8 Ory Tasman
8 - Ory Tasman
Height: 5-11
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
High School: Winter Park
Position: ATK
Major: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

2015: ACWPC All-America Honorable Mention ... CWPA All-Conference Second Team ... CWPA Division III All-Tournament Team ... CWPA Northern Division Offensive Player of the Week (9/7, 11/2) ... CWPA Northern Division Offensive Player of the Week Honor Roll (10/1, 10/30, 11/12) ... finished his collegiate water polo career as the all-time leader in career goal (317) and goals in a season (105) as well as second in career steals (137) ... led the team in goals (80), assists (27), field blocks (23) and steals (54) ... in an 18-16 OT win over Iona (9/27), he scored a season-high seven goals that went along with two assists, two field blocks, four steals and three ejections drawn ... scored multiple goals in 22 of 29 games played this season ... helped MIT to second place at the CWPA Division III Championship, fourth at both the CWPA Northern Division Championship and the Gary Troyer Tournament and a seventh place finish at the CWPA Championship ... also aided MIT in its first ever victory over the U.S. Naval Academy and its first win in 22 years over St. Francis College (N.Y.).

2014: CWPA Second Team All-Conference ... CWPA Division III Tournament First Team ... CWPA Northern Division Player of the Week (Oct. 17, Oct. 24) ... led the team with 105 goals on 127 attempts ... recorded two assists ... appeared in 33 games ... scored a team-high six goals in 14-13 win against Diablo Valley College (9/7) ... netted four goals against Iona College (9/7) ... recorded a hat trick against Cal Baptist (9/12) ... recorded a hat trick against Princeton (9/13) ... notched a hat trick against Santa Clara (9/14) ... notched a hat trick against Brown (9/14) ... notched a hat trick against Fordham (9/27) ... recorded team-high four goals Iona (9/28) and added four goals later that day against Brown (9/28) ... registered four goals against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (10/4) in final game of Gary Troyer Tournament ... notched four goals against Brown (10/11) ... netted a hat trick in 17-3 win against Monmouth (10/18) and Washington & Jefferson (10/18) ... recorded two goals against Harvard (10/25) ... scored six goals against Connecticut College (10/25) ... recorded four goals against Fordham (11/1) ... scored a season-high seven goals against St. Francis (11/1) ... recorded a hat trick against Harvard (11/8) in the CWPA Northern Division Championship ... netted five goals against Johns Hopkins (11/21) during preliminary round of CWPA Championship ... scored a hat trick against Iona (11/22) during consolation round of CWPA Championship ... recorded a hat trick and one assist against Fordham (11/23) during ninth-place game of CWPA Championship.

2013: Scored a team-leading 68 goals and added 55 steals, 15 assists, 11 ejections drawn, five blocks and eight rebounds throughout his sophomore season … third on the team in steals and fifth in assists … CWPA Northern Division Player of the Week (11/4) … CWPA Division III All-Tournament Second Team … CWPA Second Team All-Conference … tied for third in the MIT record book for most goals in a game (6 vs. Connecticut College, 9/28 and vs. Washington & Jefferson, 10/19) … tied for third in the record book for steals in a season with 55.

2012: Recorded 64 goals, 27 steals, 24 assists and 24 ejections drawn as a freshman … second on the team in goals, first in steals and third in ejections drawn … recorded a season-high seven goals in wins against Harvard (9/01), Connecticut (10/27) and Iona (11/04).

Out of the Pool at MIT: Majoring in electrical engineering with a concentration in economics … also part of the MIT men’s swim team … interned at Advanced Micro Devices.

High School: A 2012 graduate of Winter Park High School … member of junior national training team … All-Metro team … Orange County Player of the Year … Central Florida Player of the Year … Team Rookie of the Year … Team MVP … two-time water polo and three-time swimming All-American … three state tournament records … water polo state championship runner-up … two-time swimming state champion … 432 goals in four years … four-year varsity letterwinner in water polo and swimming … water polo captain … National Honor Society … Science Honor Society … President of Math Honor Society … AP Scholar with Distinction … Academic All-America.