|Hometown:||New York, N.Y.|
|Major:||Environmental Engineering and Mathematics|
2011-12: Overall record: 38-35...NFC record: 20-15...squad leader...finished 19th at The Big One (11/5)...captured 10th place at the New England Championship (2/25)...ranked 32nd at the NCAA Northeast Regional (3/11)...went 11-6 in the first NFC competition of the season (11/19) behind the strength of a sweep of UMass, a 2-0 performance against UNH, and 2-1 decisions over Wellesley, Boston University, and Brandeis...blanked UNC and picked up wins over Yale and Brown at the Brandeis Invitational (12/4)...defeated all three opponents from Tufts, registered 2-1 outings versus Smith and Vassar, and added victories over Boston College and Dartmouth at another NFC event (1/28)...went 3-0 against Tufts, 2-1 versus Haverford and NYU, and 2-0 in a match-up with Johns Hopkins en route to a 9-5 ledger at the Eric Sollee Invitational (2/4)...topped BC and Brandeis by 2-1 margins at the Beanpot (2/14).
2010-11: Overall record: 32-46...NFC record: 19-17...ranked 14th at The Big One (11/6)...finished 31st at the NCAA Northeast Regional (3/13)...swept New Hampshire, Boston University, and UMass while also recording wins over Sacred Heart and Brandeis at the first NFC competition (11/20)...defeated opponents from Brown, Cornell, Haverford, and Yale at the Brandeis Invitational (12/5)...went 3-0 against Tufts and had victories versus Boston College, Smith, Dartmouth, and Vassar at the second NFC competition (1/22)...won all three bouts against Yeshiva and Hunter and picked up a win over NYU at the Eric Sollee Invitational (2/6)...defeated foes from Boston College and Brandeis at the Beanpot (2/16).
Off the Fencing Strip at MIT: Majoring in environmental engineering and mathematics...participated in Maryland Sea Grant Research for Undergraduates at Horn Point Lab in Cambridge, Md....was a health systems researcher in the Engineering Systems Division of MIT...undergraduate research in the Delong Lab at MIT...member of Chi Epsilon...East Campus hall chair.
High School: A 2008 graduate of Millennium High School...named MVP and Most Resilient Competitor...valedictorian...Academic Excellence in Math, Science, English, and History...Exhibition Award...honor roll all four years.