Four League MVPs
My Professional Career
2021 Season Summary (7-4):
Most challenging season in my career, as a player and as a leader. We had so many injuries that complete changed what we were able to do as a team and it seemed like we tried to piece together a team and a gameplan on a weekly basis. Nevertheless, we were able to pull it together and win the Austrian Bowl in Tivoli in what I thought was my last game ever...
278-409 (68%) 2889, 29 TDs and 8 INTs
108 Rushes for 485 and 7 TDs
AND 1 Catch for 8 yards and 1 TD!
2019 Season Summary (16-0):
Just when I thought it couldn't get any better... We went ahead and won all three championships (Austrian Bowl, CEFL Championship & ECTC Final ) and on top of that, we decided to not lose any other game as well. Unbelievable. The cherry on top was being awarded the 2019 Austrian League MVP for a third time and for back to back seasons.
286-395 (72%) for 3890, 48 TDs and 2 INTs
74 Rushes for 599 and 11 TDs
2018 Season Summary (14-1 Record):
What a special season. My fourth time around with the Swarco Raiders Tirol will be one I never forget. We won every championship we could (Austrian Bowl, CEFL Championship & Europe's first ever SuperFinal) and was by far my best year of football in my whole career. On top of three championships, I was also awarded the 2018 Austrian League MVP.
267-381 (70%) for 4,294, 53 TDs, 4 INTs
80 Rushes for 688 and 12 TDs
2017 Season Summary (13-3 Record):
In my third season with the Swarco Raiders Tirol, we finished with a 9-1 record in the AFL but lost in the Austrian Bowl. We did however win the Central European Football League in which I was awarded MVP of the Championship Game. We would of loved to win a double championship but it was still a very successful season considering how young we were as a team.
272-443, 61%, 4579 yards, 44 TDs, 8 INTs and 104 carries, 824, 18 TDs
2016 Season Summary (16-2 Record):
I played for the Swarco Raiders Tirol once again and competed in Austrian Football League, Big 6 and also in the Battle for Tirol Series. We finished the season 16-2 while winning the Austrian for the second straight season. I was also honoured with the Austrian Football League's Season MVP and Austrian Bowl MVP.
334-513, 65%, 4,681 yards, 40 TDs, 6 INTs and 80 carries, 566 yards, 15 TDs
2015 Season Summary (15-5 Record):
I played for the Swarco Raiders Tirol, who competed in Austrian Football League, Big 6 and also in the Battle for Tirol Series. After completing my season with the Raiders and winning the Austrian Bowl, I went to play for the Turku Trojans midway through their season they had lost their quarterback due to injury.
358-597, 60%, 4,455 yards, 48 TDs, 13 INTs and 131 carries, 777, 8 TDs
2014 Season Summary (16-3 Record):
I played for the Elancourt Templiers, who competed in France's Elite division and also in the IFAF Champions League. After completing my season with the Templiers, I immediately went to play for the Helsinki Roosters (IFAF Champions League Champion and Finland's Maple League two time defending Champion) to help them achieve their goal of a Maple Bowl 3-Peat, since midway through their season they had lost their quarterback due to injury.
2014 Season Highlights:
Finland's Maple League 3-Peat Championship and Maple Bowl Victory
IFAF Champions League Final Four
Overall: 16-3 record - 59 Passing TDs - 8 Rushing TDs
Voted France's 2014 French Elite Import MVP
Voted Finland's 2014 Maple League All-Star Quarterback
351-585, 60%, 4620 yards, 59 TDs, 7 INTs and 151 carries, 978, 8 TDs
Career Stats in Europe (115 Games, 97-18, 84%):
2,132 - 3,305 (65%) for 29,408 yards, 321 TDs, 48 INTs
728 Rushes for 4917 Yards and 79 TDs
AND 1 Catch for 8 yards and 1 TD!