|Hometown:||Grand Island, N.Y.|
|High School:||Grand Island|
As a Junior (2013)
Finished third on the team and 246th overall with a time of 36:22.3 at the Northeast Regionals ... finished with the best time on the team and 89th overall, coming in at 26:10.3 at the Atlantic 10 Championships ... led the Bonnies at the Little Three Invitational finishing ninth with a time of 16:35.1 … was the second St. Bonaventure runner at the Seton Hill Griffin Classic in fifth place with a time of 29:45.7, helping the Bonnies win their first invitational in over 10 years.
As a Sophomore (2012)
Started off well by pacing the Bonnies at the Little Three Invitational and finishing fifth overall with a time of 16:33 … also led the team at National Catholic Championships with a 26:53 finish, his fastest 8k time of the season … dropped out of the Mason Invitational with leg injury … Participated in the Gettysburg Invitational and completed the 8k race in 27:13, which placed him third on the Bonnies … was hampered by injury again at Atlantic 10 Championships and dropped out of the race … held out of Northeast Regional because of the injury.
As a Freshman (2011)
Finished first for the Bonnies in every meet … posted the team’s fastest 5k of the season at the Mount St. Mary’s 5k Duals with a time of 16:18.31, finishing 42nd overall … posted the team’s fastest 8k of the season with a time of 26:46 at the UB Stampede… at the Little Three Invitational, he had the team’s highest finish all season, coming in 13th place with a time of 28:14 … also paced the Bonnies at the Paul Short Invitational in Bethlehem, Pa. with a time of 27:58, finishing 204th … led the men’s team to their only non-last place finish of the season with a time of 27:35 in the 8k as the Bonnies finished 20th in a field of 21 at the Albany Invitational … in the Atlantic 10 Championships, was the only runner on the men’s team in the top 100 as he finished 94th with a time of 27:10 … finished up the season by running a 35:37 10k at Northeast Regionals, finishing in 186th place.
Named to the Niagara Frontier League First Team and was a Section 6 Honorable Mention as his team recorded a second consecutive undefeated season and won a second straight NFL Championship along with a Sectional Championship … received NFL First Team, Section 6 First Team and State Honors as his went undefeated with a 14-0 record and won the NFL Championship… earned NFL First Team and Section 6 Honorable Mention honors as his team posted a 12-2 and a second place finish in the NFL in his sophomore season … also lettered in track.
Son of Jim and Annalea Masiello ... his father played football at Notre Dame ... has two siblings, Andrew and Kris ... majoring in sociology.