ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 
12 - Dean Gibbons
Dean Gibbons
Height: 6-0
Weight: 175
Year: Junior
Hometown: Garden City, N.Y.
High School: Garden City
Position: Attackman
House Affiliation: Adams

2010 (Junior):
Started all 12 games ... Earned USILA All-America honorable mention status ... Named to All-Ivy League and NEILA All-New England second team ... Tabbed to NEILA Preseason All-New England team ... Led Harvard with 41 points, 14 assists and six man-up goals ... Was second in the Ivy League in scoring ... Stood second on the Crimson and ranked fifth in the Ivy League with 27 goals ... Scored multiple goals in nine of 12 games ... Tied a career-high with five goals in win over Canisius (Feb. 27); honored as NEILA Player of the Week for effort ... Had a goal, two assists and collected a ground ball at Georgetown (March 3) ... Netted four goals, added an assist and snared two ground balls at Holy Cross (March 6) ... Tied a career-best with five points, coming on two goals and three assists, in win at Massachusetts (March 13) ... Scored a goal, handed out an assist and grabbed a ground ball agains Colgate (March 16) ... Had two points on a goal and an assist and snared two ground balls against Brown (March 20) ... Tied a career-best with five points on three goals and two assists in victory over Dartmouth (March 27) ... Scored twice, handing out an assist and collected a ground ball against No. 7 Duke (April 2) ... Netted two goals, assisted on two other tallies and picked up two ground balls at No. 10 Cornell (April 10) ... Tallied two goals, including one on a man-up opportunity, caused a turnover and grabbed a ground ball at Penn (April 17) ... Scored twice, dished out an assist and picked up a ground ball in victory over No. 6 Princeton (April 24) ... Netted two goals, collected a ground ball and caused a turnover at Yale (May 1).

2009 (Sophomore):
Tabbed to NEILA All-New England second team ... Named All-Ivy League honorable mention ... Played in 10 games, starting eight ... Ranked second on the Crimson with 21 goals and 27 points ... Stood second in the Ivy League with three game-winning goals and seventh with 2.10 points per game ... Had four goals, handed out an assist and collected two ground balls in season debut at Stony Brook (Feb. 28) ... Named NEILA Player of the Week and to Ivy League honor roll for effort (March 2) ... Tallied two goals against Massachusetts (March 7); selected to the Ivy League honor roll (March 9) ... Scored once and handed out two assists in 11-4 victory over Penn (March 21) ... Had two goals and an assist for three points and grabbed four ground balls at Georgetown (March 25) ... Scored five times and dished out an assist for career-high six points against Presbyterian (March 27); tabbed to Ivy League honor roll (March 30) ... Handed out an assist at Cornell (April 4) ... Netted a hat trick and collected a ground ball at Princeton (April 11); selected to Ivy honor roll for fourth time (April 13) ... Scored twice against Brown (April 15) ... Tallied two goals, including the game winner, at Dartmouth (May 2).

2008 (Freshman):
Played in all 14 games, starting 13 ... Finished second on the Crimson with 28 points and led the team with 14 assists ... Finished 10th in the Ivy League with 1.00 assists per game ... Was tied for second on the club with 14 goals ... Tallied four goals at Brown (April 16) ... Followed that performance with one goal and three assists in win at Holy Cross (April 19) ... Was selected Ivy League Rookie of the Week April 21 after finishing with five goals and three assists ... Scored four points (1-3-4) against Cornell (April 5) ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week April 7 for effort against Big Red ... Collected a career-best four assists and grabbed three ground balls at Denver (March 29) ... Tallied two goals against Fairfield (March 15) and vs. Dartmouth (May 3) ... Had three points (1-2-3) at Hartford (March 11) ... Scored first-career goal and collected assist in 9-6 victory over Stony Brook (March 1) ... Netted a goal in four straight games (March 1-March15) ... Tallied a goal and grabbed an assist in win at Yale (April 26) ... Had four ground balls and seven shots in opener at Siena (Feb. 23) ... Collected two ground ball vs. Princeton (April 12).

International:
Won the gold medal with Team USA at the 2008 Under-19 International Lacrosse Federation (ILF) World Championship ... Scored 14 goals and added six helpers for 20 points ... Had three hat tricks during the tournament, including one five-goal effort.

Before Harvard:
Lettered in lacrosse and football at Gardeny City High ... Named as a Top 15 Incoming Freshman by Inside Lacrosse Magazine ... Nassau County Player of the Year ... All-America selection in 2006, 2007 ...Tied current Harvard attackman Max Motschwiller for the Long Island scoring record with 236 career goals ... Set the Long Island scoring record for a season with 101 goals ... All-Nassau County quarterback in football.