2015-2016 Spring Roster

No.
Name
High School
Hometown
Jared Snyder '19Boys Latin School of Maryland Glen Arm, Md.

Jared has not declared a major at Colby.

Before Colby:

Jared graduated from the Boys Latin School of Maryland.

1 C.J. Layton '19Belmont Hill School Wakefield, Mass.

C.J. has not yet declared a major.

Before Colby:

C.J. graduated from Belmont Hill where he played soccer, hockey, and lacrosse. He was a 2015 All-ISL lacrosse selection.

3 Cillian Connor '18Newark Academy Glen Ridge, N.J.

Cillian majors in Biology and minors in Economics at Colby. He works with the Children of China Foundation.

2015 season highlights: Connor had two goals and two ground balls in his first year.

Before Colby:

Cillian graduated from Newark Academy in 2014 and played soccer and lacrosse. He was two-time all-conference and second team all-county for lacrosse.

4 Alex Rutan '16Las Lomas High School Walnut Creek, Calif.

Alex majors in Environmental Studies and minors in Philosophy at Colby. He is a COOT Leader and Committee member, a Colby Surf Club member, a Colby Leadership Academy member, and an Environmental Studies Research Assistant.

2015 season highlights: Rutan appeared in 15 games for the Mules in 2015, making eight starts. Alex finished the season with nine goals and five assists with a shot percentage of .237. Rutan also recovered 17 ground balls in his junior season. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Rutan appeared in 15 games during his sophomore season, making 12 starts. Alex finished the season as the fifth-leading point scorer with 11 goals and seven assists. Rutan also recovered 13 ground balls and had six caused turnovers. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team

2013 season highlights: Rutan appeared in 13 games and made three starts in his first season with the Mules. Alex finished the season with nine goals, five assists, 10 ground balls, and six caused turnovers.

Before Colby:

Alex graduated from Las Lomas High School in 2012, where he played varsity lacrosse and varsity soccer. He was U.S. High School All-American in lacrosse, honors graduate, Principal's Award recipient, varsity soccer captain, and two-time varsity lacrosse captain.

6 Austin Holifield '18Georgetown Preparatory School Bethesda, Md.

Tanner has not decided on a major.

2015 season highlights: Holifield appeared in 12 games for the Mules in his first campaign with the team, finishing the season with five goals and eight assists. Tanner finished the season with a shot percentage of .333.

Before Colby:

Tanner graduated from Georgetown Prep in 2014, where he was a part of the varsity football, wrestling, and lacrosse programs.

7 Josh Reed '17Deerfield Academy Woolwich, Maine

Josh majors in Environmental Policy. Josh plays for the club hockey team and is a member of the Colby Entrepreneur Club. He comes from a legacy of Mule athletes – his older brother played lacrosse and his father played football.

2015 season highlights: Josh appeared in three games for the Mules in his sophomore season.

Before Colby:

Josh graduated from Deerfield where he played football and lacrosse.

8 Kenneth Jacobson '16Duxbury High School Duxbury, Mass.

Kenny majors in Economics-Mathematics with a concentration in Financial Markets. He is a member of Colby Improv and Mayflower Hill Capital

2015 season highlights: Jacobson appeared in 15 games for the Mules while making 14 starts on defense in his junior season. Kenny finished the season with one goal, led the team with 25 caused turnovers, and was second on the team with 57 ground balls. Jacobson was eighth in the NESCAC in caused turnovers and 18th in ground balls. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Jacobson appeared in 14 games for the Mules, making eight starts and finishing the season with one goal and two assists. Kenny shared the team lead in caused turnovers with 13 and tied for third on the team with 25 ground balls. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Jacobson appeared in 14 games in 2013, and made 10 starts for the Mules in his first season. Kenny finished the year third on the team in ground balls (24) and tied for fifth on the team in caused turnovers (8).

Before Colby:

Kenny graduated from Duxbury High School and played hockey and lacrosse. He was hockey captain and an All-State selection.

