2007-08: Played in 40 of 41 games • led Denver with a 25-14-1 record, 2.27 goals against average, .917 saves percentage and six shutouts • earned All-WCHA third-team honors and Lowes Senior CLASS Award first-team accolades • named to the WCHA Final Five and Wells Fargo Denver Cup all-tournament teams • set DU’s all-time shutout mark at 15 and also ranks second all-time in saves percentage (.917), and third in wins (63) and goals against average (2.35) • finished season tied for first nationally in shutouts, sixth in minutes (2,301:49), ninth in winning percentage (.638), 20th in goals against average and 24th in saves percentage • ranked second in the WCHA in minutes, third in winning percentage, and seventh in goals against average and saves percentage • four-time Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 16, Nov. 6, Nov. 20, Feb. 12) honoree • tied Stephen Wagner for first place on DU’s single-season games played list with 40 and ranks third in single-season shutouts, fourth in saves percentage, tied for fourth in goals against average and tied for seventh in wins • allowed two goals or less in 22 of DU’s 26 wins this season • stopped season-high 36 shots in 5-1 win at Minnesota (11/2) • made 20 or more saves in 31 of 40 games • three of six shutouts have come against ranked teams (Maine, North Dakota and Minnesota Duluth) • tallied four assists, including two in 7-0 win against Minnesota State (11/17) • committed five penalties for 10 minutes • helped the West to a 13-6 win over the East at the NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge • named to the All-WCHA Academic team.
2006-07: Played in 19 games, alternating time in net with Glenn Fisher for the third consecutive season • posted an 8-6-2 record with a 2.29 goals against average and .919 saves percentage • recorded three shutouts, including back-to-back shutouts against Alaska Anchorage (12/16) and Mercyhurst (12/29) • posted a season-high 39 saves in 4-3 overtime win at Wisconsin (11/11) • posted a season-high shutout minutes streak of 168:31 from Dec. 9-Jan. 5 • ranked second in the WCHA in winning percentage (.667), third in saves percentage (.920) and sixth in goals against average (2.22) during league games • ranked fourth in the WCHA in saves percentage, fifth in winning percentage (.583) and eighth in goals against average for all games • named Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week for Dec. 18-24 • ranks among DU's career goaltending leaders in saves percentage (2nd), shutouts (3rd) and goals against average (4th).
2005-06: Played 22 games, splitting time in net with Glenn Fisher • led team with a 12-8-1 record, 2.71 GAA and .904 Sv % • recorded three points on three assists • named Preseason Second-Team All-American by College Hockey News • recorded sixth career shutout with 27 saves in 4-0 win at UMass (11/26) • stopped season-high 42 shots against Ferris State (12/31) • recorded career-high two assists in 5-2 win over St. Cloud State (1/14) • won four consecutive games (1/14-2/11) • defeated Notre Dame, North Dakota, Michigan Tech, UMass, Colorado College (twice), Minnesota Duluth (twice), St. Cloud State, Wisconsin, Alaska Anchorage and Minnesota State.
2004-05: Played in 23 games splitting time in net with Glenn Fisher • primarily played as Denver's Saturday night starting goalie • named the Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player after recording 85 saves (41 vs. CC and 44 vs. UND) • posted a 1.50 GAA and .966 Sv% in the Frozen Four • led Denver with an 18-4-1 overall record, 2.19 GAA and .927 Sv% • earned two points on two assists • committed five penalties for 10 minutes • named CSTV/HCA National Division I Rookie of the Month (March/April) • recipient of the "Player's Bench" Star of the Year Award as Denver's "Three Stars of the Game" Point Leader • named to the Wells Fargo Denver Cup All-Tournament Team • named Red Baron WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (10/30) and Rookie of the Week (3/7) • ranked fourth in the nation with a .804 winning percentage and sixth with a .927 save percentage • ranked among WCHA goaltenders in league games in winning percentage (2nd), goals against average (6th) and saves percentage (8th) • ranked among WCHA (all games) in saves percentage (1st), winning percentage (2nd) and goals against average (3rd) • made 31 saves in 4-2 win over New Hampshire in the NCAA Northeast Regional Final (3/27) • ranked third all-time with five shutouts in a single season, including 31-save effort in WCHA regular-season championship game against Colorado College (3/4) and 25 saves against CC in WCHA Final Five championship • set a school record by shutting out three consecutive opponents, breaking his own school mark with 208:42 consecutive shutout minutes • previously set the Denver goaltender record for shutout minutes at 178:16 at St. Cloud State on Jan. 22 surpassing former All-American Wade Dubielewicz' mark of 158:26 set in 2001-02 • recorded back-to-back shutouts against Northeastern (1/2) and Michigan Tech (1/8) • set Denver freshman goaltender record with five shutouts • ranked second all-time with a .927 Sv% in a single season • ranked fourth all-time with a 2.19 GAA in a single season • made 20 saves in 6-3 win over Colorado College (11/13) • posted an 8-0-1 with a 1.64 GAA and .945 Sv% during nine-game unbeaten streak from Nov. 27-Feb. 12 • stopped then-career-high 37 shots in 4-0 shutout against Northeastern (1/2) in Wells Fargo Denver Cup championship game • longest shutout streak: 208:42 (2/26-3/27).
Before Denver: Played for the Tri-City Storm of the United States Hockey League (USHL) in 2003-04 • posted a 26-7-0 record, 2.11 goals against average and .908 saves percentage • led the team to the Anderson Cup Championship and National Championship runner-up honors • was selected as a member of the All-Star game • led the Pittsburgh Forge of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) to a 34-7-4 record and to the Robertson Cup and Gold Cup championships during the 2002-03 season • teammate of current Pioneer Mike Handza at Pittsburgh in 2002-03 • led Pittsburgh to National Championship runner-up honors in 2001-02.
Personal: Son of Peter and Maria Mannino • has one older sister, Pietrina (26) • graduated from Upper St. Clair High School (Pittsburgh) in 2002 • chose the University of Denver for its good reputation, the hockey coaching staff and because he wanted the challenge of following in the footsteps of Denver's past goalies • management/ administration major • wants to play in the National Hockey League • enjoys playing roller hockey, basketball, squash, racquetball, tennis and golf • born February 17, 1984.