2005: Played in 17 of 18 games for the Tigers and had 13 starts ... Played much of the season in the defense ... Tied for second on the team in assists with five ... Sixth on the team in points with seven ... Had a three-point game in a 4-3 loss to Vanderbilt ... Assisted on a goal by Marcus McCarty and then scored an unassisted goal in the game ... Assisted on a goal by Dayton O'Brien against No. 23 Oral Roberts in a 4-3 victory ... Teamed up with O'Brien for an assist on a goal by Andy Metcalf in a 7-0 shutout over Alabama A&M ... Assisted on the first goal by Memphis against Drake ... Assisted with a throw-in on a game-tying goal at home against South Carolina knocked in by Robert Sausaman ... Attempted 17 shots on the season with three on goal ... Had season highs with three shots against Creighton and against South Carolina in the C-USA Tournament.
2004: Transferred to Memphis from NAIA's Thomas University (Ga.) ... Played in 15 games, starting eight ... Scored his first point on a game-winning assist against No. 21 Saint Louis ... Earned his second assist against Belmont ... Assisted on a goal in the C-USA Championship match against No. 23 UAB ... Put up five shots against Belmont and three against DePaul ... Averaged 1.2 shots per game.
2003 at Thomas University: Named Thomas University's Offensive MVP after scoring 52 points on 21 goals and 10 assists as a sophomore ... Earned honorable mention All-American honors ... Led Thomas to a school-best 12-7-3 record and a No. 23 NAIA national ranking ... Received NAIA/NSCAA First Team All-Region 13 recognition.
2002 at Thomas University: Scored seven points on a goal and five assists in his freshman year at Thomas.
Prep: Product of Colaiste Ide in Dublin, Ireland, that produced current Tiger head coach Richie Grant and teammates Michael Coburn, Gary Connolly, Gavin McInerney and Thomas Highland ... Prepped at CBS Dundalk, where he played gaelic as a wing forward along with soccer.