Concentrations: Conflict and Threat: War and Disease; The Translated World
2011: Named to NESCAC Football All-Conference Second Team Defense…. Tied for the conference lead with five interceptions, heading a ballhawking Bates defense that picked off 15 passes all season, second only to Amherst…. Returned his five pickoffs for a total of 96 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown return in Bates’ win at Williams…. Also made a career-high 37 tackles (30 solo) and tied for eighth in the NESCAC in passes defended, with seven…. Had interceptions against Amherst, Tufts, Williams, Bowdoin and Hamilton…. Career-high nine tackles against Middlebury…. Eight solo tackles at Colby…. Became Bates’ first All-NESCAC cornerback since Pat Boyaggi ’03 in 2002…. Received the Ritter Football/Academic Award.
2011: Named to the All-NESCAC Second Team Defense as a junior cornerback…. First Bates All-NESCAC cornerback since Pat Boyaggi ’03 in 2002…. Led the conference with five interceptions, returning them for a total of 96 yards…. Returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown in the Bates’ win against Williams…. Made a career high 37 tackles (30 solo) and tied for eighth in the NESCAC in passes defended with seven
2010: Played in all eight games, having started in two…. Ended the season with 16 total tackles (13 solo)…. Was credited with one interception returned for 18 yards, two breakups, three passes defended, and one fumble recovery
2009: Played in all eight games, having started in seven…. Totaled 24 tackles (17 solo) with one sack tackle for a loss (nine yards)…. Two interceptions for an eight yard loss and one forced fumble…. Had a team high ten breakups and 12 passes defended