Sander Profaci
Sander  Profaci


Greenwich, CT

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185




Six From Men’s Water Polo Earn Academic Accolades

Colonials honored by Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches


#17 GW Men’s Water Polo Holds off Johns Hopkins, 12-11

Colonials improve to 6-1 in league play in Senior Night


No. 16 GW Men’s Water Polo Splits with No. 13 Princeton, La Salle

Colonials fall to 13th-ranked Princeton before bouncing back with win over La Salle


Five GW Men's Water Polo Players Earn Academic Accolades

Colonials Honored by ACWPC, CWPA


GW Men's Water Polo Splits With Fordham, Iona

Colonials Tally Season-High 17 Goals Against Gaels


MWP vs. Bucknell

GW vs. Bucknell 9/20/14


MWP vs Hopkins

George Washington v Johns Hopkins

Recorded 10 saves while allowing 14 goals for a .417 save percentage ... Added one assist on the year ... Made his season debut against No. 18 Johns Hopkins at the Bison Invite and registered a season-high eight saves and an assist in two quarters (Sept. 13) ... Recognized on the ACWPC All-Academic Team and the CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team with superior status ... Earned a spot on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List ... Served as treasurer of GW's Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) ... A Veteran Leader in GW's Leadership Academy.

Recorded 104 saves while allowing 101 goals in 42 quarters, posting a 9.62 goals-against average and a .488 save percentage ... Added eight assists and 16 steals on the season ... Opened the season with 10 saves against six goals allowed in two quarters against MIT at the Princeton Invitational (Sept. 6) ... Allowed just two goals while recording seven saves against Penn State Behrend in the Bison Invitational (Sept. 14) ... Recorded career highs of 12 saves and four steals at Bucknell (Sept. 27) ... Also had 12 saves with three steals at Cal Baptist (Oct. 2) ... Allowed just one goal and stopped 10 shots against Salem International at the Southern Division Championship (Nov. 7) ... Named to the ACWPC All-Academic Team and CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team with superior status ... Recognized on the GW Athletics Academic Dean's List ... Served as a Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) team representative.

Recorded 48 saves while allowing 55 goals in 24 quarters, posting a 9.17 goals-against average and a .466 save percentage in his rookie campaign ... Added two assists and nine steals on the season ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener against Salem International at the Navy Open and stopped three shots while allowing two goals in the second half ... Made his first career start and recorded a season-high 11 saves while allowing just six goals against Iona (10/26) ... Followed with eight saves in four quarters in a win over Fordham later that day ... Named to the CWPA Scholar-Athlete Team with superior status.

Recorded 550 saves and 144 steals in final three seasons at Brunswick High School in Greenwich, Conn. ... Posted career-high 194 saves, 67 steals and .602 save percentage as a senior ... Member of Brunswick's inaugural water polo team as a freshman ... Led the Bruins to a third-place finish in the New England League his senior year ... Three-time Academic All-American and coaches award recipient ... Two-time All-New England Team selection ... AP Scholar and high honor roll student.

Alexander Dana Profaci ... Born Dec. 26, 1994 in New York, N.Y. ... Son of Amy Dana and Joseph Profaci ... Has a younger sister, Serena ... Majoring in economics.

Quarters Played 4 9x, Last vs. Salem International (11/7/14)
Saves 12 2x, Last at Cal Baptist (10/2/14)
Assists 2 3x, Last vs. Salem International (11/7/14)
Steals 4 at Bucknell (9/27/14)

Year QP Blocks GA GAA Sv.% Assts. Steals PB
2013 24 48 55 9.17 .466 2 9 0
2014 42 104 101 9.62 .507 8 16 0
2015 3 10 14 18.67 .417 1 0 0
TOTALS 69 162 170 9.86 .488 11 25 0

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