TULSA – A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . a three-time all-WAC first team selection . . . has started 52 of 53 games played . . . ranks ninth on TU’s career assists list with 18.
SENIOR (1999) – Was forced to miss the entire 1999 season due to a leg injury.
SUMMER OF 1999 – Was selected to represent the Canadian Men’s National Team at the 1999 Pan American games.
JUNIOR (1998) – Was a first-team all-WAC selection and was named to the all-Midwest first team . . . was the MVP of the 1998 WAC Tournament . . . scored five goals and collected six assists for 16 points, which was second on the team . . . tied his own school record of three straight games with an assist . . . started 20 of 21 games.
SOPHOMORE (1997) – Started in 13 games despite missing part of the season with injuries . . . scored one goal and recorded two assists . . . was named the MVP of the Panther Invitational.
SUMMER OF 1997 – Was chosen to represent the Canadian Men’s National Team in a World Cup exhibition game against Iran in Toronto, Canada.
FRESHMAN (1996) – Was second on the team in scoring with 24 points on seven goals and 10 assists . . . led the team in assists . . . finished the season tied for sixth place in scoring and first in assists in the WAC . . . started all 19 games . . . was the second-leading freshman scorer in the Midwest Region . . . recorded three assists against San Diego State (11/8) . . . scored two goals against Miami (Ohio) (9/27) . . . was named the WAC Freshman of the Year and earned All-WAC first team accolades.
PRIOR TO TULSA – Was a member of the Canadian U-20 National Team.
PERSONAL – Majoring in exercise sciences . . . son of Conrad Aristodemo and Laurie Rybal . . . born May 20, 1977.
Aristodemo’s Career Totals Year G-GS Shots Goals Ast Pts 1996 19-19 46 7 10 24 1997 13-13 8 1 2 4 1998 21-20 39 5 6 16 1999 Redshirted Totals 53-52 93 13 18 44
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