2015 Camps
Princeton Football BIO
63 Joe Goss

At Princeton — 2013: became Princeton's first All-Ivy first-team offensive lineman since 2000 (along with Spenser Huston) … started all 10 games at center; ended career with 38 starts on the offensive line … helped Princeton break Ivy League records in both scoring offense (43.7) and total offense (511.6) … helped Princeton win 10th Ivy League title in program history, and first since 2006 season … helped offense record five 50-point games during eight-game win streak; team had scored 50 points only four times in previous 467 games. 2012: started nine games at center and played in all 10 games for the second straight season … helped Princeton rank second in Ivy League in scoring offense; team ranked eighth the previous year. 2011: started all 10 games at center, making him the only Princeton underclassman to start all 10 games on the offensive line. 2010: earned the team's Donold B. Lourie Award as Princeton's top offensive freshman ... started at center from the second game of the season and played through a season-ending injury in Week 8.

At Chamindade — three-year captain … played both offensive and defensive line … recruited on the offensive line … also lettered in lacrosse and wrestling.

Personal — born June 27, 1992 … son of Brad and Mary Goss … father is a motion picture technician; mother works in information services … has a younger sister Michelle and a younger brother Connor … enjoys boating … interested in politics … may study economics.

Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 260
Year: Senior
City/State: Massapequa, N.Y.
High School: Chaminade