Jason DiLullo was a 3 year varsity goalkeeper for Lower Merion?s soccer team in 1986, 1987, & 1988. The team?s record during his 3 years in goal was 61-7-14, while winning 2 Central League Championships, a District 1 Title, and a PIAA State Crown. Jason was voted the team?s outstanding defensive player in his Junior & Senior years, as well as being elected to the All-Central League team both years. Jason still holds the school record of 17 shutouts in a single season, but his 30 career shutout record fell in 2006 to another outstanding LM goalkeeper, Drew Cotler.
After Lower Merion Jason went on to play 4 years for Brown University, which has now become a perennial NCAA division 1 contender. He graduated in 1993 with an AB in Organization Behavior & Management (with honors) as well as International Relations. He has worked in the mergers & acquisitions department of global banks his entire professional career. He now lives in San Francisco with his wife and his young son. He has still stayed active in soccer, playing in recreational leagues, and is now doing some youth coaching.