Catholic Modesto HS
2001: Vanderbilt's most dangerous scorer throughout
led the Commodores in goals (five) and assists
recorded at least one goal or assist in six of the
first seven games last season
tallied one goal and one assist
in the team's 2-2 tie against New Mexico
assisted on Jack
Hartley's game-winning goal against Bradley in the regular-season
scored the game-winning goal in Vanderbilt's 3-2
win over Wright State.
2000: Redshirt (sports hernia).
1999: Led Vanderbilt scorers with 14 points totaling
five goals (one game-winner) and four assists
played in 16 games including 14 starts
11th in the
MVC in goals (0.31) and 13th in scoring (0.81)
1998: Led all freshmen with four goals and 10 points
scored two goals including the overtime game-winner at SMS.
High School: Set school records for career goals and
led team to back-to-back league championships in
1996 and 1997
team advanced to section finals in 1997
league MVP in 1996 and 1997, and was an All-League selection
as a member of his club team, he was named
MVP of the Cal-North State Cup, which his team won in 1997
named to the Modesto Bee All-District team in 1996 and 1997
also lettered in football, track and baseball
all-district placekicker by the Modesto Bee in 1996 and 1997.
Personal: Born Nikolaus DeMello September 10, 1982
in Modesto, Calif.
son of John and Niki DeMello
Mason is a freshman for the Commodores
major is Philosophy.
DeMello's Career Statistics