Coastal closes the season 13-3-4
Coastal advances to the NCAA Tournament's second round for the fifth straight season
Coastal has won four straight over the Gamecocks
Coastal can win a share of its 13th Big South regular season title
Coastal is 12-1-2 on the season and 6-1-1 in conference play
2015 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. North Florida -- NCAA Tournament First Round (Nov. 19, 2015)
2015 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Liberty (Oct. 17, 2015)
2015 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. William & Mary (Sept. 12, 2015)
2014 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. Florida Gulf Coast (Nov. 22, 2014)
2014 Coastal Carolina Men's Soccer vs. UAB (Sept. 20)
• 2014 Second Team All-Big South
• 2014 Big South All-Freshman Team
2015 (Sophomore): Named the Big South co-Preseason Player of the Year … Recorded a goal and two assists for four points … Assisted on Bryce Follensbee’s goal in 2-0 win at Presbyterian College (Oct. 7) … Scored the game-winner in the 86th minute in a 1-0 victory against Liberty (Oct. 17) … Assisted on Martin Melchor’s game-winner against North Florinda in the NCAA Tournament first round … Starter in 15 of 20 games played … Was limited in first five games of season while recovering from offseason injury … Anchor along the defensive backline for a Chanticleer defense that ranked 10th in the NCAA with a 0.66 goals against average ... Helped lead Coastal to 10 shutouts, resulting in the nation’s 12th-best shutout percentage (0.50) … Led Coastal in limiting opposition to a mere 4.05 shots on goal per game … Attempted 13 shots with four falling on frame … Logged 1,533 minutes of game time.
2014 (Freshman): Named an All-Big South second team member along with being named to the league's All-Freshman team ... Ranked second on the team with six goals, totaling 12 points ... Scored first collegiate goal in 3-1 win at NC State (Sept. 30) ... Recorded a pair of scores in 4-0 victory over UNC Asheville (Oct. 11) ... Also scored at Liberty (Oct. 18), vs. Longwood (Nov. 8) and against Clemson in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 24) ... Starting center back in 15 of 20 matches played ... Saw 1,500 minutes of game action ... Helped the Chanticleer defense to rank 39th in the country with a 0.85 goals against average ... Aided the defense to nine shutouts during the 2014 campaign ... Helped the Coastal backline limit opposition to a .106 shot percentage ... Attempted 32 shots on the campaign, while recording a season-high five shot attempts against Furman (Sept. 12) and UNC Asheville (Oct. 11) ... Scored the game-winning goal via a header in a 2-0 victory at Liberty (Oct. 18).
Prior to Coastal Carolina: Earned international caps with the Icelandic National Team at the U17 and U19 levels ... Played club soccer in Iceland ... Holds both United States of America and Icelandic citizenship.