Has proven to be one of the most consistent members of the Dukes defense with 40 or more tackles in each of his first three seasons ... has started every game in his Duquesne career (33 in a row entering 2012) ... the 33 consecutive starts are the most by a defensive returnee ... second to Serge Kona with 12.0 career tackles for loss ... third among returnees with 123 tackles.
as a junior (2011)
Started all 11 games at outside linebacker ... had 42 tackles (24 solo) ... his 5.5 tackles for loss (-17 yards) tied for second-most on the team ... also had 2.0 sacks, broke up a pair of passes, recovered two fumbles and forced another ... posted a season high nine tackles at Albany ... added eight stops in the season opener at Bucknell ... recorded sacks at Bucknell and vs. Bryant.
as a sophomore (2010)
Started all 11 games at outside linebacker ... had 41 tackles (26 solo) including three tackles for loss and a sack ... totaled a season-best eight stops at Robert Morris ... notched a sack in the season-opening win over Bucknell ... had four unassisted stops in the season finale win at Bryant.
as a freshman (2009)
Started all 11 games, the first two at strong safety and last nine at outside linebacker ... finished with 40 tackles (19 solo), including 3.5 tackles for loss ... recorded his first career sack at Dayton ... broke up a pass at Sacred Heart ... had a career high 11 stops against Wagner ... added seven tackles at Dayton.
Helped DeMatha to the 2008 Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title ... averaged 9.1 tackles per game during his senior season ... named first team all-conference in the WCAC ... a recipient of the United States Marine Corps Honor, Courage and Commitment Award ... named to the ESPN RISE honorable mention for the state of Maryland ... DeMatha went 36-4 during his career ... major: health management systems ... date of birth: 3/22/91.