"There were three things I looked for in a school, coming to Davidson. One was the academic side of things, being prepared for life after Davidson. Basketball-being able to play at the highest level possible. And my faith was really important to me, being in a place where I could nurture my faith, grow in my faith. Davidson was the best fit for all of those."
"The Honor Code brings a unique type of person to Davidson, who you really want to be around. And there is such a sense of community here that you don't get at other schools. You have friends who want to be there to support you. It happens in sports, but it happens in other activities on campus as well."
The Academic Life
"I thought I might major in economics, but after two math courses I realized that I was really enjoying math. So, I figured, I'll just major in both. I have no problems saying I'm a math geek. It's just fun for me."
Leadership, Game On
"It's not possible to study abroad with our basketball schedule, but I've had these amazing international opportunities with the team during my summers. I've seen incredible leadership at Davidson-on the court, of course. Jason Richards '08 and Thomas Sander '08 were amazing. And the coaches-I could never say enough about Coach McKillop."
"The White Lobster"
"I did not hear about this until a CBS commentator said it during our Elite Eight run in 2008. I love it. It is 100 percent unique to who I am and to Maine, where I'm from. One CBS writer called it the 'greatest nickname in sports,' which is pretty cool. "
"I miss Steph [Curry '10] more as a roommate than on the basketball court!"
"Well, I'm getting married in July-yep, to a Davidson alumna. And I hope to continue to pass actuarial exams and get a job as an actuarial consultant. But I may play international ball for a while. We'll have to see about that."