2009: Tied for team lead with five victories and third with a 4.91 earned run average... Struck out 49 in 51.1 innings, both second on the squad, while walking just nine batters, fewest among starters... 49 Ks and .259 opponent's batting average were ranked fifth in the UAA... Pitched at least six innings in six of his eight starts, and earned decisions in seven of eight to finish 5-2... Won back-to-back starts in double-headers against RIT and Springfield, March 21 and 28... Tossed seven inning complete games against both foes... His second career complete game was an eight-hitter against the Tigers, while his third was and eight-K, four-hit performance against the Pride... Also struck out eight in 7.2 innings of a 9-2 win over Salem State on April 17... Top performance came April 24 against Endicott College, when he came two outs shy of the first complete-game shutout of his career... Scattered three hits over 8.1 innings and fanned a career-high 10 batters... 2008: With a team-high 10 starts, was the only Brandeis pitcher to make only starting appearances... Went 4-1 for the second straight year to lead the squad in win-loss percentage... Tied for team-high with 60 innings pitched... Was second with 49 strikeouts and third with a 4.50 earned-run average, walking just eight batters...Opening day starter tossed 8.1 scoreless innings, scattering five hits and striking out three in a 5-0 win over Washington (Md.) College, March 9... Suffered the loss in a UAA start in this second outing, as the Judges fell to Washington (Mo.) University, 10-4... Earned the win next time out with 5.2 innings of five-hit ball, striking out five in an 11-7 over Salve Regina, March 27... Earned no-decisions in his next four starts, all one-run games...Won two of last three starts, including a seven-inning stint against UMass-Boston on April 23... Didn't get a decision, but struck out a career-high eight of the 12 batters he faced in a 17-0 rout of Albertus Magnus, April 30... Pitched the Judges into the ECAC tournament semifinals with 7.2 innings of four-hit ball in opening round against Rivier College... Struck out seven and walked none in the 5-0 victory, throwing 52 strikes and just 10 balls to earn UAA Pitcher of the Week honors... 2007: Earned second-team All-UAA honors as he emerged as the team's No. 3 starter... Led the team with a 2.25 ERA... Was second in wins with a 4-1 record, in innings pitched 48 and in strikeouts with 29... Eight walks allowed was fewest among starters... Pitched at least six innings in five of his six starts, while allowing one or fewer runs in five of his eight appearances... Earned a win in first collegiate appearance by allowing just one hit and one unearned run in a 13-2 win over Case Western Reserve, March 15... Two days later, entered in relief and held Case at bay, allowing just one run in another five innings of work, after the Spartans had scored 10 in the first three innings... Scattered eight hits in 6.1 innings of his first start up north, striking out five and walking just one as the Judges defeated Roger Williams, 1-0, in nine innings... Against Wheaton on April 21, threw his first collegiate complete game as he scattered 11 hits and struck out five against the top team in New England in a 6-5 win... In wins over UMass-Dartmouth, April 1, and Becker College, April 28, had career-highs with 8.1 innings pitched and six strikeouts... The Judges won those games, 6-3, and 10-1, respectively... Academic/Extracurricular: Economics major... High School: Native of Concord, Mass.... 2006 graduate of Concord-Carlisle High School... Three-year starter at CCHS, playing third base, outfield and pitcher... Won three straight American Legion District 5 championships, leading Sudbury Post 191 teams to 47-6-3 record... Was a Legion teammate with current Judge Chris McDonough in 2004... As a senior was a Dual County League All-Star and was named to Metrowest Daily News and Lowell Sun All-Star teams... Also a four-year letter winner and senior captain of the ski team, earning DCL championships and All-Star honors as a junior and senior.