|High School:||Makor Chaim|
2009: Academic All-UAA selection... Leftyappeared in nine games and kept opponents scoreless in six ofthem... Finished with a 6.35 earned run average in 11.1 innings...Struggled in season debut, allowing four walks and two runs in twoinnings of 7-4 loss to Washington & Lee University in Arizona,Feb. 20... Did record first career strikeout against the Generalsin what proved to be career-long outing... Bounced back in nextArizona appearance, retiring all three hitters he faced in a 7-4loss to Hastings College...Picked up another K in a scoreless UAAinning against Rochester, March 11... Went 1.1 innings inthree-straight appearances in April and May against Clark, Trinityand Suffolk... 2008: Retired the only hitter hefaced on a ground ball to second in a 20-6 win over UMass-Boston,Apr. 23... Academic/Extracurricular: Double majorin history and politics... Earned Dean's List both semesters...Member of Brandeis Orthodox Organization... Volunteered at theHadassah Hospital Pain Clinic in Jerusalem... HighSchool: Just the third Israeli ever to play collegiatebaseball... Member of the Israeli national baseball team since2002... Served as team captain in 2002, 2004 and 2005... Named MVPof Pool B at the 2004 European championship tournament in Trieste,Italy... Member of the Modi'in Miracle in the inaugural season ofthe Israeli Baseball League in 2007, where he faced former Brandeisplayer Ben Dashefsky '07.