2015: Made 15 starts in 36 appearances… had 22 goals, 35 assists, 28 steals, and 23 drawn ejections… factored into the scoring in 33 contests… matched a career-high with three goals against George Washington (Apr. 24) and Hartwick (Apr. 25)… dished out a season-high four assists against Mercyhhurst (Mar. 1) and VMI (Mar. 7)… nabbed a season-high three steals against Notre Dame (Apr. 12) and Brown (Apr. 18). 2014: Appeared in 33 games… had 19 goals, 37 assists, 21 steals and 28 drawn ejections… Had five multi-goal outings… matched a career-high with three goals against Pomona Pitzer (Mar. 21)… dished out four assists against Cal Lutheran (Mar. 16)… recorded three assists against No. 10 San Jose State (Mar. 15)… had a goal and three helpers versus Bucknell (Mar. 29)… scored a goal and matched a career-high with five assists against Harvard (Apr. 12). 2013: All-Southern first team selection... played in 34 games, starting 30... tallied 21 goals, 31 assists, 21 steals, and drew 36 ejections... had three assists versus Villanova (Feb. 9) ... established new career-high with five assists, adding two steals and six drawn ejections versus Wagner (Feb. 16)... had four assists, three steals and drew an ejection versus Iona (Feb. 23)... tallied three goals, two ejections drawn and a steal versus Wagner (Feb. 24)... scored two goals and had an assist against Michigan in Eastern Championship title game (Apr. 28)... netted a pair of goals and had an assist against UC-San Diego in NCAA Championship fifth-place (May 12). 2012: Southern Division Rookie of the Week (Mar. 20)... played in all 35 games, making 17 starts... tallied 23 goals, 45 steals, 39 ejections drawn, 31 assists and two blocks... won 22 sprints... made collegiate debut versus Harvard (Feb. 11)... earned first career start against Villanova, tallying three steals, a goal, and an assist (Feb. 12)... drew a career-high five ejections and added two assists, two steals and a goal versus Iona (Feb. 25)... nabbed four steals, scored two goals and had two assists versus Brown (Mar. 4).
Before Princeton Loomis Chaffee: Helped lead team to a 2008 NEPSAC Championship and a runner-up finish in 2009… NEPSAC All-Tournament selection (2008)… two-time All-America honoree… NEPSAC Most Valuable Player (2009). Club/National team: Also played for the Greenwich Aquatics and New York Athletic clubs… a member of NYAC’s Top-40 Championship team… was a member of the U.S. Junior National squad. Personal: Two-time USA Water Polo Academic All-America selection.
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