|High School:||Norfolk Collegiate (Va.)|
2005-06: Had a breakout season for the Eagles, finishing second on the team in scoring at 10.2 ppg ... tallied double-digits in points in 14 games, including a four-game stretch between December and January ... playing in all 29 games, starting eight ... earned his first career start at Loyola (Md.), responding with 14 points on five-of-12 shooting (11/29) ... went 18 straight free throw attempts over eight games, between November to December, without missing, including a six-for-six effort versus Mount St. Mary's (12/7) and a four-for-four night against Howard (12/12) ... opened the season with a career-high 16 points at Washington (11/19), then followed that up with nine, 10 and 14 points, respectively ... twice notched 20 points, once at Vermont (12/29), hitting six-of-12 shots, and once at Colgate (1/14), going six-for-11 ... had four five-assist games over the course of the season ... set a career-high with 25 points, adding a career-high four steals, in a nine-for-20 effort against Yale (1/9) ... helped American avenge an earlier loss to Navy with a 15-point night against the Mids at home (2/23) ... his 10 points and a career-high six rebounds helped AU sweep the regular-season series against Lafayette (2/25) ... ranked in the top-10 nationally at times throughout the season in free throw percentage, eventually finishing 26th nationally, just 0.001 percentage point behind Duke's J.J. Redick at .862 (75-for-87).
2004-05: Played in 12 games ... scored a season-high four points at Army (1/21), including a three-pointer ... hit three-of-five three-point attempts on the season.
2003-04: Played in three games ... pulled in a rebound in two minutes of action against Bowling Green (12/29).
Before American: Eitutavicius is from Klaipeda, Lithuania, but played at Laurinburg Institute (N.C.) under Chris Chaney .... Laurinburg won the prep school national championship in 2002-03 (based on national rankings) ... before Laurinburg he played at Norfolk Collegiate High School (Va.) for Jim Markey.
Personal: Son of Elena and Vladas Eitutavicius ... majoring in business administration.