2010: Selected to both the All-MAAC First Team and MAAC All-Academic Team...Chosen to play in the annual LaxWorld/USILA North-South All-Star Game...Served as a team captain for the second straight season...Played in all 16 games and made 14 starts...Finished third on the squad with 34 ground balls and second with 19 caused turnovers...Registered at least three ground balls six times...Had four ground balls in the season opener at No. 5 Johns Hopkins on Feb. 19...Secured a season-high six ground balls and caused a pair of turnovers against Robert Morris on Feb. 27...Gathered four ground balls in the win over VMI on April 3...Caused three turnovers in back-to-back wins over Saint Joseph's (April 24) and Marist (April 28).
2009: Named Second Team All-MAAC for the second straight season...Played in all 18 games, starting 17...Finished second on the team with 51 ground balls and 28 caused turnovers...Registered at least three ground balls on 11 occasions...Forced three turnovers four times...Had six ground balls to go along with three caused turnovers in the win at Presbyterian on March 17...Collected a career-high seven ground balls in the win at Marist (April 25) that clinched a spot in the MAAC Tournament.
2008: Second Team All-MAAC...Played in all 15 games, making 13 starts...Placed third on the team with 34 ground balls...Also forced five turnovers...Tallied a career-high five ground balls against Marist on March 29...Tied career-high with five ground balls against Canisius in the MAAC Semifinals on May 2.
2007: Appeared in 13 games, starting four...Tallied 17 ground balls and caused four turnovers...Won the only face-off he took...Gathered three ground balls against Bellarmine on March 3...Notched first collegiate point, an assist, in the win over VMI on March 24...Recorded four ground balls at Villanova on April 7.
Before Manhattan: Helped Joel Barlow High School win three South West Conference Championships...Named All-South West Conference three times...Earned Second Team All-State honors in 2006...Won team defensive MVP honors in 2005...Also played three years of football, earning All-State honors as a punter...Made the Academic Honor Roll as a senior.
Personal: Son of Alison and Craig...Has one brother, Brian...Majoring in civil engineering...Born on November 11, 1988.
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