updated after Penn game
2014 - returned after missing all of 2013 with injury ... is playing on extra man unit and second midfield ... had a goal against Penn ... had three goals against Manhattan
2013 - missed the entire season due to injury
2012 - had 17 goals and six assists ... led team with seven extra-man goals ... had first career three-goal game against Cornell ... had a goal against Virginia in the NCAA tournament ... had two goals against Brown during regular season and a goal and assist in Ivy semifinal ... had a goal and assist in both Yale games ... had first career two-assist game against Rutgers; also had a goal ... had a goal in each of first three games before missing the UNC game due to injury ... returned with an assist against Villanova ... had a goal against Syracuse, Penn, Brown, Harvard, Hofstra and Manhattan
2011 - scored 10 goals ... had two goals against North Carolina and Yale ... had team-best three goals against Hofstra in first collegiate start ... had one goal against Hopkins, Villanova and Penn ...
2010 - had four goals
Played varsity lacrosse and hockey four times and swam for one year ... two-time All-America in lacrosse ... first-team all-league three times ... had 95 goals and 46 assists as a senior and 83 goals and 50 assists as a junior ... had 287 career goals and 145 career assists ... holds school records for goals and points ... Ivy League champion all four years ... won metro league sophomore year ... played left wing and center in hockey ... swam 50 and 100 ... placed third in New York State history fair competition with a documentary on atomic bomb.
Born of Dec. 31, 1990 ... son of Michael Sonnenfeldt and Katja Goldman ... father graduated from MIT; mother graduated from Simmons ... father manages a solar outdoor lighting company; mother is a chef ... older sister Joya rowed at Williams ... has younger twin brother/sister Isaac and Sophia.
|2013||did not play due to injury|
|City/State:||New York, N.Y.|