Nike Basketball Camp Director
Broadalbin Perth 1998-2002
Named Section II MVP and top 100 (41) players in New York State as a senior at Broadalbin-Perth High School. During my senior year I was honored as a Channel 13 All-Star and a member of the Foothills All-Star Team. I helped Lead Broadalbin-Perth to back-to-back Section Championships as a junior and senior. Currently I am the second all-time leading scorer but I am the leader in 3 pointers made all time and also most made in one season. I have numerous records in Section II for 3 pointers made during a single game (range from 7-10 made). Named Most Improved Student and listed on Principal's List as a senior (98.9% Average).
Albany City Rocks AAU 2001-2002
Worked and played with some very dedicated players and
coaches that helped lead us to nationals the summer of 2001. As a starting 2 guard during one of our first games I shot 100% from the field and broke the 3 point record of threes made in a game (13).
Blair Academy 2002-2003
Attended highly-regarded Blair Academy (#1 in country for private schools) in New Jersey as a post graduate. Played along side two great NBA players Luol Deng (former Chicago bulls
now on Cleveland Cavs) and Charlie Villanueva (Detroit Pistons). I was selected Third Team. All-State in New Jersey following senior year, where I set a school record for 3-pointers in a season where I set a school record for 3-pointers in a season while helping lead my team as the starting point guard to the state finals.
Siena College Men’s Basketball 2003-2007
2003-2004...Appeared in all 30 games last season...Reached double-figures five teams, highlighted by 17-point outburst before a nationally televised audience (ESPN2) at Fairfield (1/31)...Shot 36% from 3-point range converting team-high 42 threes...Shot 77.8% from the free throw line...Started three games... Named MAAC Rookie of the Week (11/24) following his collegiate debut where he scored five points and grabbed seven rebounds vs. Albany (11/21)...Played 28 minutes and scored 11 points (3-for-5 from 3-point range) in narrow loss to NCAA Tournament participant Providence (12/28).
2004-2005... Played 19 games... Missed first five games of season with a broken left hand... Comeback game saw eight points at Winthrop (12/5)... Recorded double-figures in scoring twice... In each of his double-digit scoring games, he converted three 3-pointers... Was held scoreless over final seven games averaging just under four minutes per game.
2005-2006...Appeared in all 28 games, averaging 4.8 ppg...Led team shooting 84.6% from the free-throw line...Averaged 6.8 points over final five games of regular-season, converting nine of 21 (43%) 3-pointers...Saints were 5-2 when he made at least two 3-pointers...Scored career high 18 points going 5-8 from 3-point range in season finale against Niagara(2/25)...Reached double figures three times (Saints were 2-1 in those games)...Scored six points or more 12 times (Saints were 9-3 in those games).
2006-2007…Averaged 5 points per game in senior season but missed many games due to illness and injury.
Graduated with a B.A. in Marketing and Management
Fulton Montgomery Community College (Head Assistant)
Breaking out in my first year of coaching at Fulton Montgomery I learned how to recruit and manage players who had the skill set to be at a scholarship level school but did not have the grades to be accepted. I dealt with the challenge of explaining how to reach the next level both on the floor and inside the classroom. I was taught from many different coaches in how to be successful at this. Being able to learn from my experiences and turn them into a teaching tool was the hardest but the most rewarding for me.
Schenectady County Community College
(Head Assistant / Volunteer Assistant)
At Schenectady helped improve the program to have the best GPA for the basketball team in school history and help players move from a 2 year program to a four year program. Also helped the team with a losing record to a three year winning record with one year’s being best in school history (19-12). Responsibilities were helping students prepare for games with scouting, running practice and handling study halls each day.