|2010: One of the GSAC's premiere defenders returns
for his final season as the club's indispensable defender…his play
dictates the tenor of the club's defense…consistently wins
one-on-one matchups and air balls…you couldn't tell by his demeanor
but he's a fierce competitor…very quick and smart, the total
package…will be an offensive threat on corner kicks…should earn
All-GSAC honors for the third straight year and will be in line for
national postseason honors again.
2009: With dominant play on the last line of defense, the junior inside defender anchored one of the country's stingiest defenses and affirmed his status as one of the NAIA's premier players at his position…earned All-GSAC honors for the second straight year while running his streak of consecutive starts to 62…his only goal of the season, coming on a penalty kick, was the lone score in a 1-0 victory over Indiana Tech in a first-round game at the NAIA National Tournament…was an NCCAA All-American selection for the third time in as many years.
2008: Filled the cleats of departed All-American Syian Wignal and then some, developing into one of the GSAC's premier defenders and earning all-conference honors for the first time…started all 17 matches he played in, running his streak to 38 in his first two years…scored the first of his two goals vs. Dominican on 9/13/08 and then added the other against Hope International on 10/22/08…named to the NCAA All-American squad for the second consecutive year, moving up to first-team recognition.
2007: A dynamic part of the team's run to the NCCAA national title, he lived up to high expectations with a solid freshman season…tallied eight points (three goals, two assists) and played stellar defense…his first collegiate goal sparked an 8-1 rout of William Jessup on 9/7/07…11 days later, his tally with less than 10 minutes left to play knotted (2-2) the match with NCAA Division II powerhouse, Cal State Bakersfield…after being chosen for the all-tournament team at the NCCAA Nationals, he capped off his first year by being named an NCCAA Second-Team All-American.
Santiago High School: A standout four-year starter for Coach Lucky Tamanisanren and the Sharks…was a second-team All-Mountain View League in his freshman and junior seasons and a first-team choice in his sophomore and senior campaigns.