Senior (2010) ... Earned the start in U-M's 2-2 tie against Seattle (Sept. 12) ... Made his season-debut in U-M's 2-1 overtime win against Detroit (Sept. 1).
Junior (2009) ... Played in 17 games, with 15 starts... Recorded two goals and one assist on the season... Posted eight shots... Made his debut as a starter against Notre Dame (Sept. 1)... Scored his first career goal against Lipscomb (Sept. 13)...Also registered shots against Notre Dame (Sept. 1) and Wright State (Sept. 11)... Picked up his second goal of the season in U-M's 5-1 win over Western Michigan (Sept. 19)... Recorded two shots on goal against Western Michigan (Sept. 19)... Picked up his first assist of the season on the game-winning goal against Cincinnati (Oct. 14).
Sophomore (2008) ... Played in 15 games, making eight starts ... Tallied two points on two assists ... Scored a goal in PKs to help advance past Wisconsin in the first round of the Big Ten Championship (Nov. 13) ... Tallied an assist at Detroit (Sept. 19) ... Registered first career point by assisting on the game-winning goal vs. San Diego State (Sept. 5) ... Made season debut as a reserve vs. Wisconsin-Green Bay (Aug. 29).
Freshman (2007) ... Played in two games, earning starts in each of them ... Took one shot in collegiate debut vs. Michigan State (Oct. 14).
Prep ... Birmingham Groves (2007) ... Four-year letterwinner ... Two-time all-state (2005-06) ... Two-time all-region (2005-06) ... Three-time all-league (2004-06) ... Lettered in tennis.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Engineering.
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