|Hometown:||Briarcliff Manor, NY|
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After three seasons of action, he has appeared in 72 games, 32 in a starting capacity ... Holds down the No. 1 spot on the school's all-time list for three-point field goal percentage (.440), knocking down 133-of-302 opportunities ... Has scored in double figures on 24 occasions ... His 133 treys rank him 6th on the Eagles' career ladder ... Is tied for the second long streak in school history with three-point field goals in 35 straight contests (Jan. 13, 2010 through Feb. 19, 2011).
Breakout season that saw him emerge as one the UAA's premier long-range shooters ... Saw action in all 25 contests, 24 as a starter, and ranked fourth on the team and 11th among UAA players in scoring (11.8 ppg) ... Knocked down a team-high 71 three-point field goals, the third-highest mark in school annals, and his 2.8 treys per game average topped the UAA and ranked 38th nationally ... Was successful on 45.8 percent (71-of-155) of his opportunities from beyond the arc, good for third on the league ladder, 10th nationally and seventh on Emory's seasonal list ... Honorable-mention pick to the All-UAA Team ... Second-team selection to the Georgia Basketball Coaches Association All-State Team ... Scored in double figures on 14 occasions and produced four outings of 20 or more points ... 13 performances of three or more three-point field goals ... Led or shared for team scoring honors in three games ... Tallied a team-high 15 points, draining five-of-10 from distance, including nine unanswered points over a two-minute stretch in the second half in helping Emory rally from a 14-point deficit in a 69-68 victory at Washington University (Jan. 14) ... Sank at least one three-point field goal in the team's first 23 games of the year ... Totaled 16 points, 13 in the second half and overtime, and came up with a key steal and subsequent basket late in regulation against Oglethorpe in the season opener (Nov. 17) which helped force the extra session where Emory prevailed, 92-84 ... Scored a then career-best 23 points, 16 during the second half, and ended up shooting eight-of-12 from the field, seven-of-10 from three-point range that tied the school's second-highest individual mark, in a 75-57 triumph over Averett (Nov. 19) ... The following night, he established another career high when he blitzed Guilford College for 26 points (team high) and tied the school record with eight three-point field goals in a 69-61 win ... Racked up 20 points and hit on six-of-seven from three-point land, including a triple that capped an 8-0 run that gave Emory a 16-point lead with 7:30 left in the game in an 81-67 triumph vs. LaGrange (Nov. 27) ... Totaled 12 points and recorded a rare four-point play in the second, and grabbed a career-high six rebounds in an 87-78 verdict over NYU (Jan. 30) ...Drained seven-of-eight from the field, four-of-five from beyond the arc, and chalked up 20 points, second high on the club, in a 104-64 win vs. Piedmont (Jan. 3) ... Ended the season shooting 47.3 percent from the floor (98-of-207), good for 14th place among UAA cagers ... Capital One Academic All-District First Team.
Saw action as a reserve in all 25 games ... Averaged 12.5 minutes and 5.6 points per outing ... Continued his reputation as a dangerous long-range shooting threat with his UAA-leading 50.7 three-point percentage (36-of-71) the third-highest mark in school annals ... Second on the squad with 36 treys ... Held down the No. 2 spot on the UAA chart with a 50 percent (25-of-50) showing from beyond the arc in league outings ... Scored in double figures on five occasions ... Went 4-for-4 from the floor and drained both of his three-point attempts, including one with 18 seconds left that tied the game and forced overtime where emory prevailed in the season opener vs. Oglethorpe (Nov. 19) ... Led or tied for team scoring honors in three contests including a career-high 17-point evening vs. NYU (Jan. 22), where he sank six-of-10 from the field, including five-of-seven from distance, in a 69-57 victory ... Named Emory's Player of the Week (Jan. 18) after notching a team-high 15 points, convertng five-of-10 from the floor and four-of-seven from beyond the arc, in a 70-60 win at Piedmont (Jan. 13) ... Closed out the year with three-point field goals in his last 12 games ... Enjoyed a six-game stretch (Jan. 13 - Feb. 5) where he shot a torrid 69.2 percent (18-of-26) from three-point range ... Scored all of his team-high tying 13 points in the second half, sinking four-of-five from three-point range (one free throw) at Chicago (Feb. 5) ... Recorded 11 outings of two or more three pointers ... Drilled home a pair of treys in a 1:45 stretch that keyed a late-game 9-0 Emory run in an 82-73 win over Hanover (Dec. 19) ... Picked up nine of his 12 points in the opening half in helping the Eagles to a 42-34 halftime edge en route to a 77-71 win at Carnegie Mellon.
Played in 22 of the team's 25 games, eight as a starter ... Averaged 12.6 minutes and 4.7 points per contests ... Gave the squad a boost with his outside shooting and his 26 three-point field goals ranked second on the team ... Totaled five games of double-figure scoring ... Hit four-of-even from beyond the arc and paced the club with a season-best 15 points at Carnegie Mellon (Feb. 8) ... All of his starting nods came during the conference portion of the schedule ... Averaged 17.1 minutes and 6.1 points in league affairs ... First double-digit scoring performance came at LaGrange (Dec. 3) when he sank five-of-six from the floor including three-of-four from distance in registering all 14 of his points in the second half ... Played a season-long 34 minutes at NYU (Feb. 22) and rang up four treys en route to 12 points in helping the Eagles to an 80-79 double-overtime victory ... One of his three-pointers in that NYU contest came with 30 seconds left in the first overtime that tied the game and forced the second extra session ... Tied for 11th place among UAA cagers with an average of 1.6 three pointers per contest in league play.
Four-year member of the basketball program at Briarcliff High School ... Served as team captain his junior and senior seasons ... Averaged 17.0 points and connected on 59 three-point field goals in helping his club to a berth in the Class B section final ... Selected to the Court of Excellence Awards Team as picked by the Tri-County Coaches Association ... As a junior, he tossed in 12.2 points and dished out 6.0 assists per outing ... Captured league and conference honors his final two seasons ... Two-time Second Team All-State selection ... Named MVP after sparking his team to Section 1 Class B championship ... Won a sliver medal with his Empire State Games team in the summer of 2007 ... Played in Westchester's Senior All-Star Game in March of 2008.
Personal: Born March 1, 1990 ... Son of Stephen and Danielle Gulotta
|Points||26||at Guilford, Nov. 20, 2010|
|23||vs. Averett, Nov. 19, 2010|
|20||Piedmont College, Jan. 3, 2011|
|20||LaGrange College, Nov. 27, 2010|
|Rebounds||6||at NYU, Jan. 30, 2011|
|FGs||9||at Guilford, Nov. 20, 2010|
|8||vs. Averett, Nov. 19, 2010|
|7||Piedmont College, Jan. 3, 2011|
|FGAs||13||at Brandeis, Jan. 28, 2011|
|13||at Guilford, Nov. 20, 2010|
|3pt. FGs||8||at Guilford, Nov. 20, 2010|
|7||vs. Averett, Nov. 19, 2010|
|6||LaGrange College, Nov. 27, 2010|
|Steals||2||on five occasions|
|Assists||4||NYU, Feb. 6, 2011|
Quote: "I chose Emory because of its academic reputation. I was also aware that I would be able to play basketball and that I would be in a great city. I visited Emory twice and realized that it was the place for me."