2013: After redshirting last year, he’ll be welcomed back as the club’s field general at center midfield…should be the go-to player for scoring and generating offense for his teammates…replicating his performance of two years would be a huge boost for the offense…possesses exceptional quickness and touch…makes exciting dashes to the goal…has great vision and a wonderful shot…displays remarkable endurance…has a sense of urgency in his final collegiate season, which should drive him to postseason honors…provides solid leadership.
2011: JUCO transfer earned a starting job out of summer camp and quickly developed into the club's primary offensive threat...paced the squad with 32 points on club-highs of 10 goals and 12 assists...earned All-GSAC honors after finishing fourth in the conference in points and assists, and sixth in goals...tallied an assist for his first point as a Mustang vs. Marymount on 8/30...scored his first goal at TMC and added another in a 4-1 win vs. Texas-Brownsville on 9/2...had another two-goal performance vs. Fresno Pacific on 10/19 in a 2-1 Mustang victory...enjoyed his biggest offensive day of the season vs. Arizona Christian on 9/15 when he tallied five points on a goal and a season-high three assists...scored at least one goal and one assist in a match on four occasions...chosen to the NCCAA All-American Team following the season.
College of the Canyons: Enjoyed two very productive years for the Cougars as part of a pair of state tournament teams…in his freshman year, he tallied eight goals and had eight assists as the Cougars earned a postseason berth for the first time in five years, winning a pair of playoff matches before bowing out in the third round…named to the All-Western States Conference first team and was a second-team all-state selection…a year later, he scored nine times and passed off for six assists, leading the squad to the state championship match where they lost to Mt. San Antonio College…named to the all-conference team for the second straight year.
Sylmar HS: Played two years (freshman and sophomore) for the Spartans.