I was a two-sport athlete at St. Francis High School and continued playing both basketball and baseball in college at Fredonia State. I graduated Fredonia with a Bachelor’s in Communications and then attended law school, enrolling at Syracuse before transferring to University of Buffalo, where I graduated with my Juris Doctor in 2010 and I passed the New York State bar exam in 2011.
I have continued my passion for athletics by coaching at my high school for the last nine years, both basketball and baseball. I am currently the varsity basketball assistant coach at St. Francis, where we are coming off our best season ever, which included a regular season championship and top local and state rankings.
I am incredibly passionate about both high school and college athletics, and that passion has led me to the amazing company, NCSA. I have always tried to help my players and any athletes by providing advice and wisdom, as well as helping connect college coaches to good high school players. This is something that I find extremely gratifying and fulfilling, and I am thrilled to be able to do that as a career.