top of page


"A goal is just an accurate pass to the net"


"Not retiring anytime soon"


"Pound for pound, the best bike polo player in the world." - according to Olsen Aviles


2019 TropiClassic: 1st

2018 Eastside Qualifier: 1st 

2018 Slaydies: 1st

2017 Eastside Qualifier: 1st

2017 LA9: 1st

2016 LA8 Co-ed: 1st place and MVP

2016 No Fun City: 1st

I started playing in Charleston, South Carolina where my buddies and I founded a club after discovering the sport down in Florida in 2009. We had no idea what we were doing but it was the most fun I had ever had on a bike. As a new club, we honed our skills over time but it wasn't until I moved to NYC in 2012 that I really stepped up my game. As a WTF player from the southeast, I found it to be challenging to establish myself in competitive bike polo. I am grateful to the teammates that gave me an opportunity to be able to compete at a higher level. Now as an established player, I try to make an effort to play with up and coming players and I'm invested in the growth of WTF players. In 2019 I hosted a WTF skills clinic in NYC and hope to do that again. I'm very excited to be apart of polo camp and am looking forward to meeting our future polo slayers. Bike polo is a special sport and I'm thankful for everyone who continues to play after all these years and for every person who jumps on a bike and tries out our weird sport. xoxo.

bottom of page