The Dukes defeated Canisius 1-0 in overtime, winning the 2016 Duquesne Invitational championship.
As a Sophomore (2015)
Was one of seven players to see action in all 18 matches ... started nine times ... finished second on the team with seven points ... totaled six of his seven points in conference play ... started five of eight A-10 matches ... tied for second on the team in both goals (2) and assists (3) ... found the back of the net against Davidson and Dayton ... scored his two goals on just nine shots ... had four shots on goal (.444) ... assisted on DU's lone goal in a 1-0 win at Colgate ... his other assists came vs. Fordham and at Rhode Island.
As a Freshman (2014)
Played in 16 of 18 matches with 10 starts ... finished third on the team with 10 points ... tied for second on the squad with four goals ... scored his first career goal in the second game of the season against Saint Francis U ... followed that with goals against Binghamton and Bowling Green to earn MVP honors in the Duquesne Invitational ... scored off a pass from Thor Beckdahl in the second overtime to give the Dukes a 3-2 win over previously undefeated BGSU ... the goal, which came in the 105th minute, clinched the Invitational title ... was named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week and also earned a spot on the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for his performance in the Invitational ... scored his fourth goal in a 3-0 win over Buffalo ... notched assists vs. Robert Morris and La Salle ... DU was 6-0 in the games in which he registered a point.
Developed his skills in the youth system of Stabaek FC, one of the elite academies in Europe.