2014: Cittadino appeared in two games for the Hounds in 2014, registering one groundball and one penalty minute. He also played for Team Israel in the FIL World Championships.
2013: After being acquired through a trade with the Outlaws in September of 2012, the defensive midfielde played in 11 regular-season games for the Hounds, tallying a goal, two assists and 14 groundballs. He was a key piece to the team’s improved transition game.
2012: Cittadino appeared in all 14 games for the Outlaws, scoring two goals and adding four assists for a total of six points. He also collected 12 ground balls and served eight-and-a-half penalty minutes, the most for the Outlaws franchise. In two postseason games, Cittadino scored one goal and scooped up three groundballs.
2011: Appearing in five games for the Outlaws, Cittadino collected two groundballs and served half a penalty minute.
2010: The midfielder played all 12 regular-season games, notching two goals and an assist along with six groundballs. Cittadino also recorded a groundball in the Outlaws’ one postseason game.
2009: Cittadino played eight regular-season games for the Outlaws, recording five groundballs and 3.5 penalty minutes. The midfielder added a goal and a groundball in one postseason game.
2008: In 11 games for the Outlaws, Cittadino registered an assist, 18 groundballs, and seven penalty minutes.
2007: The midfielder appeared in all 12 games for the Outlaws, tallying a goal, and assist and 11 groundballs. In addition, he served six penalty minutes.
2006: Cittadino was drafted by the Denver Outlaws in the second round (20th overall) of the 2006 MLL Collegiate Draft. He played 10 regular-season games that year, tallying an assist, 15 groundballs and 1.5 penalty minutes. In two postseason games, Cittadino contributed two goals and collected three groundballs.
Collegiate: In four years at Towson, Cittadino registered four goals, eight assists and 57 groundballs. In addition, the midfielder finished his career third all-time at the school in caused turnovers, with 65. Cittadino earned USILA All-American honors in 2005 and was a three-time All-CAA honoree, as well as CAA Tournament MVP in 2004.