2011: Big, talented senior returns for his final season as a starter at center defender where he'll use size and strength to manhandle opponents…can take the ball up the field and attack with exceptional ballhandling skills…has a knack for getting out of tight spots…possesses excellent vision and is a very accurate passer…has an excellent air game and will be continue to be a huge asset on corner kicks…top communicator on the defensive side of the ball…one of the toughest marking defenders in the country…relishes matchups with opponents' top offensive threat…must avoid penalty situations to help the squad…should vie for all-conference honors.
2010: Although the club surrendered eight more goals than the year before, the junior center defender stood out during a difficult campaign…started all 14 matches in which he played…his first career goal at TMC came with 22 seconds remaining in regulation to tie Concordia (10/23/10) in a match that eventually wound up 1-1…named an NCCAA Scholar-Athlete.
2009: The NCAA Division I transfer made a seamless
transition to NAIA ball and became a vital part of one of the
country's premier defenses…started all 24 matches in which he
played and contributed mightily to 14 shutouts…his only point of
the season came on an assist during a 4-2 doubling up of Fresno
Pacific on 9/30/09.