2012: Played every minute of seven Ivy League games in goal… Third in the Ivy League in save percentage (.814) and saves per game (4.07)… Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after posting first career shutout in 1-0 win over Cornell… Shared the team’s Captain Cup Award, which is presented by the seniors to the freshman that represents the program well on and off the field… Made a season-high nine saves in the 2-2 tie at Brown.
Off the Field: Played semi-pro for Alabama FC, named to the All-South team, and awarded goalkeeper of the year for the team's region (summer 2013)... Shadowed a trauma nurse, ER doctor and observed surgeries at Huntsville Hospital (summer 2013)...Volunteer in a community service program for Top Soccer as a peer coach to help teach autistic children how to play soccer (2012 - present)…Volunteer at Manna House distributing food to the needy (2011 – present)…Worked as an intern at Johnson and Hayes Physical Therapy Clinic (2009)
Before Yale: Alabama Player of the Year as a junior at Huntsville High School… Posted 35 shutouts in a 12-month span, ranging from State League to ECNL and international play… TopDrawerSoccer Top 100 Player To Watch, No. 36 (No. 4 goalkeeper)… Helped Huntsville to three state championships… Two-year member of the Region III Olympic Development Program… Participated in the ODP Region III Germany and Argentina training tours.
Personal: U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award recipient… Father Marc was captain of the soccer team at Cumberland College.
Why Yale? “After visiting the campus and meeting with the team and coaches, I knew that Yale was the place for me. I am looking forward to the great academic and athletic opportunities that Yale has to offer.”