Former professional lacrosse player who won the World Lacrosse Championship with Canada in 2006. He won three Major League Lacrosse titles and led the league in scoring seven times.
He was a star player at Syracuse University, twice winning the Lt. Raymond Enners Award as the best college player in the country.
He set an NCAA record for goals scored in a single season with seventy.
He has children named Braedon and Taylor, both of whom have played lacrosse at the collegiate level.
He and Rob Pannell were both named MLL Rookie of the Year.