MAAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2004, 2003, 2002
FIRST TEAM All-MAAC 2004, 2003, 2002
ALL-NEW ENGLAND 2004
MAAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2004, 2003
USILA NORTH/SOUTH CLASSIC ALL-STAR TEAM 2004
MAAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2001
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE MAL BROWN AWARD WINNER 2004
As A Senior: Led Friars to first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in program history and helped PC captured the program's first-ever MAAC Championship title in 2004...Appeared in 17 games...Notched the first point of his career with an assist against Penn State on March 10, 2004...Picked up a single-season career high of 52 groundballs...Won eight face-offs in 28 opportunities (.286)...Named MAAC Defensive Player of the Year and All-MAAC First Team for the third-consecutive season...Also garnered All-New England and MAAC All-Tournament Team honors...Selected to play in the USILA North/South Classic All-Star Game...Honored by Providence College as the Mal Brown Award Winner.
As A Junior: Played 13 games in 2003 ... Recorded 35 groundballs and won eight faceoffs in 22 opportunities (.364) ... Earned First-Team All-MAAC honors and MAAC Defensive Player of the Year ... Selected to the MAAC All-Tournament Team ... Helped the Friars capture their first-ever Regular-Season MAAC Championship.
As A Sophomore: Played in all 16 games in 2002 ... Finished second on the team in groundballs with 44 ... Named MAAC Co-Defensive Player of the Year and First-Team All-MAAC.
As A Freshman: Appeared in 16 games in 2001 ... Finished fourth on the team in groundballs (41) ... Named MAAC Rookie of the Year, and became the first Providence College lacrosse player to earn a post-season individual honors from the MAAC.
High School: Lettered in lacrosse and ice hockey at Montclair High School ... Two-time All-State performer in lacrosse ... All-Conference selection in ice hockey ... played for Chris Johnson and Dave Casto.