Mazzone Registers Career-High Four Points In Setback
Notes: Serving as a tri-captain for the 2013 season.
2012: Moved from midfield to attack as a junior and it resulted in his most productive offensive season to date ... started 13 of 15 games and finished the year with 13 goals and two assists ... recorded the top shooting percentage of anyone on the team, converging 43.3 percent of his shots into goals ... netted two goals in each of the first two games of the season as Army opened the year at home against Massachusetts (Feb. 10) and Wagner (Feb. 15) ... exploded for a his first career hat trick on a career-high four goals in a tough 15-13 loss to nationally ranked Colgate (Mar. 31) at Michie Stadium ... four goals against the Raiders paced the Black Knights' roster ... netted single goals against VMI (Feb. 18), Air Force (Mar. 10), Lafayette (Mar. 24), Navy (Apr. 14) and Holy Cross (Apr. 21) ... Academic All-Patriot League Team for the second year in a row.
2011: Emerged into a major contributor to Army's midfield in his second season with the Black Knights ... appeared in all 15 games and made two starts late in the season ... scored eight goals throughout the season, including career-high two tallies in Army's Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal match-up against Colgate (Apr. 29) ... two goals led the team in that contest ... netted first collegiate goal in a 12-6 victory at VMI (Feb. 19) ... went on to score single goals against then-No. 6 Cornell (Mar. 5), Rutgers (Mar. 19), Lehigh (Mar. 22), Colgate (Apr. 2) and then-No. 3 Johns Hopkins (May 6) in the season finale ... scored eight goals on 13 shots for a 61.5 percent accuracy ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member and one of three Army players placed on the Academic All-Patriot League Team.
2010: Appeared in one game during his freshman campaign ... played in Army's match at Hofstra (Mar. 30).
Prior to West Point: Two-time All-American attackman at Parkway West ... two-time team captain and four-year letterman for coaches Pete Stirling and Jason Sidel ... scored 83 points as a senior after tallying 80 as a junior ... also lettered in football and soccer, copping all-conference recognition on the pitch for 2008 District Champion squad.
Personal: Andrew Craig Boyd was born in St. Louis, Mo. ... birthdate is Oct. 12, 1990 ... parents are Craig and Louann Boyd ... has three older siblings - Jenny, Danny and Allison ... has a five-year-old nephew, Nick, and two-year-old niece, Lainey ... Danny served five years in the U.S. Marine Corps ... broken six bones in his body ... National Honor Society member ... accomplished violin and piano player ... was the FOX News Athlete of the Week in the Spring of 2008 ... lists skiing, fishing, swimming, roller hockey and playing video games as hobbies ... favorite musician is Tupac Shakur ... favorite bands are Third Eye Blind and Blink 182 ... one of six West Point cadets chosen to receive the Kimsey Scholarship this summer ... spent part of the summer working for Senator Claire McCaskill and meeting America's top leaders ... major is Systems Engineering.