As an attackman, he held several records at the time of his induction. He graduated in 1981 as the school's all-time leading scorer, with 151 goals and 160 assists during his four-year career. He held the school records for points in a game (12), season (89) and career (311). He concluded his Loyola career with an appearance in the 1981 North-South All-Star Game. He earned three All-American citations, including a first-team honor his senior year. His last performance in a Loyola uniform was one of his best, as he scored five goals and assisted on two others in Loyola's loss to Adelphi in the 1981 NCAA Division II championship game.