|Hometown:||Saratoga Springs, N.Y.|
|High School:||Saratoga Springs|
2015: First Team All-CAA…Second Team All-New England…USILA North-South All-Star…NEILA East-West All-Star…CAA All-Championship Team…USILA Scholar All-America…NEILA All-Academic…Team captain…Started all 15 games…Racked up a team-leading 47 points with 23 goals and a team-best 24 assists…Also picked up 34 ground balls…Ended his career with a 16-game point-scoring streak dating back to the final contest of 2014…Scored five points with a hat trick and two assists against Holy Cross on Feb. 14…Had another five-point day with two goals and three assists in the Feb. 21 win over Manhattan…Handed out three assists to go with a goal at Yale on March 7…Had four points in the win over Colgate (1g, 3a), Villanova (2g, 2a) and Delaware (2g, 2a)…Scored the game-winner in double overtime in the April 18 win over the Blue Hens…Netted a hat trick with one assist in the CAA Championship Semifinals against Massachusetts on April 30.
2014: All-ECAC First Team … ECAC All-Academic Team … ECAC Championship All-Tournament Team … Started all 16 games … Finished with 24 goals and 21 assists for 45 points good for second on the team … Had nine multi-goal games … Scooped up 13 ground balls … Had two goals, an assist, and a ground balls in ECAC Championship final versus Air Force … Tallied three assists and two ground balls in ECAC Championship semifinal victory over Michigan … Had three goals and an assist with ground ball in win at Quinnipiac .. Ha a string of four-straight, two-goal games between March 15 and March 29 … Had two goals and three assists against Holy Cross … Had two assists in win over Yale … Notched two goals and two assists against Providence … Had two goals, three assists, and two ground balls in win over Manhattan … Opened the year with five goals and an assist in win at Delaware.
2013: ECAC All-Academic Team ... Started all 14 games ... Finished the campaign third on the team with 17 goals and fourth with 22 points ... Tallied at least one point in 11 of those games, with eight multi-point games and hat tricks against Hobart and Bellarmine in ECAC play ... Started the year with a goal and two ground balls in the win over Bryant ... Had two ground balls in each of the first three games, and then had a season-high four in back-to-back games versus Yale and Michigan ... Equaled that total in the win over Air Force, adding two caused turnovers a goal and an assist in the effort ... Had a ground ball or more in each of the last five games, totaling 10 during the stretch ... Credited with the game-winning goal against UMBC, scoring twice, and again with lone goal against the Wolverines.
2012: All-ECAC Rookie Team ... ECAC Rookie of the Week (4/16) ... Made collegiate debut with a goal and an assist in the Stags' win over Stony Brook on opening day ... Went on to play in all 16 games during the season, including starts in the last five contests, and finished the season with 10 goals and six assists ... Breakout game came in first start at Air Force, touching net four times with four ground balls in a 12-10 victory ... Finished the year with 11 ground balls, nine of which came in games started ... Scored twice against Vermont ... Had an assist in the Stags' ECAC opener win over Hobart, and followed that with an assist in the win at Bellarmine.
High School: Earned three varsity letters at Saratoga Springs High School, tallying 138 career points ... Scored 24 of his 65 career goals as a senior, serving as team captain ... Handed out 25 assists that final season and earned First-Team All-Star accolades ... Named the Blue Streaks offensive MVP and earned Impact Player of the Year honors ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Son of Angela and Mark Sperry ... Has one sister ... Double major in finance and marketing.