Gabriele  Zaccagnini
6  Gabriele Zaccagnini

Olympia, WA

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 145





WWU ends season at Simon Fraser

Vikings have won seven of last nine following 2-5-1 start


WWU defeats Mary, 6-1, on Senior Night

Final home game for six Viking seniors


WWU plays host to South Dakota Mines and U-Mary

Final home stand for six Viking seniors


WWU on road to face MSUB and NNU

Vikings playing at highest level of season


WWU falls in overtime to No.4 Seattle Pacific, 2-1

Vikings' four-game winning streak ends despite holding lead in second half

COLLEGE: Finished career with three goals, all of them game winners, and eight assists ... Received Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star honorable mention as senior in 2014 ... Competed in all 18 games, making five starts ... Had two goals, both of them game winners against Mary ND on 10/9/14 and 11/1/14, and three assists for seven points ... Played in all 18 games, making 16 starts, as junior in 2013 ... Had four assists, two vs. Northwest Nazarene on 9/19/13 ... GNAC academic all-star as sophomore in 2012 ... Started all 18 games ... Had one goal vs. Mary on 10/13/12 and one assist vs. Saint Martin's on 10/28/12 ... Played in two games as redshirt freshman in 2011 ... Four letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable mention Class 3A all-State and first-team Daily Olympian all-Area and all-Western Cascade Conference choice as senior at Capital High School ... Scored team-high 15 goals, leading team to league title and Class 3A state semifinals ... Suffered ruptured Achilles' tendon in practice session during playoffs ... Did not play in high school as junior ... First-team all-state selection as sophomore at Capital High School ... Also first-team all-Area and all-league, helping Cougars to league championship and state quarterfinals ... Second-team all-league as freshman on squad that won league title ... Started and lettered three years ... Played two years on Crossfire club team and five for Washington Premier Academy.

PERSONAL: Major is engineering ... His brother, Daniele, played soccer at Pacific Lutheran University.