Nickname: Carl
Sport: Rowing
Hometown: Newark, Del.
Major: Occupational Therapy


Three words to describe yourself?   1) Friendly 2) Dedicated 3) Hardworking

What has been your most embarrassing moment?   When I first learned how to ski I could not stop and ended up at the bottom of the mountain in a large puddle of mud.

What is a fun fact about yourself?   I have never broken a bone (fingers crossed).

Where is the coolest place you've traveled?   Oak Ridge, Tennessee for Nationals in high school.

What's one song on your iPod that nobody would know?   "Farther Along" by Josh Garrels.

Favorite TV show or program?   Hart of Dixie or Say Yes to the Dress.

What do you like to do on your spare time?   Hang out with friends, be outside and eat food!

Favorite Meal?   My Grandmaw's biscuits and gravy!

Who is your favorite musical artist?   Tom Petty.

Any hidden talents?   I can throw a football suprisingly well, spiral and all!

What are your biggest pet peeves?   NOT WASHING YOUR HANDS AFTER USING THE RESTROOM... it's just gross! 

What are three things that are on your bucket list?   1) Go to Ireland. 2) Learn to surf.  3) Road trip the US.

Do you have any pets?   Yes, I have three dogs: Dexter, Mocha and Daisy.

What is your favorite cereal?   Captain Crunch...with the berries!

Dream job?   An ice cream taster that doesn't gain weight.



Who would you like to trade places with for a day?   Luke Bryan, I would love to perform at a concert and I would never be able to dance like that ever again!

If you were an animal which one would you be and why?   A puppy, they get so much love and are happy! Also, I have been compared to the dog from the movie "Up" many times.

If you had one wish, what would it be?   To go to Ireland.

What superpower would you want, or what superhero would you want to be?   To teleport because I would not run late and could travel for free.

What cartoon character would you be?   Bubbles from "The Powerpuff Girls."

Talent you would most like to have?   To be able to play the guitar.



Most memorable moment as a member of the Blue Hens?   Making the boat for the Head of Charles race in Boston, becoming team captain, and getting a first place medal this past season. 

Any superstitions?   When we have testing days at practice, I have to wear the same outfit and a shirt with a bible verse on the back. At races I have to wear my hair the same way and use the same book-bag every time.

What do you and your team do to get students to go to your game?   Beg (haha)... our races are far because we need a river so it can be tricky to get fans out there, but we always have a large crowd of family and close friends so I can't complain!

What is your game-day playlist?   "Beast" by Tech n9one. 

What was the best advice ever given to you?   During my freshmen year in high school, my coach told me to stop playing soccer and row. Choosing to row will always be one of the best decisions I've made in my life. 

Compiled by Shannon Hawley, Athletics Media Relations Student Intern