3 Colin Chiapello
3 Colin Chiapello
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Danville, Calif.
High School: De La Salle
Position: Utility

Career Highs
Goals: 3, 4x - last vs. Fordham (11/2/14)
Assists: 3, 4x - vs. St. Francis (11/1/14)
Steals: 6 vs. St. Francis (11/1/14)

2014 (Freshman)
Named the CWPA Northern Rookie of the Year … Was named the CWPA Northern Rookie of the Week on five occasions (Sept. 9, Oct. 6, Oct. 27, Nov. 3, Nov. 24)  … Also selected as the team’s Newcomer of the Year … Finished his first season with 34 goals, 33 assists and 40 steals … Scored three goals and registered a steal in his collegiate debut, helping the Crimson defeat Diablo Valley College, 11-7 on Sept. 6 … Found the back of the net three times, tallied three assist and registered a career and team high six steals in a narrow loss to St. Francis on Nov. 11 … In the Crimson’s upset victory over 17 St. Francis in the CWPA Northern Championship semifinal on Nov. 8, he finished with one goal, two assists and three steals on Nov. 1 … Scored at least one and goal and registered at least one assist in all three matches the Crimson played At the CWPA Eastern Championship at Annapolis, Md., Nov 21-23.

Before Harvard
Played four years of water polo for De La Salle High School, captaining the team as a junior and senior … Also swam for three years … East Bay Athletic League Most Valuable Player … De La Salle High School Most Valuable Player … Two-time CA-HI High School All-American … Three-time East Bay Athletic League First Team … Two-time Contra Costa Times All-East Bay First Team … Two-time All-NCS First Team … Two-time USA Water Polo All-American … Two-time East Bay Athletic League Champions with De La Salle High School as a junior and senior … Four-time All-EBAL team, four-time All-NCS team … 16U California Cup State Champions, USCC Champions, JO Champions and undefeated season … 18U JO Champions … National Honor Society – four years … Seven-time NCS Scholar-Athlete … Three-time USA Water Polo Academic All-American … California Scholarship Federation Lifetime Member … Brian Ohleyer Olympic Club Scholar-Athlete Nominee … Habitat for Humanity volunteer … Youth Action Council … Water Polo and Swimming Junior Coach