Nickname: Corndog, Wally, Cool Runnings
Weight: 215 lbs.
Born: May 29, 1991
Hometown: Port Coquitiam, BC
Years played in the NLL: 3
Previous NLL teams: Buffalo Bandits
Occupation: LCS Gamer
College/University: Simon Fraser University
Hobbies: Video games and weightlifting.
Pre-game ritual: Listen to White Houses by Vanessa Carlton.
Pre-game meal: Subway
Favourite place on Earth: Home
Favourite lacrosse memory: Winning
Favourite karaoke song: Anything with 2 Chainz in it.
Can't live without: Computer
Biggest on-field rival: Toravis!
Worst injury: Crushed Spirits.
Biggest pet peeve:
Idol: Will Smith/ Jamie Fox/ Denzel Washington.
How Acquired: Traded from Buffalo in exchange for a pair of second-round picks in the NLL Entry Draft.
2014 Season Highlights:
*Secured five loose balls and three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 13-10 win over Colorado
*Grabbed seven loose balls and one forced turnover in the Rush’s 9-8 win in Vancouver
*Scored first goal of the season and added four loose balls in the Rush’s 8-7 win over Rochester
*Snared eight loose balls and season-high five forced turnovers in the Rush’s 10-9 victory over Vancouver
*Picked up three points including one goal plus five loose balls and three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 15-7 win in Calgary
*Potted unassisted goal and added season-high 10 loose balls along with three forced turnovers in the Rush’s 14-5 win over Buffalo
*Scored back-to-back goals including unassisted marker and added one assist and six loose balls in the Rush’s 15-11 victory in Calgary
*Scored one goal to go with four loose balls and two forced turnovers in the Rush’s 12-11 win over Colorado
*Tallied one goal plus one assist, five loose balls, and two forced turnovers in Edmonton’s 14-13 loss to Calgary
*Scooped seven loose balls and two forced turnovers in the Rush’s 10-5 win over Vancouver
Career Highlights: Finished fifth in the NLL in both forced turnovers (29) and goals by a defenceman (7), and was 11th in points by a defenceman (13) in 2014 … Spent 2014 summer season with New Westminster (WLA) and registered 18 points in 18 regular-season games.