2020 (FC Cincinnati/Memphis 901 FC): Has not made an appearance with FC Cincinnati ... made seven appearances, all starts, and recorded two assists on loan with Memphis 901 FC
2019 (FC Cincinnati/North Carolina FC): Made a combined 16 appearances, including 11 starts, scoring two goals with FC Cincinnati and North Carolina FC across all competitions … made six appearances, including two starts for FC Cincinnati … made MLS debut and played 45 minutes at Minnesota United FC (June 29) … replaced Eric Alexander prior to the start of the second half … completed 24-of-26 passes for a 92.3% passing accuracy … made second appearance and played nine minutes at Toronto FC (July 27) … replaced Caleb Stanko in the second half … earned first MLS start and played 90 minutes against Toronto FC (Sept. 7) … made second start and was named Heineken Star of the Match in 90-minute shift against Chicago (Sept. 21) … completed 48-of-58 passes for a passing accuracy of 82.8% … led the team in touches (71) … played five minutes as a second half-substitute against Orlando City SC (Sept. 29) … replaced Allan Cruz in the second half … played five minutes as a second-half substitute at D.C. United (Oct. 6) … replaced Caleb Stanko in the second half … made 10 appearances, including nine starts, scoring two goals for North Carolina FC across all competitions … Played 90 minutes and scored first professional goal in professional debut against Louisville City FC (March 9) … began a stretch of seven consecutive 90-minute shifts to open the USL Championship season … scored second goal against the Charleston Battery (March 31) … won the USL Championship's Goal of the Week for Week 4 for his stoppage-time equalizer … made final appearance for North Carolina and played 90 minutes at New York Red Bulls II (May 25) … was recalled by FC Cincinnati permanently on May 29 … U.S. Open Cup: Started and played 77 minutes in North Carolina's second-round match against the Richmond Kickers (May 15).
College (Notre Dame): Made 61 appearances, including 60 starts, and added four assists throughout three seasons at Notre Dame (2016-18) … as a junior, made 21 appearances, including 20 starts, and added two assists … earned Third-Team All-ACC honors … as a sophomore, made 19 appearances, all starts, and added one assist … named to ACC Academic Honor Roll … as a freshman, made 21 appearances, all starts, and added one assist … named to the ACC All-Freshman Team, ACC All-Academic Team and the Top Drawer Soccer Freshman Best XI.
International (United States): Member of the United States U-17 Men’s National Team that participated in the 2015 U-17 World Cup in Chile.
Personal: Born April 4, 1998 in South Orange, NJ… spent three years in the United States Soccer Under-17 Residency Program…mother, Susie, played field hockey and lacrosse at Princeton and Father, Tom, was a goalkeeper at Princeton University.