Ohio State Career: Ohio State Scholar-Athlete as a freshman.
2012 (Freshman season): Played in all 15 games, starting March 24 vs. Bellarmine and against Fairfield in the ECAC Tournament May 2 ... 11 points, on six goals and five assists ... two three-point outings, with two goals and an assist, vs. Air Force April 21 and Mercer Feb. 11 ... goal and an assist for two points at Fairfield April 28 ... scored vs. Notre Dame March 21 and picked up a groundball ... assist at Loyola March 31 and vs. UMass Feb. 25 ... won silver medal with Team Canada in World Under-19 Championship over the summer in Finland ... scored a goal in the championship game ... earned Ohio State Scholar-Athlete honors.
Pitt Meadows High School/Langley Thunder: 2011 British Columbia Box Lacrosse League Junior A Most Valuable Player with the Langley Thunder, finishing fifth in league scoring with 89 points, including 37 goals and 52 assists to earn a spot on the league all-star team ... nominated by NLLInsider.com for Rookie of the Year accolades ... captain of the silver medalist Team BC field lacrosse team and won another silver medal on the Canadian National U19 team ... drafted first overall by Langley ...in 2008 won a Provincial Midget Box Lacrosse Championship, National Box Lacrosse silver medal and was selected the Provincial tournament MVP ... named the fourth-best recruit in his class coming out of Canada, was also Championship game MVP in 2006 for the Canadian National Box Lacrosse Champions.
Personal: Son of Sandra and Reynold ... two younger siblings, Shannon and Zachery ... majoring in economics ... favorite pro sports team is the New York Jets and favorite athlete is Rick Nash.
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