|Hometown:||Huntington Beach, CA|
|High School:||Mater Dei|
2010 -- Made 14 starts and played in 23 matches ... Awarded MPSF co-Player of the Week (Jan. 25) for scoring a career-high 17.5 points and serving five aces with 10 kills in a 3-0 upset of No.1 ranked CS Northridge (1/22) ... Scored 17.0 points vs. BYU (1/29) after recording 14 kills (.750), two aces and two blocks ... Recorded 10 kills (.450), two aces, two total blocks and 14.0 points vs. UCSD (4/10) ... Recorded 13 matches without a reception error and boasted a .972 reception percentage ... Three-time member of the Director's Honor Roll and an MPSF All-Academic Team selection.
2009 -- Redshirted the season.
2008 -- Played in five matches and 11 sets with four starts ... Suffered a pulled quadriceps muscle following the PSU (1/4) match in which he smashed a career-high of 12 kills ... Returned vs. CBU and recorded six kills, an ace and 7.5 points ... Recorded six kills, an ace, two total blocks and 8.5 points vs. BSU (1/3) ... In 76 service reception chances, he did not commit an error.
2007 -- Played in 17 matches and 27 games ... Scored a career-high 9.0 points vs. BSU (3/16) with six kills (.600) and three aces off the bench ... Made his first start against CBU (4/3) and recorded seven kills, a career-high ... Recorded five kills vs. UCI (1/6) and BYU (1/12) ... Recorded three kills (.400) and one block assist for 3.5 points vs. LBS (2/28).
High School -- Four-time varsity volleyball letterman at Mater Dei HS for coaches Jason Billbruck and Karen Thompson ... Three-time team MVP and Serra League first-team selection ... In his sophomore year, the Monarchs advanced to the CIF quarterfinals after sharing the Serra League championship ... They advanced to the first and second rounds in 2005 and 2006, respectively.
Club -- Played for LBC for three years before switching to the Surf City Volleyball Club in 2006 ... With LBC, he earned Jr. Olympics All-Tournament honors three years, winning a silver medal in 2005 ... With Surf City, he won a bronze medal and earned all-tournament honors for the fourth straight year.
Personal -- Fourth of five children ... Has two older brothers, an older sister and one younger sister ... Chose UCLA for its academics and athletics ... Lists playing in the championship in the 2005 Junior Olympics as a career highlight ... Economics major.