2016 Northeast Conference First Team
2016 Northeast Conference All-Tournament Team
2015 Northeast Conference Second Team
2016: Northeast Conference First Team selection... NEC All-Tournament Team selection... Made 15 appearances with 14 starts... Ranked second on the squad in points (44), goals (27), assists (17)... Ranked third on squad in shots on goal (41)... Took 63 total shots for a .651 SOG percentage... Posted a .429 shot percentage, which led the Northeast Conference and ranked 18th nationally... Ranked fifth in the NEC in assists per game (1.13) and points per game (2.93) and eighth in goals per game (1.80)... Scored in 13 games, including eight multi-goal performances... Posted season-high six points on career-high five goals and an assist and added two ground balls in NEC semifinal game vs. Robert Morris to lead SJU to title game... Dished out an assist and added a ground ball in NEC title game vs. Hobart... Posted five-point efforts vs. Manhattan (3g, 2a) and Wagner (1g, 4a)... Recorded three goals and one assist vs. Mount St. Mary's... Scored three goals at Monmouth... Scored overtime game-winner at Penn to give SJU its first win over Penn in program history... Added 19 ground balls... Recorded career-high three ground balls vs. #17 Virginia, Hobart, and Bryant.
2015: NEC Second Team selection... Ranked fifth in the NEC in assists per game (1.00)... Made all 17 appearances with 14 starts... Totaled 35 points on 18 goals and 17 assists... Ranked third for SJU in points and assists... Averaged 2.06 points per game on 1.06 goals per game and 1.00 assists per game... Added 12 ground balls... Posted five multi-goal games... Recorded career-high eight points on two goals and career-high six assists vs. Robert Morris... Added five points on three goals and two assists at #7 Virginia... Scored two goals and dished out an assist against both #14 Penn and Delaware... Added two goals at Drexel... Scored a goal and added an assist vs. High Point, Bryant, and Mount St. Mary's in the NEC semifinals... Scored and dished out two assists vs. Hobart... Added goals vs. Monmouth, Mount St. Mary's, and Bryant in the NEC finals... Earned career-high three ground balls in SJU debut at Richmond.
2014 (Maryland): Posted one goal and one assist to go with two groundballs against #2 Syracuse... Dished out one assist in first collegiate start against Mount St. Mary's... Tallied one goal and one groundball against both UMBC and Robert Morris... Scored against Navy... Saw late time against Bryant in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament.
2013 (Maryland): Redshirted season.
2012 (Maryland): Tallied first collegiate multi-point and multi-goal game with two goals and one assist against #3 Duke in semifinals of NCAA tournament... Scored goal in collegiate debut against Hartford... Scooped up one groundball against #1 Loyola in the finals of the NCAA tournament, #2 Virginia, and Navy.
High School/Personal: Transfer from the University of Maryland... Has two remaining seasons of eligibility... 2011 Under Armour All-American at La Salle College High School... Tallied a goal and an assist for the South Team in the Under Armour All-America game... Two-time Catholic League MVP... ESPNHS All-American Second Team, All-EPSCLA, and All-Conference selection... Led Explorers to a pair of state titles... Ranked nationally as #8 freshman attackman and 16th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse... Nominated for the Reebok High School Lacrosse Player of the Year Award... Four-year varsity letterwinner... Also lettered in football... All-State selection... Ed Nordberg Director’s Circle Scholarship recipient... Majoring in sociology.
| SJU Single-Game Career Highs
Assists: 6 vs. Robert Morris (4/4/15)
Points: 8 vs. Robert Morris (4/4/15)
Shots: 7 (2x) last vs. Robert Morris (5/5/16)
Up Goals: 1 (4x) last vs. Mount St. Mary's (4/30/16)
Down Goals: ---
Ground Balls: 3 (4x) last vs. Bryant (4/16/16)
Caused Turnovers: 1 (2x) last vs. Bryant (4/16/16)
| Career Statistics
* Statistics from 2012-14 are from previous school
^ Redshirted 2013 season
| Career Statistics (at Saint Joseph's)