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Nick Aponte
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Nick  Aponte

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
West Islip, N.Y.

High School:
West Islip

Weight:
175

Position:
M

Birthdate:
06/20/1995


02/27/2015

Nittany Lions Host No. 16/11 Penn Saturday

Penn State's first collegiate game in program history was against Penn in 1913

02/21/2015

Men's Lacrosse Falls to Villanova, 11-7

Nick Aponte's first career multi-goal game featured four tallies

02/20/2015

No. 17/18 Penn State Visits In-State Rivals Saturday

Penn State leads the head-to-head with Villanova, 16-4

02/14/2015

Late Rally Not Enough for Men's Lacrosse

The Nittany Lions had six different scorers on the day

02/13/2015

Nittany Lions Travel to Loyola Saturday

The meeting between the Greyhounds and Nittany Lions will be the 52nd.

2014
Played in 11 games, scoring two goals and recording five assists ... Took 23 shots ... Picked up eight ground balls ... Caused two turnovers ... Collected one assist in three consecutive games against Denver (3/10), Dartmouth (3/18) and Albany (3/22) ... Had a season-best six shots against Hofstra (4/26).

BEFORE PENN STATE
Named Under Armour All-American as a senior, scoring 24 goals, 25 assists and picking up 81 ground balls while serving as team captain ... Ranked 22nd by Inside Lacrosse junior year and 29th entering freshman year of college ... Earned three All-County and All-League honors ... Led team to state title junior year, while earning most valuable player championship game honor as West Islip recorded a 22-1 record, earning a No. 3 national ranking ... Lettered three times in lacrosse and twice in football ... Named All-County twice in football, leading West Islip to league title senior year.

PERSONAL
Nicholas Wayne Aponte was born June 20, 1995 in Manhasset, N.Y. ... Parents are Mary and Armando Aponte ... Has an older sister, Lindsay, who competes for Sacred Heart University's track & field team as a thrower ... Aunt, Diana Cimino, is a 1983 graduate of Penn State ... Anticipates majoring in business.

QUOTING APONTE ON PENN STATE
"The reason I chose Penn State was because of the coaching staff, the campus and the chance to win a national championship."

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