|Hometown:||San Carlos, Calif.|
|High School:||Saint Ignatius Prep|
2016: Appeared in all 17 games with four starts in the midfield…Scored goals in the wins over UMass Lowell and Colgate…Handed out two assists in the March 8 win at Georgetown to go along with two ground balls and a caused turnover…Had an assist at Towson on April 23…Picked up three ground balls against Yale on March 12.
2015: Appeared in all 15 games with four starts…Scored nine goals…Netted goals in the first three games of the spring, including two in the Feb. 18 victory at Providence…Scored a goal in three straight games to cap the regular season…Also grabbed three ground balls.
2014: ECAC Rookie of the Year … ECAC Rookie of the Week (3/17, 4/7, 4/14) … Appeared in all 16 games, starting 15 contests … Registered at least one goal and one point in first 15 games … Finished the year with 23 goals, good for eighth in the ECAC, and seven assists for 30 points … Had 24 ground balls … Notched a goal and two ground balls in ECAC Championship semifinal versus Michigan … Had a goal, an assist, and a ground ball in win over Ohio State … Recorded three goals, an assist, and three ground balls at Air Force … Tallied two goals and two ground balls in win at Michigan … Had a pair of goals in win over Bucknell … Recorded first collegiate hat trick against Stony Brook, finishing with four points and two ground balls … Posted a man-up goal, an assist, a caused turnover, and a ground ball in win against Yale … Had two goals in against Providence ... Had two goals and three ground balls against Hofstra … Made collegiate debut against Delaware, notching a goal and two ground balls.
High School: Earned two varsity letters at Saint Ignaitus Prep, helping the Wildcats to a 42-2 mark and back-to-back WCAL Championships ... Scored 85 times as a Wildcat, with 51 assists and 119 ground balls ... As a senior, netted 36 goals and 20 assists, with 28 ground balls, to earn All-WCAL First Team honors.
Personal: Son of Staci and David Fleming...Has three siblings...Father played football at Boston University and, sister, Annie, played volleyball at Claremont McKenna College.