2013: After being acquired through a trade with the Outlaws in September of 2012, the defensive midfielde played in 11 regular-season games for the Hounds, tallying a goal, two assists and 14 groundballs. He was a key piece to the team’s improved transition game.
2012: Cittadino appeared in all 14 games for the Outlaws, scoring two goals and adding four assists for a total of six points. He also collected 12 ground balls and served eight-and-a-half penalty minutes, the most for the Outlaws franchise. In two postseason games, Cittadino scored one goal and scooped up three groundballs.
2011: Appearing in five games for the Outlaws, Cittadino collected two groundballs and served half a penalty minute.
2010: The midfielder played all 12 regular-season games, notching two goals and an assist along with six groundballs. Cittadino also recorded a groundball in the Outlaws’ one postseason game.
2009: Cittadino played eight regular-season games for the Outlaws, recording five groundballs and 3.5 penalty minutes. The midfielder added a goal and a groundball in one postseason game.
2008: In 11 games for the Outlaws, Cittadino registered an assist, 18 groundballs, and seven penalty minutes.
2007: The midfielder appeared in all 12 games for the Outlaws, tallying a goal, and assist and 11 groundballs. In addition, he served six penalty minutes.
2006: Cittadino was drafted by the Denver Outlaws in the second round (20th overall) of the 2006 MLL Collegiate Draft. He played 10 regular-season games that year, tallying an assist, 15 groundballs and 1.5 penalty minutes. In two postseason games, Cittadino contributed two goals and collected three groundballs.
Collegiate: In four years at Towson, Cittadino registered four goals, eight assists and 57 groundballs. In addition, the midfielder finished his career third all-time at the school in caused turnovers, with 65. Cittadino earned USILA All-American honors in 2005 and was a three-time All-CAA honoree, as well as CAA Tournament MVP in 2004.
Personal: Casey currently lives in Charlotte and is a Sales Manager for Custom Fit Meals, a company that makes it easy and convenient to eat clean. He also started Fierce Lacrosse for consulting, camps, clinics and private lessons to help young players develop their game. Outside of lacrosse, Casey has tied to expand his fitness to include CrossFit, swimming, yoga and biking along with traditional training. He also enjoys snowboarding, playing golf and cheering on the Giants and Yankees. Casey will represent Team Israel in the 2014 FIL World Championships.