Duo becomes first pair of Stony Brook teammates to earn preseason honors in same year.
2006-07: Appeared in all 29 games earning 20 starts ... second on team in scoring with 12.2 ppg ... led the team in assists (77) and was second in steals (45) ... second on team with 18 double-figure scoring games ... scored 20 points in the Seawolves season-opening victory over Colgate (11/10) .... tied a career-high with 24 points against Cornell (11/13) ... poured in 21 points in 59-51 road victory over Penn State (11/17) ... tallied 18 points on 7-of-15 shooting in victory over Columbia (11/25) ... scored 14 points at Notre Dame (12/30) ... scored 18 points including five in overtime in 69-62 OT win over Boston University (1/18) ... went season-best 8-11 from the field for 20 points at Binghamton (1/31) ... scored game-high 20 points, going 8-16 from the field in loss to Albany (2/22) ... went for 16 points and tied a career-high with seven assists in regular-season finale against Maine
2005-06: Appeared in 22 games earning 21 starts ... an America East Third Team Selection .... led the Seawolves in scoring with 14.1 ppg. . . scored in double digits in 15 games .... led the team in scoring on 12 occasions and in assists in seven games ... scored 20 or more points four times ... recorded nine points and three steals in his return to the lineup since his injury in 2004 against Albany (12/23) ... tallied 14 points at UConn (12/28) . . . netted 13 points, grabbed six boards, and dished five assists at Wagner (12/30) ... in the first win of the season, poured in 20 points versus Colgate (1/2) . . . finished with 16 points, including the game-winning three-point play with 1.5 seconds left in the first ever win over Vermont (1/5) . . . tallied 17 points, six boards, four assists, and three steals at Binghamton (1/8) . . . netted 22 points, including 14 in the first half, on 8-19 shooting in a win against Dartmouth (1/10) . . . recorded 19 points at George Washington (1/16) . . . registered 18 points, three assists, and three steals against Boston University (1/19) . . . went 10-21 from the floor for 23 points to go along with four boards and three steals at Hartford (1/22) . . . poured in a career-high 24 points, going 10-19 from the field with three rebounds, three assists, two steals, and a block in a home win over UMBC (1/28) . . . scored 16 points and picked up five rebounds at Vermont (2/8) . . . recorded 15 points along with three assists and three steals versus Hartford (2/23) . . . tallied 17 points, five assists, four rebounds, and three steals in the regular season finale against Maine (2/26) . . . dished out a career-high seven assists to go with 11 points in the first round of the America East Tournament vs. UMBC (3/3).
2004-05: Suffered a broken foot in the game against Rhode Island and was lost for the season. Awarded medical redshirt.
2003-04: Appeared in 30 games, starting 20 . . . named America East Rookie of the Week four times . . . was third on the team in scoring with 10.3 points per game and shot 33 percent from the three point line . . . went 5-6 from the floor scoring a team high 14 points including the game-winning shot versus Dartmouth (11/21) . . . scored nine points against the Utah Utes (11/23) . . . named America East Rookie of the Week (11/24) . . . collected a team high 13 points, eight rebounds and four assists against Lehigh (11/25) . . . posted 10 points in the loss to St. John's (11/29) . . . recorded five assists and three steals in the win over Army (12/11) . . . tallied nine points in the win over Hofstra (12/13) . . . registered 11 points and four steals versus Columbia (12/20) . . . grabbed six steals, two assists and went 4-4 from the free throw line scoring 15 points against Boston College (12/23) . . . named America East Co-Rookie of the Week (12/29) . . . scored a team-high 22 points adding three rebounds, three assists and three steals versus Brown (12/30) . . . collected five points, seven rebounds and four assists against Northeastern (1/2) . . . registered five points, four rebounds and three steals versus Maine (1/4) . . . handed out five assists and shot 4-7 from the field scoring 11 points against UMBC (1/7) . . . turned in seven points, four assists and two rebounds versus New Hampshire (1/11) . . . dished out a team-high five assists against Vermont (1/14) . . . posted six points, four assists and four steals in the win over Albany (1/21) . . . gathered 10 points and four rebounds versus Boston University (1/28) . . . scored 13 points against Vermont (2/11) . . . recorded six points and a team-high four steals in the win over Hartford . . . (2/14) . . . netted 12 points in win vs. Albany (2/18) . . . equalled a career-high with 22 points on 7-for-11 shooting and added three steals against Binghamton (2/22) . . . scored 13 points vs. Boston University (2/26) . . . handed out four assists and led the team with 22 points, hitting 11-13 from the field versus New Hampshire (2/29) . . . scored eight points and grabbed four steals against UMBC (3/5) . . . tallied 11 points and five rebounds versus Boston University (3/6) . . . posted 12 points against Maine (3/7).
High School: Played for one of the winningest coaches in NYC basketball history, Bob Oliva at Christ the King. Oliva's track record for developing his players into pros is unparalleled . . . the three-year letterwiner was named the Newsday Queens Player of the Year as a senior after averaging 16 points and seven rebounds per game in helping the Royals to a CHSAA title . . . All-City pick as a junior . . . he finished with 1,164 career points which placed him fifth on Christ the King's career scoring list.