Other professional experience: Plays for the Rochester Knighthawks of the National Lacrosse League… In 2013, he had career highs in goals (9), assists (25) and points (34)… Was his second straight NLL Championship in 2013… Was named the team’s 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Community Service Award winner… In 2012, he won his first NLL title… Second on the Knighthawks with 13 playoff points… Had a career-high 13 assists in 2012… In 2009, he recorded 20 points (8+12) in 15 games and 50 loose balls in his rookie NLL season… He re-signed and agreed to a three-year deal with the Knighthawks on July 26, 2010… Was traded from Buffalo to Philadelphia on 8/01/07… Buffalo Bandits’ second-round selection (18th overall) in the 2006 National Lacrosse League Entry Draft.
College/Amateur: Named to Team USA for the 2012 “Duel in Denver”… Won a silver medal with Team USA at the 2006 World Lacrosse Championships in London, Ontario… Maryland's all-time leader in points and goals with 227 and 153, respectfully… In 2006, he was a USILA First Team All-American and a Preseason First Team All-American… In 2005, he was a USILA Second Team All-American, a Tewaaraton Trophy semifinalist, an NCAA All-Tournament Team selection… He was also All-ACC, an ACC All-Tournament Team member and a Preseason First Team All-American… In 2004, he was a USILA First Team All-American and a Tewaaraton Trophy semifinalist… In addition, he was the ACC Player of the Year, the ACC Tournament MVP and an All-ACC selection… He was also a Preseason Honorable Mention All-American… As a freshman he was a USILA Honorable Mention All-American and the ACC Rookie of the Year.
Canadian Box Lacrosse: In 2011, he won a Mann Cup Championship with the Brampton Excelsiors.
Personal: Majored in criminology and criminal justice at Maryland… Co-founder of National Lacrosse Combine (NLC), which is designed to be the first truly objective lacrosse-specific measure of a player’s skills and ability to play... Founder of Sharp Shooter Lacrosse… Co-founder of Run N’ Gun Lacrosse Camps with Kyle Harrison.