2010: Earned a place on the MAAC All-Academic Team for the second straight season...Played in all 16 games, starting 13...Ranked second on the team in scoring (34) after tying for the team lead in assists (15) and finishing tied for second in goals (19)...Notched a team-high two game-winning goals and five man-up tallies...Collected 31 ground balls...Had five points, including a career-high four assists against Robert Morris on Feb. 27...Registered five points for the second straight game (three goals, two assists) and scored the game-winner in the Jaspers' 12-9 win over Sacred Heart on March 6...Also gathered two ground balls and caused three turnovers in that game...Recorded another hat trick in the next game against No. 6 Princeton (March 9)...Posted hat tricks against Canisius (March 27), Wagner (April 21) and Marist (April 28)...Finished with four points (three goals, one assist), including a man-up tally, and three ground balls against Canisius on March 27...Against Wagner on April 21, found the back of the net three times, including the game-winner and corralled six ground balls in Manhattan's 7-6 victory...Tallied two man-up goals in the 10-6 win at Marist on April 28.
2009: Selected to the MAAC All-Academic Team...Started all 18 games...Finished fifth on the team with 18 goals, tied for second with 12 assists, and third with 30 points...Tallied at least two goals on six different occasions...Had two goals in the season opener against Rutgers (Feb. 18) and three points (two goals, one assist) at Robert Morris (Feb. 27)...Notched first career hat trick in the 14-9 win over Detroit on Feb. 28...Picked up a career-high four ground balls to go along with a goal and an assist in the win at VMI on March 21...Scored the game-winning goal with 11 seconds remaining in the 9-8 victory over Air Force at Gaelic Park on March 24...Posted a career-high four points (two goals, two assists) in the win at Saint Joseph's on April 11...Recorded two goals in three straight games from April 11-18...Registered a goal and two assists against Siena in the MAAC Championship Game on May 3.
2008: Played in nine games, making four starts...Got the start in his collegiate debut in the season opener against Robert Morris on Feb. 23...Tallied first collegiate goal and recorded four shots on goal in that game...Also registered four shots on goal and picked up two ground balls against Quinnipiac on March 1...Handed out two assists in a 12-4 home win over Wagner on April 16.
Before Manhattan: Named all-division as a senior at Bay Shore High School...Served as team captain during his senior year...Also played quarterback for the football team, earning all-division honors and the National Football Foundation's Scholar-Athlete Award...Set Bay Shore's single-season passing record...Member of the honor society and high honor roll.
Personal: Son of Chip and Lisa, a former All-American gymnast who won two national titles at Penn State...Has two siblings, Brittany, a member of the Penn State women's lacrosse team, and Lukas...Majoring in finance...Born on March 17, 1989.