Joe is in his sophomore season with the Aquamules. He is a freestyler and one of the most dynamic athletes on the team. He readily swims in any event needed regardless of the stroke and distance. In the classroom, Joe is pursuing a degree in Economics and Mathematics.
As a rookie, Joe took to college training with determination and great success. In his first college meet at the 2013 MIT Invite, he swam career bests in all of his individual events. He was a key member of relays throughout the dual meet schedule and took that momentum into the end of the season. At NESCAC Championships, he again posted career best times in all of his individual events and was member of several scoring relays.
Joe came into his sophomore year ready to build on his success. He picked up where he left off in his previous year and was an important scorer in the team’s push to the best dual meet record in years. At NESCAC Championships, Joe again played a key role in scoring relays for the Mules.
If you have ever seem the film “Forest Gump”, you are probably aware of the ping-pong sequence. Joe is such a die-hard ping-pong player that he could beat the fictional Forrest at his best in those scenes. He loves dogs and he has a lab named Max.