2009: Made his collegiate debut on Senior Day vs. Vermont… Faced three shots, made one save and did not allow a goal vs. the Catamounts… Wore No. 40 in his initial campaign.
Background: The starting netminder for the top-ranked team in the nation in 2008, as he allowed only 5.52 goals per game and maintained a .600 save percentage… Started every game as the Greyhounds posted an 18-1 record… Received the coaches’ award, which is presented to the senior who demonstrates the most leadership, effort and enthusiasm… Lists best effort as an 18-save performance vs. Calvert Hall in a 10-7 Gilman victory… Earned three letters in football and two letters as a netminder in ice hockey… His father, Brian, was a three-time All-Amercan goalie a Johns Hopkins in 1981-83, and his mother, Laurie, played lacrosse at Towson… Younger brother Marcus earned First-Team All-Metro lacrosse player at Gilman… Also has a younger sister, Sydney… Chose UMBC “because I believe it provides me with the best opportunity to compete for a national championship”… Considering a future career as a financial advisor… Born March 1, 1989.
Sv. Pct. 2009