|High School:||GRACE Christian School|
2018-19: A three-year letterwinner ... will compete in the distance events.
2017-18: Garnered his third letter ... (Indoor) Scored in two events at the ODAC Championship (2/25) ... took fourth in the mile with a time of 4:34.45, and placed fifth in the 3,000m (9:05.03) ... recorded a career-best time in the mile (4:31.56) at the VMI Winter Relays (2/10) ... (Outdoor) Claimed first in the 10,000m at the W&L Carnival (3/16) in 32:01.45 ... earned All-ODAC recognition with a second-place finish in the 10,000m at the ODAC Championship (4/20) with a career-best time of 31:53.21.
2016-17: Earned his second letter ... (Indoor) Was a member of the Distance Medley Relay that finished fifth at the ODAC Championship (2/26) with a time of 10:54.07 ... took seventh in the mile (4:36.16) at the meet ... ran a career-best time of 4:36.16 in the mile at the Finn Pincus Invitational (2/11) ... (Outdoor) Scored at the ODAC Championship (4/21) by finishing seventh in the 10,000m with a career-best time of 33:50.90 ... registered a career-best time of 15:19.18 in the 5,000m at the W&L Carnival (3/17).
2015-16: Lettered in his first season ... (Indoor) Scored in the 5,000m by taking eighth (16:01.82) at the ODAC Championship (2/28) ... recorded a season-best time of 9:14.50 in the 3,000m at the UCS Invitational (2/20) ... (Outdoor) Did not compete.
High School: Competed in cross country, track and baseball at GRACE Christian School during his prep career ... was the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) Boys 2A cross country individual state champion in 2013 and 2014 ... earned all-state honors in cross country in 2012, 2013 and 2014 ... finished as the runner up in the 1,600m at the NCISAA 1A/2A state track and field championship in 2015.
Personal: His father, Patrick, ran cross country at Saint Louis University, and his mother, Kristine, competed in swimming at Saint Louis University ... President of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship ... did psychology research with Dr. Dan Johnson over the summer ... a psychology major.