Fifth-highest save percentage in a season in program history (.596 in 2018)
Fifth-highest goals against average in a season in program history (8.11 in 2018)
10th-most saves in a season in program history (167 in 2018)
2018 Northeast Conference Second Team Goalkeeper
2018 Northeast Conference Rookie Team
2018 Northeast Conference All-Tournament Team
2018 College Crosse All-Freshman First Team Goalkeeper
2018 SJU Most Outstanding Performer
Two-time United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Team of the Week (2/27/18, 5/1/18)
Two-time Northeast Conference Defensive Player of the Week (2/26/18, (Co-) 4/30/18)
Four-time Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week (2/26/18, 4/16/18, 4/23/18, 4/30/18)
2018: Made 14 starts as SJU's starting goalkeeper in one of the most successful rookie campaigns in SJU program history... Put together an 8.11 goals against average and .596 save percentage in 835:45 on 167 saves vs. 113 goals allowed... Ranked second in the NEC in both goals against average and save percentage... Among the nation's best, ranked third nationally in save percentage, sixth in goals against average, and sixth in saves per game (11.93)... Backstopped a defensive unit that ranked fourth nationally in scoring defense at a clip of 8.00 goals allowed per game and seventh nationally in man-down defense at 76.6 percent... Made double-digit saves in 13 of 14 games played for an average of 11.93 saves per game, which ranked second in the NEC... Went 10-4 on the season with non-conference wins over Monmouth (13s, 5ga), Drexel (11s, 9ga), and then-#20/20 Penn (7s, 11ga), NEC regular-season wins over Hobart (15s, 5ga), Wagner (10s, 7ga), Sacred Heart (16s, 12ga), Bryant (11s, 7ga), Mount St. Mary's (15s, 5ga), and then-#18/20 Robert Morris (12s, 7ga), and an NEC postseason semifinal win over Sacred Heart (10s, 9ga)... Made a season-high 16 saves twice, in just his second collegiate game, vs. Providence, where he held the Friars to just four goals allowed, and vs. Sacred Heart in the regular-season... Registered a 7.30 goals against average and .648 save percentage through six NEC games... Made double-digit saves in all six NEC regular-season games and held opposition to seven goals or less in five of them... Made 15 saves and held opposition to just five goals allowed against both Hobart and Mount Saint Mary's... Turned in a season-high 16 saves against Sacred Heart... Held Wagner, Bryant, and then-#18/20 Robert Morris to just seven goals each... Backstopped SJU to NEC semifinal win over Sacred Heart... Closed season with 11 saves vs. nine goals allowed alongside career-high four ground balls and career-high two caused turnovers in NEC finals vs. Robert Morris... Added a pair of assists on the season, hitting transition men against Bryant in the regular season and Sacred Heart in the postseason.
2017: Redshirted season... Named to SJU Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
High School/Personal: 2016 U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American First Team goalkeeper selection... Went 52-3 as St. Thomas Aquinas' starting goalkeeper over a three-year span and 41-1 during junior and senior seasons combined, including an undefeated 20-0 senior season... Led St. Thomas Aquinas to the 2016 State Championship for the first state title in program history, earning Most Valuable Player honors for the championship game... Led squad to runner-up finish at 2015 State Championship... 2015 USA Today All-American First Team selection... Two-time All-County and All-District First Team selection... 2016 St. Thomas Aquinas Player of the Year... 2014 Rookie of the Year... Led squad to the 2014 State of Florida Final Four... 2014 Top 205 All-Star Goalkeeper... Four-year varsity letterwinner and senior team captain... Brother, Max, was a Division II All-American face-off specialist at Bentley University... Community service experience includes Light The Night... Majoring in business administration.
Single-Game Career Highs:
Saves: 16 (2x) last vs. Sacred Heart (4/8/18)
Goals Allowed (Lowest, minimum 60:00): 4 at Providence (2/24/18)
Ground Balls: 4 vs. Robert Morris (5/5/18)
Caused Turnovers: 2 vs. Robert Morris (5/5/18)
Minutes: 64:50 vs. Robert Morris (5/5/18)
Assists: 1 (2x) last vs. Sacred Heart (5/3/18)