His record-setting career at University of Delaware was capped by winning the IC4A cross country championship in 2000, pacing the Blue Hens to the America East title by winning two events, championships in one meet, and running 8:35 in the steeplechase, ranking him 14th nationally, four times University of Delaware MVP. Finished 15th in 2004 Olympic steeplechase trials.
An IC4A Champion at Van Cortland Park (24:52 5-miles), university record (2000), 14th at Roy Griak Invitational (2000), 17th in NCAA Region 2 (31:10), University record for 8000 meters (24:41) at Lehigh, Course record at White Clay Creek (25:18)
In outdoor track and field at the University of Delaware he placed 3rd at IC4A Steeplechase (2000), America East Outdoor Champion 3000-meter steeplechase and 5000 meters (2000), set a university record in 3000-meter steeplechase 9:00.32 (2000 at Penn Relays)
In indoor track and field at the University of Delaware he was an America East Indoor Champion in the 5000-meter, runner-up 3000 meters (2000), 7th at IC4A 3000 meters 8:21.41, was a university record-holder at 3000 meters (8:21.41) and distance medley relay (1600-meter leg)
Overall was selected as the University of Delaware MVP in cross country (1999 and 2000), indoor track (2000), outdoor track (2000)
Post College he obtained personal bests in the 1500 meters 3:46.34, Mile 3:58 (road), 3000 meters 8:03, Steeplechase 8:35.00, 5000 meters 14:03, 10,000 meters 29:58 (road).
His key performances were 2004 Olympic Trials in 3000-meter Steeplechase 8:36.20 15th place finish, he recorded a 3rd at 2004 Stanford Cardinal Invitational (8:35.00) to reach ‘A’ Standard for Olympic Trials