As a Junior (2014)
Started 16 matches in goal ... logged all but 180 minutes at goalkeeper ... recorded three shutouts: 0-0 at Marshall, 5-0 at St. Bonaventure and 4-0 over George Washington ... finished the year with 66 saves ... missed late September games vs. Buffalo and Robert Morris due to injury ... recorded 13 saves - tied for the third-highest total in school history - in a 3-0 loss at West Virginia in his first game back ... finished strong, allowing one or fewer goals in the Dukes' last eight games.
As a Sophomore (2013)
Started all 18 matches in goal ... played every minute of every contest ... opened the season with four consecutive shutouts in helping the Dukes to the first 4-0 start in school history ... finished the year with seven clean sheets, good for tied for fourth on DU's single-season list ... finished the year with 88 saves, which ranked 27th nationally ... tied his career high with 10 saves at Robert Morris ... was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week after posting back-to-back shutouts (over Howard and Incarnate Word) in the Duquesne Invitational ... had nine saves against Incarnate Word ... ranked fourth in the A-10 in goals against average (1.15) and save percentage (.807) ... his 4.89 saves per game ranked second in the conference.
As a Freshman (2012)
Played in 19 of a possible 20 contests with 17 starts ... earned a spot on the Atlantic 10 All-Championship Team when he made nine saves, including a couple in succession, in a 2-1 loss to Charlotte ... the 49ers game-winner came on a penalty kick in the waning seconds ... posted 4.5 shutouts ... made 94 saves in 1,666 minutes of action ... turned in his first collegiate shutout in a 1-0 win over Robert Morris ... made a career-high 10 saves versus Delaware ... equaled his career-high of 10 saves and recorded his first Atlantic 10 shutout in a scoreless tie with Xavier ... posted back-to-back A-10 shutouts versus UMass and Fordham ... the 94 saves, which was the sixth-highest total in school history, ranked 16th nationally ... his 4.95 saves per game ranked 28th in NCAA Divsion I.
Played five seasons for Penn Fusion Soccer Academy ... won a U18 EPYSA State Cup championship ... his U17 squad was Premier League champion, State Cup champion, US Youth Soccer Region 1 champion and a US Youth Soccer National Championship finalist ... was a member of the Philadelphia Union MLS U-18 Academy team.