|Hometown:||San Francisco, Calif.|
|High School:||Torrey Pines|
2011-12: Overall record: 50-22...NFC record: 22-6...squad leader...NFC second team all-star...was eighth at the New England Championship (2/25)...finished 25th at The Big One (11/5)...ranked 31st at the NCAA Northeast Regional (3/11)...opened conference action with a 12-1 outing behind the strength of sweeps of UNH and Sacred Heart, 2-0 decisions against UMass and Boston University, and a 2-1 performance versus Brandeis (11/19)...recorded 2-1 ledgers versus Yale, St. John's, and Brown at the Brandeis Invitational (12/4)...blanked Boston College and topped Tufts, Dartmouth, and Brown by 2-1 margins at the final NFC competition (1/28)...swept Hunter and Johns Hopkins in addition to registering victories over Penn and Haverford at the Eric Sollee Invitational (2/4)...went 2-1 against BC and Brandeis while tacking on a win over Harvard at the Beanpot Invitational (2/14).
2010-11: Overall record: 47-20...NFC record: 19-9...NFC second team all-star...was the runner-up at The Big One (11/6)...finished fifth at the New England Championship (2/27)...ranked 22nd at the NCAA Northeast Regional (3/13)...posted a 9-3 mark at the Brandeis Invitational (12/5), including sweeps of Brown and Yale...won all three bouts against Boston College and Dartmouth en route to an 11-4 outing at an NFC competition (1/22)...compiled a 13-5 record at the Eric Sollee Invitational (2/6) behind the strength of 3-0 decisions versus Penn, Yeshiva, and Hunter to go along with victories over Penn State, NYU, and Duke...swept Boston College and Harvard at the Beanpot (2/16).
Off the Fencing Strip at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in energy...completed internships with LightSail Energy and Instituto de Energia Solar...conducted research in photovoltaics in the Heat and Mass Transfer Lab...placed third in the 2.007 robotics competition...pledge educator at DTD...MIT Rambax.
High School: A 2009 graduate of Torrey Pines High School.
Personal: Family member graduated from MIT.