|Hometown:||Wesley Chapel, Fla.|
|High School:||Wesley Chapel HS|
AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Arakawa had another great year on the field appearing in all 14 games and making 11 starts…On the offensive side, the defender tallied the first points of his career, scoring three goals and adding one assist for four points…He registered the first goal of his career against Grand Canyon (03/05/09) and posted a two-point game (1g/1a) against Catawba (03/12/09)…He picked up the game-winning goal against Franklin Pierce en route to the 26-2 in region win and earned Face-Off Yearbook Preseason All-America honors…His efforts on the field earned him DSC All-Conference Honorable Mention.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008)
Arakawa continued to improve his sophomore season appearing in all 16 games and making 13 starts…the defender concluded the season fifth on the squad in groundballs with 37 and led the team with six caused turnovers…His efforts on the field earned his All Deep South Conference Honorable Mention…He was one of two Saint Leo student-athletes chosen to participate in the NCAA National Student-Athlete Development Conference…He was also one of 19 student-athletes named to the inaugural DII Athletic Directors Academic Achievement Award list.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007)
Arakawa played in 15 games for the Lions during his freshman campaign…The defender totaled one shot and was fifth on the team in ground balls with 31 and was fifth on the team in caused turnovers with one…He was a fall and spring president’s club honoree.
Member of the 2006 West Florida Lacrosse League… Defenseman of the year… First Team All-Conference for four years and First team All-League for three years… 2006 Wesley Chapel Team MVP….Has four goals and 12 assists in his career…2005 & 2006 Wesley Chapel Warriors team defensive player of the year
Arakawa was born December 25 in New York, NY…Accounting major… His hobbies are playing lacrosse video games…. He names Brett Favre as his favorite athlete and the New York Yankees as his favorite team… He chose Saint Leo because of the lacrosse team… Son of Meredith Hankerson… He has one sister, Sanya and one brother, Schuyle