|Hometown:||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|High School:||St. Thomas More Prep|
2010-11: Scored four points in four minutes in Senior Night win over Brown ... made four of seven from the field for eight points at home vs. Harvard ... inished with nine points and eight rebounds in 25 minutes vs. Dartmouth ... had nine points and six rebounds off the bench to spark win over Penn ... scored a career-high 15 points in 16 minutes in win over Maryland-Eastern Shore ... finished with 10 points and seven rebounds in win vs. Colgate ... converted all three of his shots from the field for six points to go along with two assists in win vs. Wagner ... had eight points and a steal in 13 minutes during win vs. Bryant.
2009-10: Played in 18 games ... started seven ... missed early part of the season due to injury ... made large strides during Ivy League season ... tied season high with 10 points at Princeton in his first start in a Columbia jersey ... also scored 10 points and grabbed five boards in season-ending win at Brown ... had eight points and nine rebounds at Yale ... scored nine points in home finale vs. Princeton.
At Loyola Marymount: In 2007-08, started seven times ... played in 25 games ... averaged 10 minutes per game ... had season-high nine points against Wagner ... had six points and six rebounds in 17 minutes vs. Presbyterian ... played for Canadian Junior National Team during the 2007 summer ... appeared in 26 of the Lions' 31 games his first year ... went 18-for-27 from the free throw line (66.7 percent) ... was huge in win over New Mexico State, going for eight points and three rebounds in 12 minutes ... scored eight points with five rebounds against Monmouth ... scored three points with two rebounds in eight minutes in win over Santa Clara ... played seven minutes and scored four points with three rebounds against San Francisco.
At St. Thomas More Prep: Helped the Canadian Junior National Team to a 3-3 record in the 2006 Albert Schweitzer Turnier tournament, which featured 16 teams from around the world in an international competition ... scored the team's only double-double in a 109-81 win over China, finishing with 10 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lead Canada ... helped high school team to a 16-5 record and a semifinal appearance in the Class A Finals.
Personal: Economics major ... can speak French fluently ... Max Zuyderhoff-Craig, b. June 4, 1988.