2009: Started all 11 games at running back ... first team All-Big South ... preseason All-Big South ... team captain ... finished his career with 31 starts at running back ... second on the team and third in the Big South in rushing ... totaled 800 yards and four scores on the ground ... Stony Brook's career leading rusher with 3,607 yards ... first Stony Brook back over 3,000 career yards ... 39th in the nation in yards per game (72.73) ... matched his career best with 11 receptions for 131 yards and a score ... led Stony Brook with 944 all-purpose yards ... one 100-yard game ... finished with 19 rushing TDs, sixth all-time at Stony Brook ... three receptions for 31 yards in the season opener at Hofstra (9/5) ... 71 yards in the win over Brown (9/19) ... 62 yards and first TD of the season vs. Presbyterian (10/3) ... 73 yards on 15 carries at North Dakota (10/10) ... 85 yards at VMI (10/17) ... scored the game-winning TD on a 13-yard run with 52 seconds left against the Keydets ... 96 yards in the win over Coastal Carolina (10/24) along with a 28-yard TD reception ... averaged over 100 yards over the last five games of the season ... career-long 40-yard reception to go along with 73 yards in the win at Gardner-Webb (10/31) ... season-high 163 yards and a score at Charleston Southern (11/14) ... it was the 13th 100-yard game of his career ... ran for 89 yards and a score in the upset over Liberty (11/21) ... matched his season and career best with three receptions vs. Flames.
2008: Started all 11 games at running back as a junior ... broke the 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career with 1,195 yards ... second on the team in rushing ... broke the school career rushing mark in the final game of the season ... second team All-Big South ... preseason All-Big South selection ... fourth in the Big South in rushing ... career-high six 100-yard games, including the last five of the season ... 21st in the nation with his average of 108.6 yards on the ground ... fourth in all-purpose yards and ninth in the Big South in total offense ... tied for fourth on the team with a career best 11 receptions ... went over the 100-yard mark in the first game of the season with 104 vs. Colgate (8/30) ... named the Big South Offensive Player of the Week for his effort against the Raiders ... team's primary kick returner for a four-game mid-season stretch, returning 12 kicks for an average of 16.5 yards ... season-long return of 27 vs. Hofstra (9/26) ... averaged over 165 yards over the last five games of the season ... saw his yardage increase in each of those games ... 107 yards vs. Charleston Southern (10/18) ... also had a pair of receptions for a season-high 23 yards ... 136 yards and a score at Coastal Carolina (10/25) ... 145 yards and two touchdowns vs. Gardner-Webb ... reached the 200-yard mark for the second time in his career with 205 and three scores at Iona (11/8) ... combined with Ed Gowins to set an NCAA FCS record for combined rushing yards in a game with 483 ... the duo did it again with 483 yards in the final game of the season against VMI (11/15), with Cuttino accounting for a career-high 233 yards ... named a College Sporting News National All-Star for his performance against the Keydets.
2007: Led Stony Brook for a second straight season in rushing with 940 yards ... started all 10 games he played in ... missed the final game of the season with an injury ... four-100 yard games ... 41st in the nation with his average of 94.0 yards on the ground ... 139 yards the first game of the season vs. Georgetown (9/1) ... first TD of the season at Bucknell (9/8) ... career-highs of 204 yards (third-highest all-time at SBU) on 34 carries at Albany (10/6) ... third SBU back to go over the 200-yard mark in a game ... yardage was the third-highest in a game in school history while the carries were the second-highest ever ... also broke off a season best 63 yarder against the Great Danes ... 76 yards at Richmond (10/13) and a season-high three receptions ... 171 yards and three scores vs. Maine (10/20) ... 126 yards vs. Bryant (10/27) ... started the season running back kickoffs as well ... took one 95 yards for a score at Bucknell.
2006: Played in all 11 games with two starts as a true freshman ... led the team in rushing with 672 yards ... first freshman to lead SBU in rushing since Oliver Bridges in 1989 ... went over the 100-yard mark for the first time in his career at Monmouth (9/30) ... also set his season-high run with a 52-yard effort ... scored his first TD against the Hawks ... named NEC Football "Rookie of the week" for the week of 9/25 for his efforts vs. Monmouth ... 88 yards vs. Albany (10/7) ... ran for 129 yards and a score vs. Sacred Heart (10/21) ... gained 92 yards in the final game of the season at Central Connecticut State (11/11) ... second on the team in kick returns ... averaged 18.7 yards per return ... long return of 27 yards came at Massachusetts (9/23) ... had a season-high of 72 return yards in that contest.
High School: A 2006 graduate of Uniondale High School ... three-time letterwinner in football for the Knights ... ran for 1,482 yards and nine scores as a senior ... team MVP in 2005 ... two-time all-county pick ... also lettered in track ... two-time all-county selection in that sport as well.
Personal: Born Conte D. Cuttino on February 7, 1988 in Uniondale, New York ... son of Conte and Sonya Cuttino ... two sisters ... majoring in business management.