Overall: Will enter the 2000 campaign ranked 10th in school history in goals scored with 62 . . . needs 14 points to become only the 12th player in school history to record 100 or more points . . .
1999: Led the team in scoring with 21 goals and 9 assists, totaling 30 points . . . started 12 of 12 games . . . picked up 37 ground balls . . . also notched a team-leading two game-winning goals, vs. Lafayette (3/31) and Manhattan (4/21) . . . netted four goals in a 17-4 win over Manhattan (4/21) . . . scored four goals in a 15-8 loss at Radford (3/27) . . . tallied three goals in an 11-10 overtime loss to Bucknell (3/10) . . . also notched three goals against Hartford (4/27) . . . led Seawolves with two goals in a 7-0 win over Air Force (3/19) . . . improved career totals to 62 goals, 24 assists and 86 points.
1998: Emerged as team's top offensive player, scoring 28 goals and 13 assists . . . scored game-winning goal versus Dartmouth . . . started all 12 games . . . recorded nine multiple goals games . . . recorded career-high five goals in win over Dartmouth (3/28) . . . netted four goals versus Regis (3/14) and Hartford (4/11) . . . fired a team-high 75 shots . . . notched the hat trick versus Boston College (3/11) . . . scored twice versus Colgate (3/7), Denver (3/19), Lafayette (4/1), UMBC (4/18) and Yale (4/29) . . . also tallied against Radford (4/4) and North Carolina 4/26 . . named Stony Brook Athlete of the Week (3/30).
1997: Played in all 13 games as one of Stony Brook's top newcomers . . . netted 13 goals and set up two others for 15 points on the season . . . fired 33 shots at opponents' goals and picked up 26 ground balls . . . scored first SB goal at Boston College (3/19) . . . recorded hat trick against Dartmouth (3/29) . . . had back-to-back two goal games at Lafayette (4/2) and Penn State (4/5) . . . closed out season with three goals against Yale (4/30).
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Bethpage High School . . . named to All-County team as a senior . . . played for state championship team (1996) . . . also played football and basketball for the Eagles.