AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
: Appeared in all 15 games, starting 12…goal total of 18 ranked third on the team and his 19 assists was one behind the JU lead…posted a team-best 37 points…earned MAAC all-first-team honors as a midfielder…also earned conference recognition before the season via a spot on the preseason All-MAAC Team… team in multi-point games with 11…posted three-or-more points in a game on five occasions…tied for third on JU with five multi-goal games… recorded a career-high seven points with four goals and three assists versus Siena (3/19)…scored the game-winning goal at Canisius (3/19)…registered one of his best all-around games at Manhattan, scooping nine ground balls, causing one turnover and adding two assists (4/2)…one of just four players to score two-or-more man-up goals…46 ground balls trailed only faceoff specialist Mike Wallenhorst (56) for the team lead.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
: Started all 13 games…scored 18 goals to be JU’s fourth-leading goal-scorer…added 17 assists for 35 points, marking the third-highest total on the team…as a midfielder, collected a Dolphins-best 57 ground balls and nine caused turnovers…scored the game-winning goal against Sacred Heart (3/13)…netted a career-high four goals against VMI, capping a game in which he had six shots on goal, four ground balls and a caused turnover (2/27)…registered five multi-goal games…finished with a hat trick against Mt. St. Mary’s, where he scored three goals and tallied two assists for a five-point game (3/2).
: Started two years at the Salisbury School for head coach Bobby Wynn…helped lead his team to a New England Prep School championship.
: Born on Jan. 25, 1989 in Hamilton, Ontario…son of Mary-Anne…has one older sibling, Candace…proposed major is exercise science and his career plans include teaching.