Men's soccer head man earned 132nd career win, most in program history
2007: Started nine of the 11 games in which he saw playing time...scored one goal, the first of his collegiate career...part of a Lafayette defense that gave up just 12 goals all season...started against St. Francis (8/31) in season opener...part of a defense that shutout Davidson (9/7)...part of defensive effort that held UNC Greensboro (9/9) to just one goal...defense limited Manhattan's offense (9/25) to just four shots, including none in the first half, in 2-0 Lafayette win...earned a start vs. No. 20 West Virginia (10/31)...scored the first goal of his career in 4-0 shutout of NJIT (11/06).
2006: Started two of the three games in which he played...part of a defense that held opponents to just 1.15 goals per game...named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2005: Did not see any playing time as a freshman due to injury.
High School: Played on FC Greater Boston Bolts who won the Massachusetts state championship and reached the regional finals in 2003.
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