General: The No. 2 junior player in the state of Rhode Island, ranked No. 72 nationally in the class of 2017 by the Junior Golf Scoreboard … Committed to Tech early in the recruiting process … Prior to summer of 2016, spent time working at a caddie camp to network and work on his game … Physically ready for college golf according to Coach Bruce Heppler, but redshirted in 2017-18 … Has an older brother and an older sister who played college golf at Methodist University … Began playing golf at age 3 … Enjoys swimming and caddying … Majoring in business administration with the aim of becoming a financial advisor.
2018-19: Saw his first collegiate action at Tech’s home event, the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate Invitational, struggling to a 74th-place finish.
Junior Golf: A qualifier for the U.S. Amateur in August and the U.S. Junior Amateur in July of 2016 … Advanced to the Round of 16 in the 2014 U.S. Junior Amateur, losing to eventual champion Will Zalatoris … Also finished seventh at the 2016 Junior Orange Bowl International Championship … Won the 2012 Rhode Island Junior Amateur at age 13.
High School: Attended Moses Brown High School in Providence, where he won four consecutive state high school championships in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017, becoming the first Rhode Island golfer to accomplish that feat … Led Moses Brown to three state team titles (2014, 2015, 2016) under coach Ransom Griffin … Earned all-state honors by the Providence Journal all four years of high school … Also swam freestyle and backstroke events for three seasons on the Moses Brown HS team.