|Hometown:||Camp Hill, PA|
|High School:||Camp Hill|
Notes: In his last two years, played 3,093 out of a possible 3,183 minutes in goal.
2009: Second team All-Ivy selection… Recipient of Walter J. McNerney Award as team’s most valuable player and Jack Marshall Award, which is given by the Yale Soccer Association to the member of the team who demonstrated the qualities of team spirit, loyalty to his fellow players and dedication to the game… Third in the Ivy League in saves with 60… Started all but one game in goal… Made four saves in posting shutout in victory over Central Connecticut… Stopped a season-high eight shots against Harvard.
2008: Played every minute of every game in goal... Second in the Ivy League in save percentage (.832), and saves (84) and tied for second in shutouts (7)... Had a season-high eight saves against Boston College... Made seven saves in a scoreless tie with 15th-ranked UConn... Shutout Brown and Cornell in Ivy play.
2007: Made his first career start against Stony Brook, stopping eight shots and posting a shutout in a scoreless tie.
2006: Earned the victory in his first career appearance by playing the second half and making six saves in Yale's 1-0 victory over Albany.
Before Yale: Named an NSCAA regional All-American in 2004 at Camp Hill High School... Three-time all-state selection... School's all-time leader in career saves, career shutouts and single season shutouts and is in the top-20 in Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association history in all three categories... Recipient of an Adidas Golden Glove at the 2005 ODP National Championships as he helped his team, EPYSA, to the national title... Played club soccer for FC Delco... Competed in the Youth National Championship in July of 2006.