|High School:||Burgau Gymnasium|
2013: Made 13 starts and played in 16 total games … Was on the field for 875 minutes of action … Assisted on the game-winning goal to help Columbia defeat Iona, 2-1 (9/14) … Provided the helper on Andrew Tinari’s goal in a 2-0 shutout of Fordham (9/29).
2012: Received All-Ivy League honorable mention recognition ... Played in all 16 matches, making 15 starts ... One of only six position players to play over 1,000 minutes (1,222) ... Led the team with 22 shots taken and nine shots on goal ... Tied for the team-high with two goals and five points ... Attempted a team-best 32 corner kicks ... Recorded an assist in 2-1 win over St. Peter's (9/12/12) ... Scored agaist No. 15 St. John's (9/25/12) ... Tallied a first half goal in 1-1 tie at Yale (10/27/12).
2011: Second team All-Ivy League selection...Scored four goals and tallied three assists for a season-high 11 points...started in all 17 games and was the Lions second leading scorer...found the back of the net in three consecutive Ivy Leauge games against Brown, Penn, and in an upset 2-1 win over Princeton.
2010: Ivy League Rookie of the Year ... first Columbia player to be named Rookie of the Year since Stephen Foster in 2001 ... led team with four goals and 10 points ... first Columbia first-year player to lead the Lions in scoring since 1980, when a trio of first-year players (Steve Sirtis, Greg Varney and Amr Aly) ranked 1-2-3 on the team in goals and points ... three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week honoree ... had a goal and an assist in helping Columbia to Mayor's Cup title at Hartwick ... had a goal and an assist in victory over Delaware ... also scored against Seton Hall and Dartmouth.
Burgau Gymnasium: Played right wing for German Youth National Team ... participated in 2007 German National Championship ... helped Germany to third-place finish at FIFA U-17 World Cup in South Korea in 2007 ... also played in 2008 German National Cup ... served as vice captain on German Youth National Team.
Personal: Financial economics major ... son of Dr. Roswitha and Dr. Guenter Sauerbier ... born Jan. 6, 1990 in Dueren, Germany.