Q: What team did you play hockey for?
A: Salem High School, located in Salem, New Hampshire.
Q: What do you do for a living?
A: I am a structural engineer with a focus in transportation structures.
Q: Did you attend a University or College?
A: For my undergrad I attended Wentworth institute of Technology where I studied Civil engineering. I then received a Masters degree from UMass Lowell where I again studied Civil engineering with a focus in structural engineering.
Q: Did you play sports while you attended?
A: While at Wentworth I played intramural softball, football, and soccer. I also played men's league hockey whenever I could find the time.
Q: Do you still play hockey?
A: Not as much as I'd like but I get on the ice as much as I can.
Q: What’s the biggest lesson you took from your athletic career that translates into everyday life?
A: Proper teamwork makes everything easier.
Q: Why did you choose to play hockey?
A: No particular reason, my father used to play and my older brother played. We were always watching the Bruins, so having it around me all the time made me fall in love with the sport.
Q: Do you have a favorite team memory?
A: The Salem high locker room after winning a big game.
Q: What was your greatest accomplishment as an athlete?
A: Being able to be a leader on the high school team and a role model for the younger players like the captains of the team were to me, when I was a freshman.
Q: What’s your connection with TSR? Any fun memories?
A: I used to work there. Playing hockey my whole life, TSR was where I went whenever I needed equipment or a sharpening.
Q: Any advice for younger athletes?
A: Enjoy every aspect of the game.