After growing up in East Dorset, Vermont I graduated from Burr & Burton Academy in 2007, being the fourth generation in my family to do so. My athletic career consisted of 3 years of Varsity Baseball with a Division II State Championship in 2005 and 3 years of Varsity Basketball with a Division II State Championship in 2006.
After high school I attended Colby-Sawyer College and graduated in 2011 with a degree in sports management. After graduation I moved home and briefly worked at Manchester Parks and Recreation running events during the summer. I then accepted a job as a news reporter for the Manchester Journal where I was able to write on stories such as “Malfunction Junction” being replaced with the 2 roundabouts and the closing of the Sirloin Saloon. During that time I started my coaching career when Bill Muench asked me to coach at his local basketball camp and I started coaching the boys basketball team at The Dorset School.
After more than a year spent at home I moved to the Burlington area to pursue other career opportunities. I got involved in golf management while also accepting a job coaching JV Girls Basketball and assisting the Varsity at Burlington High School where I was able to help lead the team to a final four appearance in 2016. I began a career as a K-5 Physical Education teacher during that time while also coaching at numerous basketball camps and organizing my own AAU basketball program.
In 2019 I moved to Saint Albans and began coaching JV Girls Basketball and assisting the Varsity team. In 2021 we won the Division I State Championship, the schools first since 1993. From there my partner, Mora, and I decided to move back home, where I then accepted the Boys Varsity Basketball position.
I couldn’t be more excited to have the opportunity to coach at the school that had such a positive impact on me in my youth. I will bring a high level of stability, dedication and character in the pursuit of championships while making sure my student-athletes are prepared for their bright futures.