The Midshipmen won a school-record 15 games en route to their National Championship appearance in 2004.
After missing his first-two collegiate seasons nursing knee injuries, played his first-collegiate game Feb. 21 at Lafayette in the season opener ... scored a man-up goal in that contest ... produced seven goals during the year as a member of Navy's third midfield line ... scored a career-high four goals against Colgate in a neutral site matchup played at UCF in Florida ... turned in a two-goal effort in the Mids' rout over Holy Cross ... picked up seven ground balls, including a pair in two games, vs. Colgate (regular season) and Holy Cross ... among the 10 games in which he saw action, earned an N-Star for Navy's win over arch rival Army.
Missed the entire season after suffering an injury to his left knee.
Tore his ACL in his right knee at Navy's fall tournament (Oct. 14), missing the entire spring season after undergoing surgery Dec. 4 to repair the tear.
Earned letters in lacrosse and soccer, he garnered first-teal all league recognition twice as a prep at Penn Yann Academy ... elected team captain of the lacrosse team his senior campaign ... played in the Empire State Games ... also garnered first-team all-league kudos in soccer ... graduate of Penn Yan Academy in June of 1998 ... son of Donald and Pamela Osgood.