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2015 Game-by-Game Stats
2014 Game-by-Game Stats
2015 (Sophomore): Named to the Big Sky All-Academic Team ... Appeared in all 11 games and started final six at inside linebacker ... Finished third on the team in total tackles with 61, including 5.0 tackles for a loss ... Averaged nine tackles per game in first three collegiate starts ... Registered eight tackles and blocked a punt vs. Idaho State (Oct. 10) ... Posted a career-high 10 tackles at No. 19 Montana (Oct. 24) ... Had a season-high three solo tackles in three different games, including road win at Cal Poly (Nov. 21) to close out three-game winning streak ... Earned second letter.
2014 (Redshirt Freshman): Named to the Big Sky All-Academic Team ... Played in all 12 games as a reserve linebacker and special teams contributor ... Finished campaign with 15 tackles ... Made first collegiate tackle in season-opener at San Jose State (Aug. 28) ... Had four games with two tackles registered and a career-high five stops vs. Eastern Washington (Nov. 1) ... Earned first letter.
2013: Redshirted ... Recipient of the 2013 Athletics Director Award of Merit.
Before UND: Earned South Suburban Blue All-Conference honors as a junior and a senior … Named to the Joliet Herald All-Area Team in 2011 and 2012 ... South Suburban News All Area 2012 … Two-time winner of the Chicago Tribune Player of the Week Award … ESPN Chicago Helmet Sticker award … Led the team to back-to-back IHSA semifinals … As a senior, led the team in tackles with 130, including 97 solo stops … Added 13 tackles for a loss, six sacks, two forced fumbles, three recovered fumbles and 12 pass breakups … Posted 85 tackles and seven sacks as a junior … Three-year starter on defense … Named team’s Defensive MVP in 2012 and was also voted as Team Captain … Named Academic All-State in 2011 and 2012 … An Illinois State Scholar recipient … Earned the Prairie State Achievement Award as well as the National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award in 2012.
Personal: Majoring in Nursing.