2015-16: Ended his career as a Retriever in grand fashion, earning a pair of medals at the CCSA Championships in Georgia this year... Finished fifth in the 200 breast with a time of 2:02.20, while placing seventh in the 100 breast with a time of 55.82... Also took part in the 200 IM in Athens, touching the wall with a time of 1:53.79... CCSA All-Academic Team.
2014-15: Recorded a season best time in the 200 IM at the CCSA Championships at the University of Georgia... He finished the event in a time of 1:53.88, good for fourth in the B final, 12th overall... Not to be outdone, he took home bronze in the 100 breaststroke at the championships, finishing in a time of 55.84 just one second behind teammate Leo Endres who won the event... He took fifth place in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:03.81.
2013-14: Set season-best times in the 100- (58.01) and 200-yd. breaststroke (2:07.09), as well as the 200-yd. IM (1:55.93) while competing at the CCSA Championships in Knoxville, Tenn. … The 200 breaststroke time is also a career-best… Achieved his top dual meet finish of the season of third twice, first in the 100 breast at Rider on Oct. 12. and then in the 200 IM against Howard on Jan. 11... Placed 15th in the 100 breast and 20th in the 200-yd. event at the Patriot Invitational.
2012-13: Recorded his top times in the 100-yd. (57.48) and 200-yd. breaststroke (2:08.12) events at the ECAC Championships in Cambridge, Mass. … Achieved his top dual meet finish of second-place while competing in the 200 breast against Howard… Finished 19th in the 100-yd. breast at the Patriot Invitational… Named to the America East Honor Roll.
Background: Named Cherokee's Most Valuable Swimmer two straight years... Swam club for they Jersey Wahoos in Mt. Laurel, N.J.
Personal: Son of John and Barb Carroll... Has two sisters, Christie and Samantha, and two brothers, Ryan and Joseph... Mom and dad both swam collegiately at Delaware and Glassboro State, respectively... Sister, Christie, swims at Rowan University... Majoring in history... Born Nov. 10, 1993.