Saves: 18, at Georgetown, Mar. 8, 2014
Ground balls: 3, four times
Caused turnover: 1, vs. Brown, Mar. 15, 2014
Named to the Preseason All-NEILA second team ... Recorded 11 saves and one ground ball at Massachusetts (Feb. 22) ... Turned away 10 shots and picked up two ground balls against Holy Cross (Feb. 25) ... Turned away eight shows and tallied three ground balls at Albany (Feb. 28) ... Registered 12 saves versus Quinnipiac (March 4) ... Notched 18 saves and three ground balls at Georgetown (March 8) ... Named Ivy League Player of the Week March 10 ... Posted 11 saves, two ground balls and one caused turnover versus Brown (March 15) ... Registered eight saves two ground balls at North Carolina (March 18) ... Contributed 10 saves against Dartmouth (March 22) ... Tallied eight saves and picked up three ground balls at Duke (March 29) ... Notched nine saves and one ground ball at Cornell (April 5) ... Recorded five saves and two ground balls against Boston University (April 8) ... Made 10 saves and picked up two ground balls at Penn (April 12).
Appeared in two games and posted a 10.82 goals-against average.
Played in nine games, starting seven ... Made 74 saves and posted a 10.61 goals-against average ... Owned a 3-4 overall record ... Recorded 11 saves and picked up a ground ball in career debut at Duke (March 12) ... Stopped six shots and grabbed two ground balls in overtime win over Brown (March 17) ... Made seven saves in victory against Dartmouth (March 24) ... Turned aside 11 shots at Massachusetts (March 27) ... Stopped 10 shots and picked up three ground balls against Michigan (March 31) ... Made a career-high 12 saves and collected a career-best three ground balls at Cornell (April 7) ... Recorded three saves and added a ground ball against Quinnipiac (April 10) ... Stopped eight shots and snared two ground balls at Penn (April 14) ... Made one stop in 14:38 of action against Princeton (April 21).
Ranked No. 26 incoming freshman by Inside Lacrosse ... Lettered four times in lacrosse and two times in football at Wantagh … Named U.S. Lacrosse All-American and Under Armour All-American in lacrosse as a senior … All-Nassau County and Academic All-Nassau County as a junior and senior … Rated as the No. 1 goalie and No. 10 overall player in the class of 2011 by ESPN Rise … Selected all-conference in football in 2010 … Led lacrosse team to Nassau County Class B championship in 2010 … Named U.S. Army national scholar-athlete award winner in 2011 … Member of the marching band, wind ensemble and jazz band … Winner of the John Philip Sousa Band Award in 2011 … Father, Ed, graduated from North Carolina State in 1979 and was a two-time captain of the lacrosse team.