2003: Played in 16 games on the season, earning 14 starts . . . led the team with 11 points, while ranking second with three assists and tied for second with four goals . . . netted a career-high three goals, including the game-winner, in final game of his career vs. Vermont (11/1) . . . contributed an assist in 3-1 loss to Philadelphia (9/30) . . . posted a career-high two assists vs. Rider (9/13) . . . scored the Seawolves' first goal of the season and the first of his career at Marist (9/6).
2002: Started four games as in an incoming Seawolf, recording eight shots on goal.
2000-01: Started all 40 games during his two seasons at the University of New Haven . . . named most improved player and earned the coaches award.
High School: Named all-conference and all-county as a junior and senior at Syosset High School . . . also received the Outstanding Senior Award . . . named Most Improved as a sophomore . . . also played basketball.
Personal: Chong H. Han . . . born Oct. 2, 1982, in Seoul, South Korea . . . son of Johanna and John Han . . . brother of Jay . . . business major.
Paw Prints: Most prized possession is his cleats . . . pregame ritual is to pray or meditate . . . favorite vacation spot is Florida . . . biggest inspiration are his parents . . . one word that best describes him is smooth.