Named a USILA Preseason All-American... Enters the season as a member of the Tewaarton Watch List. 2011: Earned America East Conference First Team honors... Started 14 of 15 games played ... Led the team with 31 goals... Added 13 assists for a team-best 44 total points... Returned to field after missing the final 11 games of 2010 due to a broken foot... Had successful surgery on March 19,2010... Scored at least one goal in all 15 games, including multiple goals in 11 contests...Scored a season-high three goals in five games... Netted three goals and added three assists for six total points against Bucknell(3/26)... Scored three goals and handed out one assist in a 12-10 win over Siena(4/26)... Recorded 105 shots, 70 of which were on goal for a .667 percentage...Led the team with five extra-man goals... Picked up 21 ground balls... took a season-high 10 shots twice.2010: Despite playing in just five games, he tied for first among the America East Conference leaders with six man-up goals ... totaled 13 goals and three assists with a .565 shooting percentage ... equaled a career-high with five points (3 goals, 2 assists) against Delaware ... scored three times vs. Massachusetts and Ohio State ... 2009: Voted first-team all-conference, the second UAlbany freshman to be honored ... member of America East All-Rookie Team ... ranked 12th among the NCAA leaders in goals (2.43 pg) ... scored 43 points (34 goals, 9 assists) ... averaged 3.07 points per game, the fourth-highest freshman scorer in Division I ... three-plus points vs. 10 opponents ... career-best five goals vs. No. 13 Massachusetts ... scored four times at eventual national champion Syracuse ... three ground balls four times ... preseason All-America East by Inside Lacrosse/Face-Off Yearbook ... High School: Chosen to the U.S. Lacrosse High School All-America squad for the second consecutive year ... played in Under Armour All-Star Game, as one of the nation's top 46 scholastic players, and the U.S. Lacrosse National Senior Showcase ... invited to tryouts for United States team that competed in 2008 International Lacrosse Federation Under-19 World Championships ... established New York's Section VI record with 98 goals in leading his team to the 2008 Class A state championship final and a 21-3 record ... totaled 164 points and 66 assists as a senior ... All-Western New York first team (2006-08) ... second in state history with 318 goals and fourth in points (463) ... 2007 Western New York Attack of the Year ... 2007 Class B championship MVP ... All-Erie County Interscholastic Conference (ECIC) in all four seasons ... team captain twice ... played on two sectional championship squads ... Personal: Major is journalism with a minor in history ... born 8-22-89 ... parents are Frank and Donna Resetarits ... has one sister, Maggie ... his brother, Frank, earned USILA first-team All-America honors at UAlbany in 2007 and has played professionally in the National Lacrosse League (indoor) and Major League Lacrosse (outdoor).