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    7  Nate Day
    Nate Day

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Elgin, Ill.

    High School:
    St. Charles

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 154

    Position:
    Forward


    2003: Played in 19 contests, starting all but three?scored a career-high three goals during the season while posting career-bests in points (9) and assists (3)?took eight shots-on-goal?scored his first goal of the campaign during a four-goal Flames rally against Gonzaga on Sept. 14th?scored the game?s first goal in the second minute against Butler on Oct. 10th?notched a goal and an assist in a three-point outing versus Northern Illinois on Oct. 8th.

    2002: Appeared in all 20 games, starting in five contests...did not record a point during the season...took six shots with one on goal.

    2001: In his sophomore campaign, played in 15 games while starting in two contests?missed the last three games of the season due to injury?netted his first goal of the year in the Flames? 6-2 win over Loyola on Sept. 19?scored, again, at home versus Northern Illinois on Oct. 11?tallied assists versus Eastern Illinois on Sept. 30 and at Cleveland State on Oct. 14?took 10 shots during the year.

    2000: As a rookie he played in 13 outings?had one goal during the year for two points?scored his first collegiate goal in the Flames? 3-0 win over Sacramento State at the Oregon State/Diadora Classic.

    Prep/Personal: Enjoyed a terrific career at St. Charles High School and lettered three years as a forward?as a senior, tallied 16 goals and 13 assists, both second-most on the squad, for 45 points?helped the Fighting Saints to a 17-3-5 overall record and second place in the Upstate Eight Conference?following the year, he collected all-conference and all-sectional accolades as well as Chicago Tribune and Daily Herald All-Area honors?born January 14, 1981?son of Jeff and Linda Day?plans to major in Business Finance.