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Bruno Rasich
Bruno Rasich

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lincolnwood, Ill.

High School:
Niles West

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 156

Position:
Forward


2001: One of four Flames to start in all 18 games?finished third on the team in scoring with 14 points, notching three goals and a team-high eight assists?earned All-Horizon League First Team recognition?assisted on a pair of goals in UIC?s 4-0 shutout of Memphis on Sept. 9?tallied a goal and an assist, for three points, on three separate occasions ? at Wisconsin (10/3), versus Butler (10/17) and at UW-Milwaukee (11/3)?was 2-for-2 on the year on penalty kicks?was fourth on the team in shots with 26.

2000: As a sophomore, he played in 22 games while earning the starting nod in 13 outings?offensively, he tallied two goals and three assists for seven points?earned MCC All-Tournament honors after netting one goal and a pair of assists during the post-season action?had his first goal of the year and UIC?s third of the game in the Flames? 4-3 win at Loyola?second score of the year came against UW-Green Bay in the championship game of the MCC Tournament.

1999: Finished the season as UIC?s highest scoring rookie with two goals and three assists for seven points?played in all 21 games while starting against Cal Poly, Fresno State, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan?earned a spot on the MCC All-Newcomer Team?added goals in back-to-back wins over Michigan State and Valparaiso?had two assists in UIC?s MCC Tournament quarterfinal win over Cleveland State.

Prep/Personal: As a senior, he led the Indians with 19 goals and seven assists for a team-high 45 points?also topped the squad with seven game-winning goals while he had four games with two goals and a pair of games with three goals and two assists?in his junior season, he again led the team in goals (17), assists (8) and points (42)?turned in a pair of hat tricks during the year and had one game in which he buried four goals?he earned Central Suburban South All-Conference recognition, all-sectional and team MVP accolades as both a junior and senior?registered six goals and 16 assists for 28 points as a sophomore and as a three-year starter on the varsity squad he tallied 115 career points?was a member of the honor roll for seven semesters and a scholar athlete as a senior?a member of the Chicago Magic Sockers State Cup Championship team in 1996, 1997 and 1998?born August 16, 1981?son of Milan and Miriana Rasich?majoring in biology.

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