Height 6'4"
Weight 195
Year Senior
Hometown Johannesburg, South Africa
High School Half Hollow Hills (N.Y.)
Major Political Science
School: CC
Birthdate January 26, 1996


2017: Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season and earned first team all-conference honors for the third time in his career ... Led the conference in goals with 12 and points with 29, thanks to a career-high five assists ... Scored a career-high four goals in a 6-0 rout of Harvard (Nov. 5), picking up Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week accolades ...Helped the Lions draw at No. 24 UNH (Sept. 9) on a first half goal ... Scored a goal and added an assist in a 2-1 defeat of Monmouth (Sept. 12) ... Tallied a pair of goals to lead Columbia to a 2-0 victory over Central Connecticut (Sept. 22) ... Nailed a goal in Columbia’s 3-0 defeat of Brown (Sept. 30) to open Ivy play ... Added one goal and on assist during Columbia’s 3-0 defeat of Penn (Oct. 8) ... Headed in a goal at Cornell (Nov. 11) to help the Lions end the regular season at 11-2-3.

2016: Earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year and first team All-Ivy League honors, while becoming a first team NSCAA All-East Region recipient ... Started all 17 games as a central forward ... Finished the season with eight goals and four assists for a total of 20 points ... Netted three game-winning goals ... Opened the season with a game-winner against Michigan (Sept. 2) to earn Ivy League Player of the Week honors ... Netted a score in Columbia’s 4-3 win at Monmouth (Sept. 14) ... Followed that up with the go-ahead goal in the 82nd minute against Binghamton (Sept. 18) ... Knocked in the Ivy League Play of the Week on a bicycle kick effort at Penn (Oct. 8) in Columbia’s 2-1 overtime victory ... Scored in the second half at Rutgers (Oct. 25) for the game-winner ... Put away a rebound for a goal in the second half of a 3-0 victory against Penn (Nov. 9) ... Posted his first career hat trick and added an assist during Columbia’s Ivy League clinching 4-0 victory over Cornell (Nov. 13) taking Ivy League Player of the Week honors.

2015: Picked up first team All-Ivy League honors at forward during his second season on the pitch ... Led the team in goals with five and points with 11 ... Assisted Frederick Elliot on the game-winning goal in the season opener against UMass (9/6) ... Netted his first goal of the season against Brown (10/3) ... Added the game winner the next week in a 1-0 victory at Drexel (10/6) ... One of two Lions to score a goal in the 2-0 win over Princeton (10/17) ... Found the net twice in his final three games in wins over Yale (10/31) and Cornell (11/14).

2014: Played in 15 of 16 games in his first season, while earning the start in 12 of those contests ... Finished the year with two goals and two assists, for six points ... Earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors twice, first after scoring his first career goal in a win against Fordham (9/24) and also after a goal in a win over Yale (11/1) ... Tallied his first career assist against Marist (9/9), while adding another helper against Penn (10/11).

Half Hollow Hills: Earned seven letters, two in soccer, four in track & field and one in football … Was an all-league, division and county player on the pitch … Rookie of the Year in soccer … Three-time all-league honoree on the track … Academic all-division in football in 2013 … Competed for the Albertson Academy from 2012-14 … Team captain of the U16 and U18 teams … Scored 20 goals as a member of the U16 team, leading Albertson to a third-place finish at nationals … Tallied 23 goals as a member of the U18 squad.

Personal: Studying Political Science at Columbia College … Is a triplet … Member of the National Honor Society … Member of the High Honor Roll from 2010-14 … Born in South Africa … Parents are Martha and Gerhardus.

Year GP GS G A Pts.
2014 15 12 2 2 6
2015 13 12 5 1 11
2016 17 17 8 4 20
2017 18 18 12 5 29
Total 63 59 27 12 66

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