2017: Named first team All-Ivy League, earning his second career all-conference nod ... Started all 18 matches in net, playing every minute for the Lions ... Finished the season with just eight goals against (0.425 GAA) which was third in the NCAA ... Recorded a save percentage of .846, with a 12-3-3 record, and 11 shutouts which was the second most in school history ... Led the Ivy League in every major goalkeeping statistic ... His 20 career shutouts trail Gary Escher’s school record by three ... Recorded first shutout of the season against Fordham (Sept. 4) with three saves in the match ... Helped Columbia to three straight wins over Binghamton (Sept. 16), Central Connecticut (Sept. 22), and Brown (Sept. 30), saving a season-high seven shots against the Blue Devils ... Posted back-to-back shutouts against Penn and Princeton, saving three shots in each match ... Finished the season with five straight shutout wins, including three over Ivy League opponents ... Picked up a win with six saves in the NCAA Tournament at William & Mary (Nov. 16) ... Saved two shots against No. 1 Wake Forest (Nov. 19) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, allowing only a penalty kick goal.
2016: Picked up second team All-Ivy League honors in his first season as a regular in net ... Led the NCAA in goals against average (.290) and save percentage (.903) ... His .903 save percentage broke a Columbia school record ... Went 9-1 with seven shutouts, helping the Lions rank in the NCAA top-10 in shutout percentage ... Did not allow a goal in the final five matches of the season, a streak of 469 minutes and 46 seconds ... His five consecutive shutouts was the second longest streak in school history ... Stopped a season-high seven shots against Penn (Nov. 9).
2014: Earned the starting nod in three contests, going 2-1 on the season ... Allowed one goal in 270 minutes played, while saving five shots ... Finished the year with two shutouts, with his first career shutout coming against Fordham (9/24) while saving two shots ... Also shutout Binghamton (10/24) as Columbia earned the 1-0 win.
Roxbury: Two-year letterwinner as a goalkeeper … Attended the Wake Forest Top Recruit Camp in 2011 … Spent time from 2010-13 training with academies in England … Played for the Bristol City F.C. Youth Soccer U18 squad … Worked with the Player Development Academy U19’s.
Personal: Intended major is economics … Was on the honor roll throughout high school … Parents are Maria and Luis.