9 Garen Fabian '16Thacher School San Francisco, Calif.

Garen majors in Environmental Policy at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Garen missed nearly the entire season due to injury.

2014 season highlights: Fabian appeared in 14 games for the Mules in his sophomore season, finishing the year with six goals and two assists. Garen compiled a shooting percentage of .300 during the season.

Before Colby:

Garen graduated from Thacher and played soccer and lacrosse. He was lacrosse captain and an All-League soccer selection.

10 Harrison Alpaugh '18Noble and Greenough School Wellesley Hills, Mass.

Harrison double majors in Economics and European Studies. He is a member of the Colby Student Investment Association and volunteers at the mid-Maine Homeless Shelter.

2015 season highlights: Alpaugh appeared in one game during his first season in limited time for the Mules.

Before Colby:

Harrison graduated with distinction from Noble & Greenough School. He lettered in football, basketball, and lacrosse, and was an All-ISL Honorable Mention in lacrosse.

11 Hunter Moore '16Episcopal School of Dallas Dallas, Texas

Hunter majors in Biochemistry and minors in Economics at Colby. He is a Chemistry tutor and Research Assistant.

2015 season highlights: Moore appeared in 14 games for the Mules in 2015 and made eight starts. Hunter finished the season with one goal and was 4th on the team with 33 groundballs. Moore also had 12 caused turnovers.

2014 season highlights: Moore appeared in 14 games during his sophomore season, making seven starts. Hunter finished the season with one assist, 17 groundballs, and five caused turnovers. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Moore appeared in 14 games for the Mules during his first season, making five starts. Hunter finished the season with two assists, 21 groundballs, and five caused turnovers. Additionally, Moore went 4-for-5 in the face-off circle.

Before Colby:

Hunter graduated from the Episcopal School of Dallas where he played soccer and lacrosse. He was a 2012 All-State lacrosse selection.

12 Austin Sayre '17Delbarton School Summit, N.J.

Austin majors in Economics and minors in Environmental Studies at Colby. He is a member of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club.

2015 season highlights: Sayre earned All-American honorable mention honors and was on the All-NESCAC Second Team. Austin finished the season second on the team with 27 goals, third in assists (13), and third in points (40). Sayre had a shot percentage of .273 and recovered 13 ground balls.

2014 season highlights: In his first season with the Mules, Sayre was the NESCAC Rookie of the Year. He led the team with 36 goals and 47 points. His 11 assists put him at second on the team and his .283 shot percentage was sixth on the team. Additionally, Austin recovered 21 ground balls and caused three turnovers.

Before Colby:

Austin graduated from Delbarton School in 2013. He played lacrosse, soccer, and squash (team MVP).

13 Billy Polk '17Dover-Sherborn Regional HS Dover, Mass.

Billy majors in Philosophy and minors in Mathematics at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Polk finished the season with three assists and 11 ground balls.

2014 season highlights: Polk had one assist in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Polk graduated from Dover-Sherborn High School in 2012, where he played varsity football and lacrosse. He was his football team's captain in 2011 and two-time lacrosse captain in 2011 and 2012. In those same years, he was TVL Lacrosse MVP, Boston Globe Player of the Year, Boston Globe All-Scholastic, and All-American.

14 Kevin Beil '18Manhasset High School Manhasset, N.Y.

Kevin majors in Economics. He is a Colby Student Investment Association member.

2015 season highlights: Beil saw limited time for the Mules in his first year.

Before Colby:

Kevin graduated with honors from Manhasset High School. He played lacrosse and football, swam, and was a Latin Honor Society member,

15 Brad McCarthy '18Darien High School Darien, Conn.

Brad double majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and Government. He is a member of the Colby Leadership Academy and the Student Athletic Advisory Committee on campus.

2015 season highlights: McCarthy saw quality time in his first year with the Mules. He recovered seven ground balls and had five caused turnovers.

Before Colby:

Brad graduated from Darien High School and played lacrosse. He was a 2014 First Team All-State and All-Conference selection.

