Former Rambler becomes first Olympic medalist in Loyola history
Team USA opens pool play on Sunday (Aug. 7)
Two-time NCAA champion to compete in Rio Olympics
Ramblers become the fourth team in NCAA history to win back-to-back national titles
Ramblers will compete for the national title for the second straight year
Photos from Loyola's national championship victory over Lewis
Photos from Loyola vs. UC Irvine
vs. Penn State
Photos from Loyola's national semifinal vs UC Irvine
+ AVCA National Player of the Year - 2015
2014: Started 25 contests...Recorded a career-high 24 kills in the NCAA Championship semifinal match against Penn State...Named MIVA Player of the Year...AVCA First Team All-American...Volleyball Magazine Second Team All-American...Led the team in kills (321) and digs (185)...Named to MIVA Academic All-Conference Team.
2013: Started in all 31 games he played in, seeing action in 108 sets...ranked second on the team in kills with 344 while hitting .340...First Team All-MIVA selection...named MIVA Freshman of the Year...made collegiate debut in Loyola's season-opener against then No. 7 Long Beach State, tallying four kills and three blocks...racked up a career-high 19 kills on two separate occasions, against IPFW (2/20) and Ohio State (3/1)...also pounded out 15 kills in Loyola's victory over Lewis (4/27) in the MIVA Championship game en route to being named to the All-Championship team...Ranked second on the team with 22 service aces...earned MIVA Academic All-Conference honors.
High School: Named 2012 Chicago Area Player of the Year and Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Year after leading Wheaton Warrenville South High School to the 2012 national championship, wrapping up an undefeated season (42-0)...three-year varsity player, selected team captain his senior year...named to Volleyball Magazine's "Fab 50" seniors for the 2012 class...played for Sports Performance B18 Mizuno club team, earning a spot on the Junior Nationals All-Tournament Team in 2012...selected as Best Attacker at Palos Points Series and an alternate to U.S. National Youth Team in 2012.