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Position: A
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 195
Year: Junior
Hometown: Caledon, ONT, Canada
High School: The Hill Academy
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Fourth year on the Hofstra Lacrosse roster…Team Captain…Enters 2011 with a 28-game point scoring streak…2011 Preseason All-CAA selection by Face-Off Yearbook…2010: USILA All-American honorable mention...All-CAA first team selection …Played and started in 13 games…Tied for the team lead in points with 53 and led the Pride in assists with 22…Ranked seventh in Division I in points per game (4.08), 13th in assists (1.69) and 19th in goals (2.38)…Tallied 31 goals including nine multi-goal games…Posted a career-high with eight points on five goals and three assists against Army…Notched four goals against Maryland, Jacksonville and Sacred Heart…Recorded three goals and three assists against Delaware at the opening of the New Meadowlands Stadium…Posted seven multi-assist games including four against Johns Hopkins and three versus Sacred Heart, Army, Manhattan, Delaware…Netted five man-up goals on the season including two against both Army and Maryland…Posted one game-winning goal…Tallied seven points against Sacred Heart and six points against Johns Hopkins and Delaware…Picked up 31 ground balls including five against Johns Hopkins and four against Delaware…Led the CAA in assists (1.69), was second in points (4.08) and third in goals (2.38)…Took 78 shots with a season high of nine against Princeton and Army…2010 Preseason All-CAA selection by Face-Off Yearbook… 2009: USILA All-American honorable mention…CAA Player of the Year…All-CAA first team selection… Started all 15 games and led the team with 35 goals and 44 points…Led the CAA and was 16th in the country in goals average with a 2.33 mark…Was third in the conference and 42nd in Division I in points average with a 2.93 average…Recorded 10 multi-goal games including five goals against Delaware at Giants Stadium in the Big City Classic, and four against both Brown and North Carolina…Notched three goals against Massachusetts, Army, Drexel Stony Brook and Villanova…Recorded seven game-winning goals and five man-up goals…Tied his career-high with seven points against Delaware (5-2)…Tallied five points against Massachusetts and Brown…Tallied nine assists including two against Delaware and Massachusetts…Sixth on the team with 30 ground balls including five at Army and four against Stony Brook…Took 102 shots with 64 on goal… Named to 2009 Preseason All-CAA Team by Inside Lacrosse Face-off Yearbook and by the CAA coaches…Named to the ILF All-World Team in 2009 after scoring 22 goals in seven games and helping lead Canada to a second-place finish at the 2008 ILF Under-19 World Championships …2008: CAA Rookie of the Year and All-Rookie Team selectionAlso named to All-CAA second teamThree-time CAA Player of the Week …Played in all 16 games on the starting attack as a freshman…Was second on the team in goals and points with 27 goals and 39 points…Was third on the team in assists with 12…Recorded eight multiple-goal games, including five against Sacred Heart, four, including the game-winner in overtime, against Johns Hopkins, and three against Drexel, Delaware, Villanova and Robert Morris…Had game-winning goals against Hopkins, Villanova and Sacred Heart and three man-up goals… Posted seven points against Sacred Heart… Had a 14-game point scoring streak stopped in the NCAA Championship first round at Hopkins…Took 78 shots on the season, including a season-high 10 against Robert Morris…Picked up 17 ground balls, including six against Towson…High School: Played lacrosse and hockey in high school…Graduated from The Hill Academy in 2007…Tallied 31 goals and 27 assists en route to Male Athlete of the Year honors…Was a student at St. Andrew’s College before attending The Hill Academy…Led the Saints of St. Andrew’s to the 2006 Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Athletic Association championship, posting 56 goals and 28 assists…Earned Stan Cockerton Graduating Midget Offensive Player of the Year accolades in 2005…Was St. Andrew’s Athlete of the Year in 2003…Outstanding box lacrosse player who recorded 56 goals and 28 assists in 2006 on his way to Junior “B” Rookie of the Year and All-Star honors…Member of box lacrosse championship teams in 2003 and 2005…Personal: Born August 12, 1989…Has two sisters and one brother…Sister, Whitney, played lacrosse at Canisius College…Began playing lacrosse at age 4…Also recruited by Virginia…Marketing major.

 

Year           GP      Sht.         G         A         Pts.     GB

2008           16       78           27       12       39       17

2009           15       102         35       9          44       30

2010           13       78           31       22       53       31

Career        44       258         93       44       136     78

 

 


 

 

 

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