Awards/Honors: 2015 American Athletic Conference Second Team 2015 American Athletic Conference Most Outstanding Defensive Player of the Tournament 2015 American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team Two-Time American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week (10/5/15 & 9/8/14) 2014 American Athletic Conference All-Rookie Team
2015 (Sophomore): Started all 24 matches, playing all by 26 minutes of the season… named the 2015 American Athletic Conference Most Outstanding Defensive Player of the Tournament and earned a spot on the all-tournament team after scoring the game-winner in overtime against top-seeded UConn in a 3-2 semifinal decision… selected as the conference’s defensive player of the week (10/5) following a pair of home shutouts against the Florida schools, including a 1-0 upset of No. 18 USF… assisted on the game-winner at Colorado College (9/6)… scored twice in a 3-0 rout of East Carolina (10/16) and added one more two days later against Evansville (10/18)… part of a defensive unit that posted 12 shut-outs on the year, including eight at home (7-0-1)… garnered American Athletic Conference Second Team accolades along with OCSA All-Ohio and OCSA Academic All-Ohio First Team selections.
2014 (Freshman): Started all 20 matches… tallied nine points (4G-1A) on the year… anchored a backline that posted eight shutouts… named to the American Athletic Conference's All-Rookie Team… netted two goals in the rout of Eastern Kentucky (9/5)… named American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week for efforts against Eastern Kentucky and St. Francis (9/8)… tallied one goal in the win over Syracuse (9/21)… assisted on one goal in the win over UConn (9/28)… scored one goal in the 3-0 win at East Carolina (10/3).
High School: Attended Louis Riel but did not play soccer with the school… competed for FC Capital United and Team Ontario… served as the team captain with FC Capital United… aided FC Capital United to win the league in 2013 and finish second in the province… selected to play with Team Ontario and suited up for the 2013 Canada Games.