Notable Performances: Ended the season ranked second on the team in points (77), assists (41), and goals (36) … Played in 17 of the 18 games missing 1/21 at Rochester due to COVID-19 … Totaled 3 game winning goals, 55 loose balls, 6 power-play goals, 10 power-play assists and 149 shots … Recorded 6 hat tricks … Against Rochester (3/4) totaled a season best 8 points and scored a season high 5 goals while scoring the game-winning overtime goal … Second best performance was against Halifax (3/12) after dishing out a season best 5 assists and scoring 2 goals for 7 points … Gave out three assists or more during 9 games.
2019-20: Named the 2020 NLL MVP after finishing the season 73 points (31G, 42A), 65 loose balls, and a 20.8 shooting percentage … Netted his 9th hat trick of the season, simultaneously handing out 3 assists against the Wings (3/8) … Led the team with 9 points (2G, 7A) against the Roughnecks (2/22) … Scored 3 goals – the 7th consecutive game with a hat trick, an NLL record dating back to 2005 – and finished with 7 points in consecutive games against the Wings (1/31) … Posted 7 points (3G, 4A) and collected 8 loose balls against the Black Wolves (1/26) … Led the team with 7 points (3G, 4A) and 9 loose balls against Rochester in the Season Opener (11/30).
2018-19: Posted 80 points (31G, 49A) and 69 loose balls with a 20.5 S%. Added 8 points (2G 6A) in the postseason. 2018-19 marks his fifth consecutive season of recording 30+ goals.
2017-18: Recorded 85 points (33G, 52A), 75 loose balls and caused 3 turnovers, finishing with a .191 SPCT. Added on 6 points (1G, 5A) and collected 3 loose balls in the postseason. Set a new career-high in single season assists and led the team in assists with 52 and scored 30 or more goals for the fourth-straight season.
2017: Scored 84 points (39G, 45A), scooped up 75 loose balls and caused 3 turnovers. Added 22 points (8G, 14A) in the NLL Playoffs, plus 14 loose balls.
2016: Scored 83 points (40G, 43A) and gathered 75 loose balls in 18 games. Led the Swarm in shooting percentage (minimum 100 shots on goal) with .226.
2015: Led the Swarm in points (78), goals (30) and assists (48) in 18 games.
2014: Recorded 51 points (18G, 33A) and 56 loose balls during 18 games … Tallied a point in every game this season.
2013: Set a new team record for points in a rookie season with 63 (24G, 39A) and grabbed 54 loose balls … Named to the 2013 NLL All-Rookie team and recorded two NLL Rookie of the Week honors.
2012: Finished his senior season at Limestone (DII) with 71 points (27G, 44A) in 19 games.
2011: With Limestone University, scored 32 goals and dished out program record 50 assists for 82 points … Point total ranks fifth in program history for single season … Added 29 ground balls and 6 caused turnovers … Named USILA First-Team All-American, Jac Coyne/Lacrosse Magazine Online National Division II Player of the Year and All-American and Conference Carolinas Co-Player of the Year (with teammate Riley Loewen) … Named as a finalist for the prestigious Tewaaraton Award, given to the best lacrosse player in all three NCAA Divisions … Selection was first in program history … National leader in points (4.82) and assists (2.94) per game.
2010: Onondaga (NJCAA) – Named 2010 NJCAA Player of the Year after leading the Lazers in goals (58), assists (63) and points (121) … Helped team to 16-3 overall record, including impressive 17-4 victory over CCBC-Essex in the NJCAA National Championship Game.
2009: Played in 15 of 16 games for undefeated NJCAA National Championship team … Helped lead team to perfect 16-0-0 record.
Selected by the Swarm in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 2012 NLL Entry Draft (10/1/2012).
Awards & Achievements
2020 : NLL Most Valuable Player