2008: Second team All-America East for a third consecutive season ... third on the team in goals (28) ... fourth in points (38) ... among the top-10 in the America East in both categories ... at least a goal in every game but one ... eight multiple-goal games ... three goals, including the game-winner, vs. Siena (3/8) ... game-winning goal vs. Lafayette (3/18) ... pair of goals in the upset win at Delaware (3/15) ... four goals and a groundball vs. Marist (3/25) ... set season highs in goals (5) and groundballs (3) at UMBC (3/29) ... notched the game-winner vs. Hartford (4/12) ... matched his career best in points with six (3g, 3a) against Hofstra (4/22) ... pair of goals at Albany (4/26) ... finished his career with 115 goals, second all-time at Stony Brook ... one of three SBU players to record 100 goals ... 151 career points places him fifth all-time at Stony Brook.
2007: Named second team All-America East for a second straight season ... led Stony Brook in scoring with 28 points (21g, 7a) ... 21 goals also led the squad ... 87 career goals are seventh all-time at SBU ... 10th all-time in scoring with 113 points ... led the Seawolves with five man-up goals and three game winning scores ... started every game ... has started every game in his career but one ... scored in every game but two ... five multi-goal games, including the first three of the season ... started the season with a three goal, one assist outing against defending national champion Virginia (2/24) ... followed up with a pair of scores in a victory over Harvard (3/3) ... season-high four goals, including the game-winner, at #18 Denver (3/10) ... goal against Marist (3/20) proved to be the game winner ... two more goals vs. Lehigh (3/24) ... scored a total of 12 goals over the first five games of the season ... matched his season best with four goals against Binghamton (4/21).
2006: An All-America East second team selection ... second on the team in scoring with 46 points (37g, 9a) ... ranked sixth in the country in goals per game (2.47) ... tallied six man-up goals and registered 67 shots ... had 10 multi-goal games, twice scoring five goals ... netted three game winning goals ... played in all 15 games, starting in 14 contests ... netted a pair of goals against Harvard (3/4) ... recorded a hat trick at Army (3/7) ... was unstoppable in the Seawolves first win of the season against Siena as he exploded for six points off five goals, including the game-winner, and an assist ... tallied a goal at Penn State (3/18) and Rutgers (3/28) ... rattled off a five-point outing against Vermont as he netted four goals and added an assist (4/1) ... recorded two goals and an assist in a win over Denver (4/3) ... had a three goal, one assist performance in a win over in-state rival Albany (4/8) ... registered two goals and added an assist at Lehigh (4/12) ... scored three goals in a home victory vs. Hartford (4/15) ... netted a hat trick, including the game-winner, in a 9-8 thriller over Binghamton (4/22) ... dished an assist vs. Hofstra (4/25) ... erupted for six points off five goals and an assist in the regular-season finale at UMBC (4/29) ... had a five-point performance in the America East Semifinal vs. Albany as he tallied three goals and two assists.
2005: First Stony Brook player to be voted America East Rookie of the Year ... led all America East freshman in goals scored and total points ... started all 16 games and turned in one of the most impressive freshman seasons in the program's history ... scored a team-best 29 goals and added 10 assists ... totaled eight multiple-goal games in first season, twice scoring five goals in a single contest ... registered at least one point in 15 of 16 games ... scored five game-winning and six man-up goals ... took 67 shots ... scored two goals in the America East Championship game vs Albany (5/7) ... tallied five points on five goals, his second five-goal game of the season, vs Binghamton (4/30) ... named America East Rookie of the Week for the fourth time (4/23) ... registered five points on three goals and two assists vs UMBC (4/23) ... tallied four points on two goals and two assists in the win over Hartford (4/9) ... had one goal and one assist vs Army (4/5) ... tallied six points in five goals and one assist in the win over Delaware (2/26) ... recorded two goals and one assist in victory over Wagner (3/5) ...recorded one goal and one assist in the win over Rutgers (3/22) ... tallied three points on three goals in the win over Quinnipiac (3/26).
High School: A 2004 graduate of Hauppauge High School ... lettered three times in lacrosse for the Eagles ... notched 62 goals as a junior to earn all-county and all-division recognition ... two-time all-division pick ... scored 44 goals as a sophomore ... also lettered in cross country.
Personal: Bon Bo Tripodi on October 16, 1986 ... son of Barbara and Guy Tripodi ... has one sister.