2005-06: He competed in the 2006 Division I/Summer Nationals in June, where he finished 57th ... he was a member of the 2006 Falcon Sports Camp cadre ... became a two-time NCAA All-American in men's epee after finishing eighth at the NCAA Men's and Women's Fencing Championships in March ... qualified for the NCAAs with a third-place finish at Regionals ... helped to lead his team to a 9-0 team finish at the Northwestern University dual meet ... his team finished 4-2 at the UC San Diego meet as well. 2004-05: Another of AFA's top fencers, he finished second in the Junior World Cup ... one of four Academy members to compete at 2005 Summer Nationals, he was the only AFA member to qualify for the individual competition, finishing 48th ... the Academy team finished fourth ... he finished 13th at the 2005 NCAA Fencing Championships ... he was a Junior Olympic qualifier, finished sixth of 212 competitors ... finished 71st at the Kansas North American Cup ... in the NAC in Virginia he finished 23/178 ... took seventh place in mixed at the Falcon Open ... at the Military Championships he finished second against Army ... he tied for third in the open event at the New Mexico Open ... finished fifth at the Nick Toth Open in mixed epee. 2003-04: He was All-American honorable mention 2004 ... he qualified for NCAAs with a fourth-place showing at the Western Regionals ... at NCAAs, earned All-American status after finishing 11th. Before Air Force: He competed at Pan-American Games 2003, Hungary World Cup 2002, Tauberbischofscheim World Cup 2002. Academy: He was a member of the 2006 Falcon Sports Camp cadre ... member of Cadet Squadron 19.