Attended the Academy of Holy Angels HS in Richfield, Minnesota.
Played college ball at Boston College from 1999 to 2003.
Selected by the Texas Rim Rockers as 43rd overall pick in the 2003 USBL Draft.
Selected by the Boston Celtics as 16th overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft. Draft rights traded to the Memphis Grizzlies.
Signed with the Memphis Grizzlies in July 2003. Waived in November 2004.
Signed with Real Madrid (Spain) in December 2004. Released in February.
Signed with the New Orleans Hornets in October 2005. Waived later that month.
Selected by the Albuquerque Thunderbirds as 12th overall pick in the 2006 NBADL Draft. Joined the team. Waived in December.
Signed with the Austin Toros of the NBADL in December 2006.
Signed with Biella (Italy) in July 2007.
Signed with Vanoli Soresina (Italy) in July 2008. Moved to Cremona (Italy) later that season.
Signed with Orleans (France) in August 2010.
Signed with Reggio Emilia (Italy) in February 2011.
Signed with Sant'Antimo (Italy) in January 2012.
Finished his career in Holy Angels HS as leader is scoring, assists and steals.
Earned All-State and All-Metro 1st team honors in 1998-99.
Voted to the Basketball Times Freshman All-America 2nd Team in 2000.
Named Big East Rookie of the Year in 2000.
Set the Big East record for freshman scoring in 1999-00. The record was previously held by Allen Iverson.
Voted All-America 2nd Team by AP in 2001 and 2003.
Voted NABC All-America 2nd Team in 2001.
Named Big East Co-Player of the Year in 2001. Voted to the All-Conference 1st Team.
Won the Dave Gavitt Trophy as Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player in 2001. Won the tournament with Boston College.
Won the World Championship for Young Men in with the US Team in 2001.
Earned Honorable Mention in 2002.
Voted to the USBWA All-District 1 1st Team in 2002.
Voted to the All-BEC 1st Team in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
Named Big East Player of the Year in 2003.
Named to the USBWA All-America 2nd Team in 2003.
Won the Eurochallenge with Reggio Emilia in 2014.
Finished his career in Boston College as the all-time leading scorer in school history.