|High School:||NW Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy|
2012 - JUNIOR SEASON
Played in 19 games, starting 18 of those contests…picked up one assist on the year in a 3-2 win at Loyola (Oct. 24).
2011 - SOPHOMORE SEASON
Appeared in all 19 matches and was in the starting lineup 14 times...third on the team in points (12), goals (five), shots (27) and shots on goal (11)...tied for 10th in the Horizon League with his five goals...tied for sixth in the Horizon League with 1.00 points per game in league matches...notched his first goal of the year in the 77th minute of a 2-0 win at San Jose State (Sept. 9)...scored the only goal of the match in a 1-0 win at Pittsburgh (Oct. 5) for his second career game-winning goal...recorded tallies in back-to-back games against Green Bay (Oct. 22) and Butler (Oct. 26)...netted his fifth goal of the season in a 2-0 win over Detroit (Nov. 4)...also had an assist against the Titans, and his other helper came in a 4-0 win over Loyola (Oct. 8)...in eight league games, he recorded eight points to tie for fifth most in the conference.
2010 - FRESHMAN SEASON
His first career goal was the game-winner over No. 1 Akron on Oct. 30, making Cleveland State the only team to defeat the eventual national champions in 2010...played in 19 of the Vikings 20 matches, earning the start in five...attempted 10 shots.
Earned first team all-region honors following his sophomore, junior and senior seasons at Collegiate Academy...named second team all-region as a freshman...led his team to a combined 55-19 record over his high school career, leading the Lions to a state quarterfinals appearance as a junior and a district semifinal appearance as a senior...recorded 100 goals over four years for the varsity team at Collegiate Academy.
Born June 5, 1992 in Erie, Pennsylvania. ...son of Ann Marie and Terry Hart...has three brothers, Tim, Tylor and Noah, and three sisters, Elaina, Gabrielle and Bethany...graduated high school Summa Cum Laude...member of the National Honor Society...journalism and promotional communications major.