2009 (Senior): MAAC Offensive Player of the Year for the second-straight season... All-MAAC First Team... Member of the Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy Watch List... Scored the Greyhounds first goal of the season on a penalty kick in the ninth minute against Mount St. Mary's (9/4)... Also assisted on Loyola's other two goals in that match... Tallied the game-winning golden goal in the second overtime period against Syracuse (9/11)... Assisted on Phil Bannister's winner versus Towson (9/19)... Scored at least one point in eight-stragith matches from September 30-October 30... Recorded goals in four consecutive from October 6-18... Notched his second career hat trick against Rider (10/10) and then scored a pair of goals versus Niagara (10/16)... Earned MAAC Player of the Week honors on October 12 and 19... Also tabbed the ECAC Offensive Player of the Week on October 19... Assisted on all three Loyola goals, each scored by a different player, at Siena (10/25)... Added a second half score against then-No. 22 Iona (10/30).
2008 (Junior): Led a potent Loyola scoring attack with 39 points, scoring team-highs of 14 goals and 11 assists... Striker started and appeared in all 21 games for Loyola, which finished second in the country with 2.33 goals-per-game... 2008 MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, he earned a spot on the league First Team, as well on the NSCAA/adidas All-North Atlantic Regional team... Named to the third-team Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Year - a variation of an All-America team... His 1.86 points-per-game finished eighth in the country, and his 0.52 assists-per-game stood 10th... Sat atop the league standings in individual points (39), goals (14) and second in assists (11)... Garnered a team-high three MAAC Player of the Week laurels coming on September 1, October 6 and November 4... Led Loyola with four game-winning goals and with 70 shots, a mark which also topped the MAAC... Scored all three of his team's goals in the 3-nil victory over Manhattan (11/2), becoming the first Loyola player since Omar Alfonso in 2003 to earn a hat-trick... Netted his third of the day just seven minutes into the second half during that game. Named MVP of the Black and Decker Soccer Classic, scoring three of Loyola's four goals in posting a pair of 2-nil wins to start the season... Played a key role in securing a win over Quinnipiac (10/4) in the program's 1,000th all-time match, scoring twice and assisting on the game-winner off a direct kick in the 90th minute... Lifted Loyola to a 1-nil win over Saint Peter's (10/31), scoring the game-winner in the 64th minute on a rebound opportunity... Against UNC Greensboro (11/25) in the College Cup, he assisted on Loyola's only goal, coming off a cross which Phil Bannister headed home.
2007 (Sophomore): Played in 20 games, starting 19 matches at attack... Team's third-leading scorer with six goals and four assists... Scored three game-winning goals... Took Loyola's only penalty kick and was successful... Posted season-high three points in 2-nil victory over MAAC rival Fairfield ... Finished season with .590 shot-on-goal percentage.
2006 (Freshman): Played in 15 games at attack and started 14 of those matches... Led the team with six goals... Scored two game-winning goals... First college goal came against Syracuse on Sept. 1... Posted season-high two goals in 4-3 win at Canisius on Oct. 6... Notched three points with one goal and one assist in 3-nil victory against Siena on Oct. 13... Scored 11 points during seven-game stretch in October... Finished season with three assists and 15 total points... Named to the MAAC All-Rookie squad.
Before Loyola: Played five years of soccer and basketball at Bexley Grammer... Was team's top goal scorer all five years... Led school to two runner-up finishes in county championships... Was a three-time county selection... Also selected to London State/City team... Won southern counties championship with London... Was top goal scorer for Gravesend & Northfleet club team... Scored 82 goals in 95 club matches ... Named Coaches Player of Season in 2006.
Personal: The son of Nick and Alison Darvill... Born in London, England... Majoring in finance at Loyola.
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