|High School:||Westminster School|
2014: Appeared in 14 games including starting 12… Started five Ivy games… First career goal came at Dartmouth.
Off the Field:
- Set up and ran a weekly soccer clinic for disadvantaged inner city children at a local boys club in London
- Received the Maundy prize for outstanding contribution to school sport, singing and community service. This prize was first awarded by Queen Elizabeth I.
Before Yale: Captain of the Westminster School soccer team… Helped team reach the quarterfinals of the England School’s Cup and the final of the London School’s Cup… Westminster set school records for wins in a season and shutouts in a season during his tenure… Selected to represent England Independent Schools U14 through U18… Gained an England cap by playing international fixtures against Australia, Wales and Scotland schools… Captained ODP Europe… Four-year Independent Schools starter.
Personal: Father was a squash player at Harvard… Coached soccer at a local primary school for three years.
Why Yale? “Yale was the perfect opportunity to receive a top class education and also pursue the game that I love. I am really excited to get to know the team and to work with the coaches.”