Marquette Career Faceoff Percentage Record Holder. (57.5%)
Graduated with a degree in physics
71% against Cornell
92% against Lindenwood
Won 11 out of 12 faceoffs and provided an assist in win against Lindenwood (Feb. 4) ... Provided an assist and added two ground balls in win over St. John's (April 8) ... Won 5 of 7 faceoffs against No. 7 Cornell (April 11).
2022 - MARQUETTE
1 point in 6 games
Big East All Tournament Team
36 - 64 (55% won)
All-BIG EAST Championship Team ... Played in six games during first season at MU, posting a .594 faceoff percentage (38-of-64), while picking up 22 ground balls and posting a pair of goals ... Saw first extended action against No. 10 Notre Dame, going 15-of-20 at the dot and picking up 10 ground balls ... Scored first goal on April 16 at No. 2 Georgetown, while winning 8-of-16 faceoffs against All-American James Reilly ... Also went 14-of-21 against No. 2 Georgetown (May 5) in the BIG EAST semis while picking up nine ground balls and scoring his second goal of the year.
Marquette Single Season Faceoff Percentage Record Holder (59.5%) Big East All Tournament Team
67% against All American James Reilly
75% against Notre Dame
PRIOR TO MARQUETTE
Played two seasons at Colorado Mesa and used one year of eligibility due to COVID-19 ... Posted a face-off percentage of .738 (175-237) in 17 career games at UCM and posted eight goals and three assists ... Also picked up 114 ground balls (6.71 per game).
First team all-conference selection ... Ranked fourth in NCAA Division II with a .712 (74-104) face-off percentage as the Mavericks went 9-2 overall and 5-0 in conference play ... Scored four goals and added one assist ... Picked up 47 ground balls and caused one turnover ... Won 17-of-21 faceoffs in the season opener at Mount Olive (March 10), while adding a goal and picking up five ground balls ... Went a perfect 7-for-7 at the dot in a win at Adams State (April 9) and picked up a season-high nine ground balls ...Won 13-of-16 faceoffs and picked up eight ground balls in a 23-3 win over Adams state (April 25).
Second team all-conference selection ... Was ranked sixth in Division II with his .759 (101-133) face-off percentage… Was ranked seventh nationally in ground balls per game (9.57) after tallying 67 in seven games during the COVID-19 shortened and undefeated season… Led the RMAC in both categories, tallying nearly twice as many ground balls than any other RMAC player (teammate Colin Seedorf, 34)… Had 19 ground balls while winning 24 battles at the “X” (27 attempts) against St. Leo (Feb. 8)… Went a combined 36-for-38 on face-offs with 27 combined ground balls in conference wins over Adams State and CSU-Pueblo on Was named as the RMAC Defensive Player of the Week on Feb. 10 and 24… Received a Rumble Award as CMU’s Spring Sport Freshman of the Year (all sports)… Scored four goals while tallying six points (2 assists) in seven games… Took 11 shots, nine of which were on goal.
Played just one year of varsity lacrosse with the Denver East High School Angels, coached by Sean Mccarthy… Earned second team all-conference honors as a junior in 2018… Was also a Maverick All-American… Went on to play varsity soccer as a goal keeper.
Majors in physics… Has two brothers— Ryan and Quinn… Plans to major in applied physics and minor in astronomy ... Wants to obtain a doctorate degree in astrophysics and become a college professor or researcher … Enjoys rock climbing and playing chess, guitar and piano… Once beat chess expert William Strong.
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