|Hometown:||San Diego, CA|
|High School:||Del Norte HS|
2017-18 -- Track: Almost won the Big West title for the 10,000 meters at the conference championships on May 11, taking second place (to teammate Swarnjit Boyal) with a performance of 33:58.87 ... the very next evening after making the All-Big West Team, also finished 15th at the finals hosted by CSUN for the 5,000m, in 15:05.78 ... posted a 5,000 PR of 14:42.42 at the San Francisco State Distance Carnival on March 30 ... began his spring with a pair of back-to-back 3,000-meter efforts: a second-place 8:34.41 at the Cal Opener in Berkeley on March 3 before adding a third-place 8:35.20 at UC Santa Barbara’s Tri-Meet (also vs. UC Riverside) March 10. Cross Country: Helped the Mustangs win their second straight Big West title on Oct. 28 — as Cal Poly claimed the conference trophy with a team score of 29 at UCR ... finished 25th individually at the championship meet, with an 8k performance of 25:24.2 ... also recorded a 21st-place time of 26:27.70 at UCSB’s Lagoon Open on Sept. 2, part of a dominant 17-44 Blue-Green Rivalry win.
2016-17 -- Cross Country: Opened the year with a 33rd-place 8k time of 27:35.99 at the Lagoon Open around UCSB on Sept. 3 ... added a 133rd-place 26:04.2 at the UC Riverside Invite on Sept. 17 ... also finished ninth at the Cal Poly Invitational hosted at Fairbanks Memorial Course in San Luis Obispo on Oct. 15, at 29:17.4.
2015-16 -- Redshirted.
Prep -- As a senior at Del Norte High School in San Diego, finished ninth at the CIF State Cross Country Championships for Division 3, running the 5k in 15:33.00 ... in track season, his top 3,200-meter performance was 9:11.26 (a time that won the San Diego Section title and served as a precursor to his 14th-place finish at the 2015 state finals) ... graduated owning six program records for cross country and one in track ... was a scholar-athlete honoree and was chosen as the overall Nighthawk Athlete of the Year in 2015.
Personal -- Born on Aug. 31, 1997 in San Diego ... son of Craig and Anna ... chose Cal Poly because “it was recommended highly by coaches, it has an excellent engineering program, and San Luis Obispo is beautiful” ... majors in Computer Engineering.