Photos taken by Bill Farnan during Pepperdine's home game vs. LMU and at the Inland Empire Tournament.
Photos taken by Bill Farnan during Pepperdine's season-opening games vs. Golden West, UCSB and Claremont.
CAREER: Appeared in one career game, making three saves in a 20-4 win over Occidental.
2011/JUNIOR: Did not see any action in his final season with the Waves.
2010/SOPHOMORE: Played one half of Pepperdine's 20-4 win over Occidental at the Inland Empire Tournament, making three saves, for his lone appearance of the season.
2009/FRESHMAN: Did not see any action as a redshirt freshman.
2008/REDSHIRT: Redshirted his true freshman season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from the Mid-Pacific Institute, located in Honolulu, Hawai'i, in 2008 ... Played four years of varsity water polo ... Was selected to the all-league second team his senior year ... Also lettered in sailing and swimming.
CLUB: Played four years for the Oahu Water Polo Club.
PERSONAL: Born in Honolulu, Hawai'i ... Son of Robert and Susan ... Majoring in philosophy with a minor in pre-med ... Spent the Summer of 2011 working for Malibu Presbyterian Church as the children's ministry intern ... Career goals include "making a difference in at least one person's life." ... Brother of Christian, who played water polo for Pepperdine for two seasons ... Chose Pepperdine for "the foundation of ethics and the top level of competition."
FAVORITES: Enjoys writing songs and leading worship as his old church ... Favorite pro sports athletes are Joe Mauer and Adrian Peterson ... Favorite pro teams are the Minnesota Twins, Timberwolves, Twins, Wild and Vikings ... Favorite book is Four Loves by C.S. Lewis ... Favorite movie is Braveheart ... Favorite TV show is The Office ... Favorite musical artists are Billy Currington and O.A.R. ... Favorite foods is steak ... Favorite sport other than water polo is baseball ... Lists his biggest sports hero as "anyone who has overcome great obstacles to play for their pure love of the sport" ... Loves water polo because of "the intensity, the fighting aspect and the level of endurance it requires."