2015 • Appeared in all 15 of UVa's games with nine starts • Started the last nine games of the season after season-ending injury to James Pannell • One of UVa’s five captains • Selected in the fith round (31st overall) by the Charlotte Hounds in the 2015 MLL Draft • Dished out one assist and picked up three ground balls at No. 7 Loyola (Feb. 7) • Scored two goals against No. 16 Drexel (Feb. 14) • Dished out one assist at Rutgers (Feb. 21) • Scored three goals at No. 19 Johns Hopkins (March 21) • Two goals and two assists against Penn (April 25)
2014 • Appeared in all 16 of UVa's games with one start • Made first career start at No. 5 North Carolina (April 5) • Led the second midfield with 12 goals and 17 points • Scored points in 12 of UVa's 16 games • Scored first two career goals against No. 12 Loyola (Feb. 6) • Recorded two goals at Richmond (Feb. 8) • Scored two goals against No. 2 Duke (April 11) • Tallied two goals against No. 6 North Carolina (April 26) in Chester, Pa.
2013 • Appeared in nine of UVa's 15 games • Took faceoffs for the first time in his career, finishing 28-of-53 (.528) • Took his first career draws against Drexel (Feb. 16) • Went 3-of-6 against VMI (Feb. 19) • Was key in UVa's win against Bellarmine (April 20), going 14-of-21 as the primary FOGO • Picked up a career-high six ground balls against Bellarmine (April 20) • Went 9-of-18 at the faceoff X during the ACC Tournament, including 6-of-11 against North Carolina (April 28)
2012 • Appeared in nine games as a SSDM • Made collegiate debut at No. 20 Drexel • Picked up three ground balls against VMI
HIGH SCHOOL • Listed as the No. 36 recruit in the country by Inside Lacrosse • Rated the No. 8 incoming midfielder in the country by Inside Lacrosse • Under Armour All-American • Had 42 goals and 53 assists as a senior • Two-year team captain and a four-time All-Bayside first team honoree • Bayside Player of the Year • Earned four letters in basketball and three in football • All-State in football and Bayside Player of the Year at QB • First-team All-Bayside and selected to play in the Crab Bowl • Graduated Queen Anne's County as the school's all-time leader in career basketball points (1,112) • Was the nation's No. 44 rising senior by Inside Lacrosse as he entered his final year of lacrosse at Queen Anne's County
PERSONAL • Son of Christina and Clark German • Has a younger sister, Kallie • Father Clark was the QB for Delaware Football from 1985-88 • Has worked in the community at Triple Threat Lacrosse Camp and the St. Benedict's Single Mothers Home