2009: Named to the All-Horizon League Second Team...rounded out Loyola career in third place in school history with 174 shots...finished the season tied for second on the team in goals (2) and second in assists (2)...led the team with 56 shots taken, good for a tie for second place in Loyola single-season history...started all 16 matches at forward...recorded a goal as well as an assist on the game-winning goal against Canisius (9/6)...tallied other goal against DePaul (10/14)...recorded an assist against Valparaiso (9/27).
2008: Appeared in just 13 matches after battling injuries throughout the season...tallied goals against Santa Clara, Valparaiso and the eventual game-winner at Denver...dished out two assists in Loyola's 4-1 win over Valparaiso in the first round of the Horizon League Tournament...first Rambler ever to be chosen to the Missouri Athletics Club's Hermann Trophy Watch List, selected by Division I head coaches who are current members of the NSCAA, prior to the start of the season... the award is considered men's soccer's highest individual honor, as it is given to the sport's best Division I athlete.
2007: Had one of the most prolific offensive seasons in Loyola history...Horizon League Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Horizon League selection...named to the Horizon League All-Tournament Team...earned NSCAA and College Soccer News Third Team All-America honors to become Loyola's first-ever All-American...also recognized on the NSCAA/adidas All-Great Lakes Region First Team...ranked fifth in the NCAA in goals per game (0.79) and ninth in points per game (1.68)...his 15 goals ranks third on Loyola's single-season chart, while his 32 points ranks tied for fourth...two-time Horizon League Player of the Week honoree (9/24 and 10/15)...twice named to Soccer America's National Team of the Week (9/24 and 10/15)...recorded hat tricks against Cincinnati (8/31) and Wright State (10/12)...led the Horizon League in goals (15), goals per game (0.79) and game-winning goals (7)...scored the eventual match-winner in all five League victories to help the Ramblers capture their first-ever outright regular-season League title...scored at least one goal in 11 of Loyola's 19 matches...Loyola was 8-1-2 when he scored a goal and 10-1-2 when he tallied a point...his 32 points were the most by a Rambler since Dave Schack (34) in 1984 and his 15 goals were the most since Schack tallied 16 in 1984...is the first Rambler ever to be named League Player of the Year...named Loyola's Male Athlete of the Year...also saluted as Loyola's Most Valuable Player.
2006: Member of All-Horizon League Newcomer Team...tied for team lead with three game-winning goals...second on team with five goals and third with 11 points...second on team with 35 shot attempts...scored first two career goals against Buffalo (9/9)...credited with game-winning goals against Wright State (9/30) and at Xavier (9/15)...earned first career assist on game-winning goal against Eastern Illinois (9/10).
High School: Missouri Class 1 Player of the Year in 2005...Missouri Class 1 Co-Player of the Year in 2004...three-time all-state selection...four-year starter...two-time team captain...named to the NSCAA All-Midwest Region Team...two-time NSCAA All-State selection...finished career with 108 goals...played club soccer for the Kansas City Legends, helping them to state titles in 2004 and 2005.