1.Why did you choose to commit to this college?
I chose to commit to Princeton University because of the high level of lacrosse combined with the outstanding academics. I also fell in love with the campus and area around Princeton.
2.After going through the recruiting process, what are some helpful tips you would give others who are about to go through this process?
Some advice I would give is to take your time and find the place that really is the most special to you. Look at things outside of lacrosse that you enjoy about the university.
3.What do you like best about 3d Lacrosse?
The best part of 3d is the comradery of the players and how everyone pushes everyone to play their best no matter what. The coaching is high quality and perfection is demanded, even in practice.
4.What was your favorite part of 3d training?
My favorite part of 3d training is doing fast break drills. I enjoy fast paced play and the drills 3d run are really fun and competitive.
5.What is your favorite subject in school?
My favorite subject in school is History.
6.Name one thing that you could not live without.
I could not live happily without my family and friends around me.
7.If you had to choose one superpower to have, what would it be and why?
If I could have one superpower it would be the power to fly. I would want this ability because I could travel anywhere whenever I would want to.
8.What are some of your pregame rituals and/or game day superstitions?
I always eat Gummy Bears before a game.
9.What is your favorite vacation spot?
My grandmother’s house in Phoenix, AZ.
10. What is your favorite food?
My favorite food is Chicken Cacciatore
11. Who is your favorite athlete?
12. Who is your favorite musician?
13. What is the last book you read?
The Kite Runner
14. What is your favorite quote?
“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” - Vince Lombardi
15. Who has been your biggest influence?
My father has been my biggest influence in my life. He taught me how to be competitive and gritty. Those are two qualities that were necessary to get me where I am today.