AS A FRESHMAN (2011)
: Started all 15 games in his first season…earned every decision, going 5-10 in leading his team to its first-ever MAAC Tournament appearance…won a four-man open competition for the starting job and logged 848:17 in the cage…posted 169 saves and a .508 save percentage…one of just 12 goalies to be invited by US Lacrosse to try out for the U.S. national under-19 team…won the league’s “Rookie of the Week” award after tying a career high with 20 saves against No. 7 Duke (4/30)…finished nine games with double-digit saves, including the last five to end the season…set a career-high with 20 saves versus Robert Morris (3/9) before tying that mark against the Blue Devils…earned first career win by making two saves at Mercer (2/23)…twice faced 50 or more shots, allowing just seven goals off 50 shots in a win over Air Force (3/6) before facing 51 shots against Robert Morris…aided his defensemen by causing two turnovers and collecting five ground balls versus Marist (4/16)…tied his career high with five ground balls versus Duke.
: Started three years at Penn Manor High School for head coach Kenny Snyder…as a senior, posted a .71 save percentage while making 241 saves and received first team all-section as a team captain…as a junior, recorded a .68 save percentage and received all-America honors including adidas all-America honors.
: Born Nov. 22, 1992 in Lancaster, Pa…son of Joseph and Brenda…has one older brother, Ben…father, Joseph, ran track for the University of Delaware…brother Ben played lacrosse at Division III Lycoming College...member of the National Honor Society…proposed academic major is biology…plans to attend veterinary school following his undergraduate studies.