General: Talented three-point shooter and tremendous at the free throw line...versatile scorer.
2012-13:Named to the Academic All-Patriot League Team...played in every game, making 17 starts and averaged 28.8 minutes per game...fourth on the team with 9.6 points per game and second in three-pointers made (65)...scored 15 points, all in the second half, in the Patriot League Championship game...hit three treys in the semifinal win over Lehigh (3/9)...put in 11 points in the Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal win over Holy Cross (3/6)...netted 12 points and hit two threes at Colgate (2/27)...had a career-high six rebounds in the win over Lehigh (2/24)...scored 14 points off the bench in Lafayette's win over Bucknell (2/16)...led Lafayette with 15 points on four threes at Navy (2/9)...netted 12 points against Colgate (1/30)...added 13 points at Lehigh (1/27)..scored eight points against Holy Cross (1/23)...added 14 points in the win over Navy (1/12)...set a new career high with five assists at Penn (1/8)...scored a team-high 17 points on 5-of-6 shooting from three at Stanford (12/29)...added 10 points at Minnesota (12/22)...netted 10 points and tied a career high with four assists in the win over Sacred Heart (12/9)...had a career-high four steals at Fairleigh Dickinson (12/7)...netted nine points, including 4-of-5 at the line in the win over St. Francis Pa. (12/4)...scored 13 points on 4-of-6 shooting, including three three's, in 36 minutes against Delaware (11/28/12)...had eight points vs. Princeton (11/25)...drained four treys and scored 14 points at Maryland (11/20)...Set new career-highs with 23 points on seven threes at Morehead State (11/18)...netted six points on two threes at Kentucky (11/16)...was 4-of-5 from the field, including 2-for-2 from three for 12 points against LIU-Brooklyn (11/12)...started and scored seven points against St. Francis N.Y. (11/9).
2011-12:Played in 22 games, making three starts...averaged 20 minutes, 5.6 points and shot 45.7% from beyond the arc, which ranked third in the Patriot League...scored five points before leaving with an ankle injury in the first half vs. Navy (2/4)...had four points against American (1/28)...netted a career-high 13 points on 5-of-5 from the field including three treys at Colgate (1/25)...Hit a three-pointer vs. Lehigh (1/22)...contributed three points at Holy Cross (1/19)...scored five points vs. Bucknell (1/14)...hit a three vs. Army (1/11)...Sank two threes at Navy (1/7)...hit three threes off the bench vs. Penn (1/4)...scored 3 points and had two steals at NJIT (1/2)...hit a three-pointer at Columbia (12/30)...scored 11 points and dished out a career-high four assists vs. Monmouth (12/28)...played 20 minutes off the bench at Vanderbilt (12/21)...netted seven points in 22 minutes off the bench at Penn State (12/7)...scored eight points and grabbed five boards vs. Long Island (12/5)...had two steals and nine points at Princeton (11/30)...netted six points in 13 minutes off the bench at Delaware (11/26)...started and played 28 minutes vs. Wagner (11/19)...scored 12 points and was 3-4 from beyond the arc in his first career start vs. St. Francis N.Y. (11/16)...knocked down a three-pointer at St. Francis Pa. (11/14)...played 23 minutes off the bench and scored five points at La Salle (11/11).
High School: All-State and Academic All-State selections in 2009 to go along with conference MVP honors...spent a prep year at New Hampton School in New Hampshire, helping guide his squad to a 21-13 record and its first NEPSAC final since 2002...played high school ball at Regis Jesuit in Aurora, Colo., guiding his team to consecutive Colorado 5A state titles in 2009 and 2010 while also collecting Continental League championships in the process...in Colorado State Tournament play, he averaged 19 points per game and shot 59 percent from the floor and 94 percent from the line...in 2010, he averaged 19 points, four assists, three rebounds and three steals per game, earning Colorado State Tournament MVP honors as part of a 27-1 team...in his junior year, his team posted a 26-2 mark when he contributed 15 points, five assists, three steals and three rebounds per game.
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