At Princeton — 2012-13: posted third-fastest 500 free (4:28.91) and fourth-fastest 200 free (1:37.86) of the Princeton season … helped Princeton to fifth-straight Ivy League championship. 2011-12: earned Mid-Major All-America Honorable Mention … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in the 800 free relay at the Ivy League Championships … earned second-team All-Ivy League honors in the 200 free relay (1:36.18) … placed fourth in the 500 free at the Ivy League Championships in a time of 4:22.39. 2010-11: placed third in the 200 free final at the Ivy League championship meet and helped Princeton win its third straight title … reached the 'B' final in the 50 free … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in the 800 free relay. 2009-10: won the William B. Nash Memorial Trophy as the top Princeton freshman … earned first Ivy League individual championship when he won the 200 free in 1:36.82 at the 2010 Ivy championship meet … placed 10th in 50 free Ivy final at Ivy Championships and also reached consolation final of 100 free… earned first-team All-Ivy honors in the 800 free relay
Before Princeton — Top Times: (SCY) 100 free, 45.60; 200 free, 1:39.14; (LCY) 50 free, 23.95; 100 free, 52.71; 200 free, 1:53.64 ... earned eight NISCA All-America honors ... four-time state qualifier and first-team all-league selection ... qualified for junior nationals in three events and senior short course nationals in two events ... individual high point scorer at Speedo Sectionals ... placed first in 200 and 400 free relays in state finals and recorded three top-five individual finishes in either 100 or 200 free in his career ... led team to three team state championships and two NISCA team national championships ... led club team, the Cincinnati Marlins, to three sectional championships ... placed fourth in nation on National French Exam ... earned departmental awards for English I, Faith and Sacraments, French IV, AP US History, AP Biology, Pre-calculus AB, French V ... National Honor Society member ... AP Scholar ... Kenyon College Book Award recipient.
Personal — born July 11, 1990 ... son of Scott and Ann Lawley ... father is a banker, mother is a homemaker ... has three younger brothers, Robert, Sam and Nate ... interested in foreign culture, travel and epidemiology ... enjoys European League soccer.