Ohio State Career: An Ohio State Scholar-Athlete ... transferred to Ohio State after a season at NYIT.
2013 (Junior Season): Started two games and played in five games overall ... did not face a shot in final 2:39 vs. Towson May 12 in NCAA tournament ... 10 saves, with two groundballs, at Michigan April 13 to pick up win ... started vs. Hobart April 6, with career-high 12 saves and four groundballs, allowing six goals in victory ... played 10:19 vs. Marquette Feb. 23, making two saves.
2012 (Sophomore Season): Played in five games ... won first career start, making five saves vs. Denver Feb. 19 in Jacksonville; one groundball vs. the Pioneers ... played second half at Mercer Feb. 11 and made four saves, picking up three groundballs ... played last 3:40 vs. Bellarmine March 24 and stopped only shot he faced ... groundball and one save (on one shot) in 2:16 vs. Air Force April 21 ... one save in 1:24 vs. UMass Feb. 25 ... an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
NYIT/William Mason High School: Played in state semifinals his senior season ... high school All-American as a senior ... two-time first team all-region and all-state selection ... received OHSAA Student Athlete of the Year award ... named team MVP as a junior and earned White Award for leadership as a senior ... three-time team captain ... played at New York Institute of Technology in 2011 ... also played football in high school.
Personal: Son of Jeff and Kristen ... has two younger siblings, Joseph and Audrey ... father played football at Kalamazoo College ... uncle Paul Konkel played lacrosse at UPenn and played in the national semifinals ... molecular genetics major and would like to attend medical school ... enjoys snowboarding and reading.