16 Jack Bratches '16New Canaan High School New Canaan, Conn.

Jack majors in Economics. He is a COOT leader and a member of Mayflower Hill Capital at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Bratches appeared in 12 games for the Mules in his junior season, finishing with five goals, one assist, and a .357 shot percentage. Jack also finished with 15 ground balls and nine caused turnovers. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Bratches appeared in 15 games for the Mules in his sophomore season. Jack finished with one goal and one assist, 10 ground balls and two caused turnovers. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Bratches appeared in five games during his first season with the Mules. Jack finished the season with one goal, two ground balls, and one caused turnover.

Before Colby:

Jack graduated from New Canaan High School in 2012, where he was an athlete for the lacrosse, track and field, and cross country programs. He was a member of the National Honor Society and was an all-state midfielder in 2011.

17 Carlos Beason '19Peddie School Bronx, N.Y.

Carlos has not yet decided on a major.

Before Colby:

Carlos graduated from Peddie School where he played football and lacrosse.

18 Harrison Zhu '16St Pauls School Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Harrison is an Economics major concentrating in financial markets and has a minor in Creative Writing.

2015 season highlights: Zhu appeared in two games as goalie for the Mules in 2015. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Zhu appeared in one game for the Mules in net in 2014. Harrison was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

Before Colby:

Harrison graduated from St. Paul's in 2012, where he was on the lacrosse and wrestling teams. He was two-time All-Independent School League (ISL) selection, senior lacrosse captain, and recipient of the Robie Lacrosse Medal.

20 Thomas Brewster '16Fairfield College Preparatory Fairfield, Conn.

Thomas majors in Economics (Financial Markets). He interned with Deutsche Bank last summer.

2015 lacrosse season highlights: Brewster finished with four goals and a shot percentage of .400. Thomas also recovered three ground balls and caused one turnover. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 lacrosse season highlights: Brewster appeared in 13 games for the Mules in 2014, finishing the season with one goal, one assist, and seven ground balls.

2013 lacrosse season highlights: Brewster finished the season with one goal, 11 ground balls, and two caused turnovers.

Before Colby:

Thomas graduated from Fairfield Prep in 2012, where he played both football and lacrosse. He was on the all-academic and all-state teams.

21 Michael Nathan '19Barron Collier High School Naples, Fla.

Michael has not yet declared a major.

Before Colby:

Michael graduated from Barron Collier High School where he played lacrosse. He was a two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American, a two-time Naples Daily News Player of the Year selection, a four-year All-Area selection, and a 2015 First-Team All-State selection. He was a National Honor Society member.

22 Riley Burke '17Saint Ignatius College Prep Sc Corte Madera, Calif.

Riley majors in Environmental Science and minors in Economics. He is a member of the Colby Outing Club, the Colby Leadership Academy, and the Colby Entrepreneurship Club.

2015 season highlights: Burke appeared in 14 games for the Mules in his sophomore season, finishing the season with one goal on defense. Riley also accumulated 12 ground balls and 12 caused turnovers. He made the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Burke finished his first season with the Mules with 14 appearances, where he had 13 ground balls and six caused turnovers.

Before Colby:

Riley graduated Saint Ignatius College Prep where he played football and lacrosse. He was an All-Conference lacrosse selection

23 Sam Friedman '19Boston College High School Abington, Mass.

Sam has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 football season highlights: Friedman played at linebacker for the Mules, finishing the season with 19 total tackles.

Before Colby:

Sam graduated with high honors from Boston College High School, where he played football and lacrosse. He received the Most Outstanding Athlete Award and was a member of the National Honors Society.

24 Sam Wasserman '16Milton Academy Milton, Mass.

Sam majors in Environmental Science at Colby. He is a Colby Surf Club member, COOT leader, and a flag football iplay champion.

2015 season highlights: Wasserman, a midfielder, finished the season with nine goals and three assists. Sam also recovered 18 ground balls and compiled four caused turnovers. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Sam was named to the NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Team and the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team. He finished the season with three goals and three assists, along with 14 ground balls.

