2015: In a midfield characterized by defined roles, the four-year veteran will be looked at to stop opponent
forays and turn the ball back up the field…fast and strong, he can mix it up physically and chase down
opponents…communicates well with those in front of him…has developed into a fine scoring threat, shooting
confidently from distance with one of the hardest shots on the club…possesses solid ball skills and is very good
in the air…displays fine composure and reacts well to pressure…a very likeable young man, he continues to
enhance the squad’s image.
2014: The third-year starter at center midfield controlled the tempo of play on either side of the center stripe…started all 20 matches in which he played, one of only two players on the squad to do so…booted in a career-high three goals…his first goal of the year was the second of three scored in a 3-0 win over Westminster (UT) on 9/6/14…his second tally put the Mustangs ahead to stay in a 4-3 edging of William Jessup on 10/1/14 and his final goal of the season was the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Biola six days later.
2013: Played in 17 matches and started 15 of them.
2012: Followed up on high expectations with a solid freshman campaign, playing in all of the club’s matches and making 15 starts, including the last 13 in a row…scored his first collegiate point on an assist vs. William Jessup on 9/8/12…his first of two goals tied the regular-season finale vs. Biola at 1-1 on 10/27/12 and ignited a late-match rally that gave the Mustangs a win…four days later, he scored the match’s first goal in a first-round GSAC Tournament matchup with Biola but the Eagles tallied two second-half goals to beat the Mustangs.
Lewis-Palmer HS: The three-year varsity performer excelled at the center midfield spot for a trio of coaches and the Rangers…voted rookie varsity player of the year in 2009 and earned All-Colorado Springs Metro League honorable mention kudos…a year later, he was a first-team, all-league choice and a 4A All-State honorable mention selection…capped off three outstanding prep seasons in 2011 with a 21-point (seven goals, seven assists) performance…was the league MVP runner-up, a repeat first-team, all-league honoree, and moved up to first-team all-state.