goals and two assists against Mercyhurst ... Registered six points on three goals and three assists plus a steal and three ejections drawn the next day against Fordham (Sept. 13) ... Recorded five points (3g, 2a), four steals and two ejections drawn against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (Sept. 25) ... Had two goals, two assists, two steals and three ejections drawn against No. 14 Bucknell (Sept. 26) ... Posted another hat trick and added two assists and two ejections drawn against No. 11 Princeton (Sept. 27) ... Scored four goals at Redlands (Oct. 1) ... Recorded two goals, two assists and two ejections drawn against Pomona-Pitzer at the Gary Troyer Memorial Tournament (Oct. 3) ... Had a career-high six steals against Navy (Oct. 7) ... Matched his career bests with five goals and six ejections drawn and also dished out an assist at No. 13 Bucknell (Oct. 10) ... Scored four goals at Navy (Oct. 18) ... Tallied two assists and four ejections drawn at Fordham, then followed with four goals against Iona (Oct. 24) ... Again equaled his career high with five goals and added four steals and five ejections drawn in the season finale against Fordham at the CWPA Championship (Nov. 22) ... An Emerging Leader in GW's Leadership Academy.
Appeared in 27 games during a standout rookie campaign ... Ranked fourth on the team with 48 goals and 61 points ... Led the Colonials with 65 ejections drawn, the fifth-highest single-season total in program history ... Added 22 steals, 13 assists and nine field blocks ... Posted eight hat tricks on the season ... Tallied three points (1g, 2a) in his collegiate debut against MIT at the Princeton Invitational (Sept. 6) ... Notched his first career hat trick against Salem International at the Bison Invitational (Sept. 13) ... Followed with five goals on six shots against Penn State Behrend the next day (Sept. 14) ... Named Southern Division Rookie of the Week for his performance at the Bison Invite ... Recorded five ejections drawn against No. 16 Whittier at the Gary Troyer Tournament (Oct. 3) ... Named Southern Division Rookie of the Week for the second time after posting a hat trick and adding two steals and three ejections drawn against Johns Hopkins (Oct. 11) ... Recorded a season-high six ejections drawn against Washington & Jefferson in the Southern Division Championship fifth-place game ... Matched his season high with five goals against No. 11 Brown at the CWPA Championship.
A 2013 All-American and All-Southern California selection ... A two-time All-CIF Division 3 first team honoree ... Also earned Pasadena Star News first team accolades as a senior ... Led the Tigers to a second-place finish in the Rio Hondo League and to the quarterfinals of the CIF-SS Division 3 playoffs in 2013 as team captain ... Recorded 89 goals and 49 steals as a junior en route to All-Rio Hondo, All-CIF and All-Area first team honors ... MVP of the 2012 US Club Championships ... A 2012 Junior Olympics All-Tournament selection.
Pierce Edmund Maurice Deamer ... Born July 12, 1996, in South Pasadena, California ... Son of Risee and David Deamer ... Has two older brothers, Miles and Christian ... Miles played water polo at USC and was a member of the Trojans' 2009 NCAA championship team ... Intends to major in international affairs.
|Goals||5||5x, Last vs. Fordham (11/22/15)|
|Assists||3||2x, Last vs. Fordham (9/13/15)|
|Points||8||vs. Washington & Jefferson (9/12/15)|
|Shots||10||2x, Last at #13 Bucknell (10/10/15)|
|Steals||6||vs. Navy (10/7/15)|
|Blocks||3||vs. Bucknell (9/20/14)|
|Ejections Drawn||6||3x, Last at #13 Bucknell (10/10/15)|
|Ejection Goals||3||4x, Last vs. Fordham (11/22/15)|
|Penalties Drawn||1||4x, Last vs. Washington & Jefferson (9/12/15)|
|Penalty Goals||1||5x, Last vs. Iona (10/24/15)|
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