|2010: A born scorer, this starting forward's task
is to attack the net and score a lot of goals…his ability to get by
defenders and beat opposing goalies will be the difference between
a mediocre or a lethal offense…possesses blazing speed, power, and
skill, ingredients for a lot of successful shots on goal…possesses
superior ball control and strikes it with authority…in the club's
offensive alignment, he will have many chances to work closely with
teammates, a real key especially when he is marked by multiple
defenders…should score in double figures.
2009: Splitting his time between a valuable reserve role and a starting spot, the club's fastest player sped his way to the third-most points (17)…thrived as a starter, tallying four of his six goals and all five of his assists in 13 starts…had a trio of game-winning goals, including one in the 83rd minute vs. Westminster of Utah (1-0) on 8/28/09 and another against Biola (2-1) on 10/31/09.
2008: Utilizing amazing ball skills and blazing speed, the second-year forward became the club's go-to scorer and responded with a team-high 21 points (nine goals, three assists), the fourth-best mark in the GSAC…scored a career-high two goals against William Jessup on 9/6/08…may have played his finest match of the season against Cal State Bakersfield on 10/7/08 when he scored the game-winning goal in overtime and added an assist in the Mustangs' 2-1 win…had three more game-winning tallies, highlighted by the only score in a first-round GSAC Tournament victory over Fresno Pacific on 11/5/08…named to the All-GSAC squad and was an NCCAA All-American second-team selection.
2007: Talented first-year player meshed in nicely and gave the squad another potent scoring threat…came off the bench early in the campaign but became a regular by the season's sixth match, winding up with two goals and two assists…tallied his first collegiate goal in that match, a 5-2 victory over Cal State San Marcos on 9/15/07…scored what proved to be the game-winner in a 2-1, NCCAA Tournament semifinal win over Indiana Wesleyan on 11/17/07.