2013 season highlights: Wasserman saw limited time in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Sam graduated from Milton Academy where he played lacrosse.

25 Jeff Vaz '16Rivers School Arlington, Mass.

Jeff double majors in Economics and Environmental Policy. He is a member of the Colby Surf Club and worked with the Urban Harbors Institute last summer.

2015 season highlights: Vaz, a midfielder, had one goal and four assists. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Jeff, who made the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team, appeared had four goals and three assists.

2013 season highlights: Vaz saw limited time in his first year and had his first collegiate assist.

Before Colby:

Jeff graduated from the Rivers School and played basketball and lacrosse. He was a 2012 All-ISL lacrosse selection.

26 Joseph Anile '17Chaminade High School Bayville, N.Y.

Joe majors in Economics and minors in Classical Civilization. He is a student representative to the Italian Department, Economics Research Assistant, and works with the Security Office.

2015 football season highlights: Anile appeared in one game for the Mules at quarterback.

2015 lacrosse season highlights: Anile saw limited time on defense during the season.

2014 football season highlights: Joseph saw action in one game at quarterback.

Before Colby:

Joseph played football, hockey, and lacrosse at Chaminade High School. He was a CHSAA state champion for lacrosse, NYCHSFL for football, and national champion USA Hockey Tier 1 AAA. Joseph was on the honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society.

27 Kevin Seiler '17Darien High School Darien, Conn.

Kevin is a Government and History double major.

2015 season highlights: Seiler appeared in all 15 games for the Mules, making 14 starts in a breakout season. Seiler finished the season with 26 goals and six assists. Seiler also added 16 ground balls and nine caused turnovers.

2014 season highlights: Seiler appeared in five games for the Mules in 2014, finishing the season with two goals and two assists.

Before Colby:

Kevin graduated from Darien High School and played lacrosse. He was team captain and a First Team All-State and All-Conference selection.

28 Myles Smith '18Longmeadow High School Springfield, Mass.

Myles double majors in Environmental Policy and Economics. He was a 2014 Student Athletic Advisory Committee member and an eco-representative on campus.

2015 season highlights: Smith had his first collegiate goal during the season.

Before Colby:

Myles graduated from Longmeadow High School and played soccer, basketball, and lacrosse. He was a 2014 All-Western basketball and lacrosse selection and recipient of the Colby College Book Award.

29 Scott Miller '19The Governor's Academy New Castle, N.H.

Scott has not yet declared a major. He is a contributor to The Odyssey at Colby.

Before Colby:

Scott graduated with honors from The Governor’s Academy where he played football and lacrosse. He was a 2015 ISL Honorable Mention lacrosse selection.

30 Andrew Ward '19Thayer Academy Wellesley, Mass.

Andrew has not declared a major.

Before Colby:

Andrew graduated with honors from Thayer Academy and played lacrosse. He was a 2015 ISL Honorable Mention.

31 Justin Waligory '17Tabor Academy Boxborough, Mass.

Justin is a Computer Science major with minors in Environmental Science and Managerial Economics. He is a member of SAAC, a bass player for the "The Moist Bandanas," and a member of the Colby Lifting Club

2015 season highlights: Waligory appeared in three games in goal for the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Waligory appeared in three games for the Mules and had one start in net.

Before Colby:

Justin graduated from Tabor Academy in 2013 and played lacrosse and was on the sailing team. He was his lacrosse team's captain and recipient of the Paul Lynder Lerusso Award.

32 Tucker Dietrick '18Wellesley High School Wellesley, Mass.

Tucker majors in Government and minors in Managerial Economics. He is a member of the Colby Leadership Academy.

2015 season highlights: Dietrick finished his first year for the Mules and had five goals and one assist. Tucker also finished with four ground balls and three caused turnovers.

Before Colby:

Tucker graduated with honors from Wellesley High School and played lacrosse. He was a Bay State Conference First-Team selection, Metro West Daily News All-Star, and team captain.

33 Russell Ollis '16Walpole High School South Walpole, Mass.

Russ double majors in Government and History. He is an Admissions tour guide, a sportswriter with the Colby Echo, and member of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club. He interned the last two summers with VOX Global.

