At Charlotte: 2013 - Played an integral role in helping the 49ers capture the Conference USA Tournament title and earn a national seed in the NCAA Tournament. Saw action in 20 games with 17 starts. Led the team with six assists. Scored a goal in the 49ers win over Campbell (September 21). Assisted on the 49ers first goal of the season in a road win at Denver (August 30). Assisted on both of Charlotte's goals in a home win over UCF (September 24). Also tallied assists in 49ers wins over Clemson, FIU and against UAB in the Conference USA Tournament. 2012 - Saw action in all 22 of Charlotte's games with 11 starts. Started seven straight games from October 7 through October 28. Scored the game-winning goal in the 49ers 2-1 double overtime win at UCF. Recorded three assists including assisting on the game-tying goal in the closing seconds of regulation in the 49ers win over Denver. Assisted on the game-winning goal in the 49ers win over Masaschusetts. Also assisted on a goal in the 49ers win over Stony Brook. Finished the season with 15 shots.2011 - Saw action in 11 games, including seven as a starter, before suffering a season-ending ACL injury at #3 Maryland. Tallied a goal and three assists for five points. Scored the opening goal and an assist in a 3-1 win at Clemson. Assisted on the game-winning goal vs. #27 UNC Greensboro. Picked up an assist in a 2-0 victory over Campbell. 2010 - Scored a goal in Charlotte's wins over Memphis, George Washington and Massachusetts. Recorded four assists including two assists in Charlotte's win over Saint Louis. Saw action in 19 games with 13 starts.
At Jay M. Robinson: Member of the United States U-18 National Team Player Pool and attended U-18 National Team Development Camp in Carson, Calif., in December 2008. Played for the North Carolina ‘91 Olympic Development Program Summer Team from 2002-08 and was Region III ODP Champions in January 2008. Four-year varsity starter at Jay M. Robinson High School and helped team to MECA 7 Conference Championship in 2008 as a team captain. Named MECA Conference Player, Region 8 and Piedmont Player of the Year. Named to North Carolina Coaches All-State Team. Set school record for scoring in a career and single season. Also played basketball and football in high school. Member of National Society for High School Scholars.
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