•Played in 28 games, including two as a starter, in 2011-12.
•Member of both Butler Final Four teams.
•Part of the third winningest senior class in Butler basketball history.
•Three-year All-State performer in high school.
Saw action in both of Butler’s exhibition games...had four rebounds in seven minutes in Butler’s exhibition victory over Franklin...came off the bench with six points in 19 minutes at Evansville...played briefly against Chattanooga and Savannah State...had two points in six minutes against Louisville...came off the bench and sparked Butler’s defensive effort and comeback against Gardner-Webb...had five offensive rebounds and six total boards as a starter against Indiana...had a three-point field goal in six minutes of action at Detroit...came off the bench with three rebounds in eight minutes at Milwaukee...had two rebounds in four minutes off the bench against Detroit at Hinkle Fieldhouse...scored four points and matched his career-highs with two steals and two free throws made against UIC in his final regular season game at Hinkle Fieldhouse...had one point and one steal in five minutes against Milwaukee in the league tournament...scored three points in five minutes against Valparaiso in the Horizon League Tournament Semifinals.
Played in 30 games, including two as a starter...sat out four straight games in January with a deep bone bruise in his left leg...scored four points in first collegiate start in Butler’s season-opener against Marian...came off the bench with seven points and four rebounds against Ball State...had six points and matched his career-high with seven rebounds in a reserve stint at Siena...came off the bench and sparked the Bulldogs with seven points in 18 minutes...scored five points in six minutes against Mississippi Valley State...had four rebounds in eight minutes at Youngstown State...gave the Bulldogs a lift with 15 strong minutes, particularly on the defensive end, against Milwaukee in the Horizon League Tournament championship game...came off the bench with six points and a team-high six rebounds against Old Dominion in the NCAA Tournament.
2009-10: Played in 32 Butler games in 2009-10...had a pair of rebounds in five minutes of action against Davidson in the Bulldogs’ season-opener...scored two points in 10 minutes at Northwestern...came off the bench with four points and five rebounds at Evansville...scored three points and grabbed two rebounds in a reserve stint at Ball State...had three rebounds and matched his career-high with two assists in eight minutes in Butler’s home victory over Youngstown State...matched his career-high with one steal at Youngstown State.
2008-09: Saw actions in all 32 games for the Bulldogs...Recorded a career high seven rebounds to go along with four points in a season high 22 minutes at Wright State...Scored a Career high nine points against both Ball State and UIC...had six points, one assist and a rebound in Butler's Horizon League Tournament Semifinal win over Wright State...Recorded six points and two assists in Butler's Bracketbuster win over host Davidson...Finished the year averaging 2.5 points and 1.4 rebounds per game.
High School: All-time leading scorer and rebounder at Edgewood High School...three-year All-State performer (first team as a senior, second team as a junior, third team as a sophomore)...Indiana Basketball Coaches Association "Top 15" seniors in 2007-08...IBCA Academic All-State selection...four-year all-conference player...named Bloomington Herald-Times Boys Basketball Player of the Year as a senior...four-year Monroe County All-Area performer, including three years as a first team pick...first Edgewood player to be named to the Indiana All-Star Team for the annual Indiana-Kentucky summer all-star series...selected as a "Core 6" player on the Junior All-Star Team in 2006-07...three-year team captain and MVP...ranked sixth in the state in scoring in 2007-08 with a 25.2 average...finished ninth in the state in scoring as a junior with a 23.4 average...wound up as the all-time leading scorer in Monroe County with 1,820 career points...grabbed 830 career rebounds, second all-time in Monroe County to Sean May...averaged 9.2 rebounds per game as a senior...ranked 14th in the state in rebounding as a junior with a 9.1 average...set a school single game scoring record with 43 points against South Vermillion...helped lead Edgewood to four consecutive conference championships and a four-year record of 73-21...led high school squad to an unbeaten regular season and a #1 state ranking in 2006-07...helped high school team to three sectional titles...earned four varsity basketball letters...High School Coach: Jay Brown.