2015 season highlights: Russ, who was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team, played on defense.

2014 season highlights: Russ was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Ollis saw limited time in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Ollis graduated from Walpole High School in 2012, where he played varsity hockey and lacrosse. He was the hockey team captain his senior year, lacrosse rookie of the year in 2010, team MVP, two-time Bay State Conference All-Star, and academic award recipient in 2012.

34 Yuta Murata '19JSerra Catholic High School Newport Coast, Calif.

Yuta has not yet declared a major.

Before Colby:

Yuta graduated with honors from JSerra Catholic High School where he played soccer and lacrosse. He was lacrosse captain and selected to the 2015 All-Orange County Second Team.

35 Dylan Rothenberg '16St Peters Preparatory Sch Short Hills, N.J.

Dylan majors in Economics. He is a COOT Leader, intramural sports participant, and member of the Colby Democrats.

2015 season highlights: Rothenberg appeared in four games for the Mules in net in his junior season and accumulated a save percentage of .647.

2014 season highlight: Rothenberg appeared in five games for the Mules in a limited goalie role in 2014.

2013 season highlights: Rothenberg appeared in two games for the Mules during his first season with the team and amassed a .727 save percentage.

Before Colby:

Dylan graduated from Saint Peters Preparatory School in 2012 and played varsity lacrosse. He was on the National Honors Society and Spanish National Honors Society. He made All-North Jersey First Team and Jersey All-Private Third Team.

36 Taylor Haberstock '19St Pauls School Skaneateles, N.Y.

Taylor has not yet declared a major at Colby.

Before Colby:

Taylor graduated from St. Paul’s School where he played hockey and lacrosse. He was an All-ISL Lacrosse selection, a National Honor Society member, and a three-time All-Section Academic selection.

37 Michael McHale '19Oratory Preparatory School Summit, N.J.

Michael has not yet declared a major. Michael is a member of the Colby Outing Club and plays intramural sports on campus.

Before Colby:

Michael graduated with high honors from Oratory Prep, playing soccer and lacrosse. He captained both teams his senior year, earning All-Conference and All-County lacrosse selections. Michael was a National Honor Society member.

38 Colton Michel '19Palos Verdes Peninsula HS Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.

Colton has not declared a major. He plays intramural soccer in the fall.

Before Colby:

Colton graduated from Palos Verdes Peninsula High School where he played football, hockey, and lacrosse. He was a two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American, an Academic All-American selection, and an Adrenaline All-American selection. Colton was the recipient of the 2015 Male Student Athlete of the Year Award and a National Honor Society member. Colton is a camp counselor and intern at a law firm in the summer.

39 William Erwin '18Bronx High School of Science New York, N.Y.

William double majors in Government and Economics. He is a member of the Debate Club, the Colby Student Investment Association, and the Colby Entrepreneurship Club.

2015 season highlights: Erwin finished the season with one goal, one assist, three ground balls, and one caused turnover.

Before Colby:

William graduated from the Bronx High School of Science where he was a member of the soccer, track, and lacrosse teams. He was an All-Division and All-City lacrosse selection.

40 Sean Dougherty '17Hill School Glenmoore, Pa.

Sean majors in Economics (Financial Markets) and minors in East Asian Studies. He is Treasurer of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club. He interned with BAM Advanced Materials last summer.

2015 season highlights: Dougherty appeared in 12 games for the Mules in 2015, making 4 starts. Sean finished the season with 1 assist, 16 groundbals, and 11 caused turnovers. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Dougherty made 7 appearances in his first season with the Mules, where he compiled 3 groundballs.

Before Colby:

Sean graduated from the Hill School where he played football, hockey, and lacrosse. He was a 2013 All-Conference Academic and Lacrosse selection. He received the Chinese Award, the Economics Award, and the Teddy R. Ketcham Award in History.

44 Max Eberhart '16Phillips Exeter Academy Rye Beach, N.H.

Max majors in Physics at Colby. He is a COOT Leader and a member of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club on campus.

