Signed with Spezia Calcio in Italy’s Serie B straight of his SLU career.
2014 • Senior | Game-by-Statistics
Atlantic 10 Conference Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Conference pick … first-team NSCAA All-American … Hermann Trophy semifinalist … led the Billikens in scoring with 30 points (14G, 2A) … first Billiken since Brian McBride (1990-93) to lead the Billikens in scoring all four years … was second among all active NCAA Division I scorers with 97 career points (41G, 15A) in 2014-15 … recorded six game-winning goals … scored a goal and assisted on another in the Billikens’ NCAA Tournament victory against Tulsa… scored twice in the A-10 Championship opener against La Salle … scored the game-winning goal against VCU in the regular-season finale that helped the Billikens secure the No. 2 seed in the A-10 Championship … scored in back-to-back games against George Mason and Duquesne … had a stretch of scoring a goal in five straight games, including the golden goal in the win at nationally ranked Creighton … scored twice in the win against Central Arkansas … scored two goals in the victory against Virginia Tech.
2013 • Junior | Game-by-Game Stats
Third-team All-America selection by the NSCAA for the second straight season … first-team All-Conference … SLU’s leading scorer with 25 points (10G, 5A) … finished second in the A-10 in points and goals … appeared in all but one match, starting 12 … named A-10 Player of the Week after scoring two goals in back-to-back games against Louisville and Saint Joseph’s … in the A-10 Championship, scored against UMass in the quarterfinals and registered an assist versus La Salle in semifinals … had a stretch of six straight games in which he posted at least one point (Oct. 19 vs. Dayton through Nov. 8 at Rhode Island) … had game-winning goals against Denver, Central Arkansas and Saint Joseph’s … assisted on the Billikens’ game-winning goal against Northern Illinois … scored the season opener against Oral Roberts … named to the Hermann Trophy Watch List during the preseason.
2012 • Sophomore | Game-by-Game Stats
Third-team All-America selection by the NSCAA … one of 15 semifinalists for the Hermann Trophy … first-team All-Conference … led the Billikens with 27 points (11G, 5A), the most points by a Billiken since 2008 … third in the A-10 in goals and fifth in points … had three game-winning goals to rank tie for fourth in the league … tied for second in the A-10 with five goals during conference play … named to the A-10 All-Championship team despite missing the title game due to an injury … scored the Billikens’ lone goal in the NCAA Tournament against Fairleigh Dickinson … scored a goal and added an assist in the A-10 semifinal victory against La Salle … scored a goal and registered an assist in the final regular season games of the season against George Washington and Butler … earned A-10 Player of the Week honors Oct. 15 after scoring back-to-back game-winning goals against VCU and Richmond … the goal against VCU was a golden goal in double overtime … tied a career high with two goals, including the game winner, against Central Arkansas … scored a goal and added an assist in the win at No. 7 Creighton … scored a goal in the Billikens’ win against UMKC.
2011 • Freshman | Game-by-Game Stats
Named to the A-10 All-Rookie squad ... led the Billikens in scoring with six goals and 14 points (6G, 2A) ... collected A-10 Rookie of the Week honors Oct. 17 ... all six goals came in A-10 play, which ranked him timed for second in the A-10 in that category ... his 14 points in A-10 games was third in the league ... registered at least one point in five straight games, and five of the final six contests ... scored in the season finale against Charlotte ... registered a goal and an assist in the win against Dayton ... tallied a career-high two scores at La Salle ... assisted on Jon Roeckle's goal at Fordham ... scored game winners in consecutive contests against Duquesne and St. Bonaventure, which drew him A-10 Rookie of the Week honors.
Earned first-team All-State plaudits after ranking as one of the St. Louis area's leading scorers with 27 goals and eight assists ... tabbed a first-team All-Metro pick by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ... named the 2010 Suburban South Conference Player of the Year ... led the Vikings to a 17-5-2 record, the best mark in school history, his senior year ... called to the U.S. Soccer U-18 team camp and is a member of the St. Louis Scott Gallagher U.S. Soccer Development Academy team.