- Playing on his first U.S. team, but competing in his second world championship. He was selected to represent Australia during the 2006 FIL World Championship and helped the Aussies to a third place finish
- Led Australia with 32 points (24g, 8a), including a 3g, 2a performance in a 13-10 loss to the U.S. Best game was a nine-point (6g, 3a) effort in a 21-8 win over the Iroquois.
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- Two-time MLL All-Star Game participant (2008, 2009)
- Entered the 2010 season with 122 career goals and 42 assists in four seasons
- Led the Denver Outlaws with 34 goals and ranked second on the team and tied fourth for the league with 44 points in 2009. Also had 44 points in 2008 and ranked fourth in the MLL in 2007 with 40 points.
- Scored three goals and had two assists during the 2009 MLL championship loss to Toronto
- Named Cascade MLL Rookie of the Week during his first season with the Outlaws after scoring six goals against the San Francisco Dragons
- Led the Retrievers to the NCAA Tournament with 28 goals and 19 assists his senior year
- Two-time USILA All-American (2005, 2006)
- Named 2006 American East Player of the Year, the first UMBC athlete in any sport to earn the honor
- Ended the 2005 season ranked ninth nationally in points per game (3.80 ppg) and has moved into 12th on UMBC's all-time scoring list with 137 poitns (84 goals, 53 assists)
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