2015 lacrosse season highlights: Eberhart won 14 of his 26 face-off attempts and had four groundballs. He was on the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2014 lacrosse season highlights: Eberhart was 24-for-48 in face-offs, had four groundballs, and one caused turnover. Max made the NESCAC Spring All-Academic Team.

2013 lacrosse season highlights: Eberhart recovered 20 groundballs and compiled a record of 100-for-180 in the face-off circle to lead the team in attempts and victories.

Before Colby:

Eberhart graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 2012, where he played football and lacrosse. He was football captain, MVP, and New England East First Team. He was also his lacrosse team's captain, Robert Kesler Award winner, and New England East First Team for two years.

47 Max Cushman '19Loomis Chaffee School Marblehead, Mass.

Max has not declared a major at Colby.

Before Colby:

Max graduated from Loomis Chaffee School where he played lacrosse.

55 Matthew Sindler '18Severn School Annapolis, Md.

Matt is a Physics and Anthropology double major at Colby. He participates in a capella and is a member of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club.

2015 season highlights: Sindler had one groundball and was a perfect 4-for-4 in the face-off circle.

Before Colby:

Matt graduated from the Severn School where he lettered in football and lacrosse. He was a National Honor’s Society member and the 2014 Player’s Award recipient.

77 John Pappas '18Westminster School West Simsbury, Conn.

John is a History major at Colby. He plays club hockey in the winter.

2015 soccer season highlights: Pappas started in nine games in goal for the Mules, finishing with a record of 3-4-1. He played 953 minutes, had 48 saves, and four shutouts.

2014 soccer season highlights: Pappas played in four games and started two for the Mules in net in his first season. John finished the year with with a 1.01 goals against average and a save percentage of .824.

Before Colby:

John graduated from the Westminster School where he lettered in soccer, hockey, and lacrosse. He was a 2014 All-New England soccer selection.

91 Graham Lian '18St Stephens & St Agnes School Alexandria, Va.

Graham majors in Economics (Financial Markets) at Colby. He is a Farnham Writing Center tutor and a member of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club.

2015 season highlights: Lian had a terrific first season for the Mules, earning the start on defense from the beginning of the season. He was second on the squad with 14 caused turnovers and added 22 ground balls.

Before Colby:

Graham graduated from St. Stephens & St. Agnes School where he played hockey and lacrosse. He was a member of the Dean’s List.

92 Conor MacLaverty '16Hotchkiss School Kenilworth, Ill.

Conor is a Government Major at Colby. He is a member of the Colby Entrepreneurship Club and competes in intramural basketball in the winter. He worked as an Associate with the Berkeley Research Group.

2015 season highlights: MacLaverty finished the season with two goals, two assists, and 10 ground balls.

2014 season highlights: MacLaverty had two goals and six assists.

2013 season highlights: In his first year, MacLaverty saw limited time for the Mules.

Before Colby:

Conor graduated from Hotchkiss in 2012, where he played varsity lacrosse and football. He was All-Western New England for lacrosse, Classics diploma recipient, and head of an all-male a cappella group.

98 Donald Vivian '19Christian Brothers Academy Slingerlands, N.Y.

Don has not declared a major at Colby. He is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor

2015 football season highlights: Vivian saw considerable time in the defensive backfield as the season wore on and finished with 11 tackles.

Before Colby:

Don graduated from the Christian Brothers Academy where he played football and lacrosse. He was a 2014 First-Team All-State football and 2015 Big-Ten Conference First-Team lacrosse selection.

99 Michael Logan '18Westminster School McLean, Va.

Michael is an Economics major with a Financial Markets concentration. He also has a minor in Philosophy. He is an active member of the Colby Student Investment Club.

2015 season highlights: Logan had one goal and was successful on face-offs, going 11-for-17 for a .647 win percentage.

Before Colby:

Logan graduated from Gonzaga College High School in 2013 and Westminster Prep School in 2014. He played ice hockey, soccer, and lacrosse.


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