2013-2014: Played in 25 games ... posted a season-high six points, four rebounds and two steals versus Marygrove (1/3) ... had two points and two rebounds at Kent State (2/15) ... pulled down three rebounds at Ball State (2/19) ... scored three points in home match-up with Toledo (3/4) ... tallied two points and two rebounds in MAC Tournament game at Eastern Michigan (3/10).
2012-13: Appeared in 20 games ... Tallied a career high 14 points, and 6 rebounds in a 76-62 win over Olivet (11/16) ... recorded a career high 4 blocks in a 59-55 win over Wright State (11/21) ... averaged 2.1 ppg, 2.0 rpg and 10.7 mpg.
2011-12: Played in 31 games ... averaged 1.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game ... had a game-tying jumper with two seconds left that forced a second-overtime against Charlotte (11/15) ... scored a career-high eight points on 4-of-5 shooting at Iowa State (12/18) while grabbing four rebounds ... grabbed a career-high six rebounds in the season opener against Ferris State (11/12) ... blocked 10 shots on the year.
2010-11: Inactive due to injury.
2009-10: Missed the season's first 13 games with a shoulder injury ... played a season-high 13 minutes at Northern Illinois (2/24/10), scoring two points and grabbing two rebounds.
2008-09: Limited to nine games due to injury ... scored two points at Cal State Fullerton (12/6/08) and against Illinois State (12/17/08) ... pulled down two rebounds against Alcorn State (12/15/08) and at Kentucky (12/29/08) ... had two steals in one minute off the bench at Eastern Michigan (1/13/09).
High School: Named first-team Class A all-state by the Detroit News, Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan and Associated Press and second team by Detroit Free Press as a senior ... Lansing State Journal Dream Team selection ... ranked in the state's top 100 players by the Detroit Free Press and among the Detroit News "Seniors to Watch" ... averaged 16.3 points and 9.6 rebounds as a senior and 11 points and seven rebounds as a junior ... scored 20 or more points on eight occasions as a senior, including seven double-doubles ... ranked the No. 4 power forward in the state by prepspotlight.com and No. 5 by insideprepsports.net ... McDonald's All-America nominee ... high school coach was Craig Fields and played AAU ball for Detroit Showtime and Johnny Walker ... earned letters in basketball (two) and baseball (one).