At Princeton — 2015: earned second-team All-EIVA honors after leading Princeton to the EIVA final four for the fourth straight season … ranked seventh in the EIVA with .85 blocks per set … averaged 1.4 kills in 68 sets played … recorded eight kills and three blocks in win over nationally ranked Cal-State Northridge … had five kills and hit .625 in EIVA semifinal against Penn State … recorded season-best nine kills in 3-2 win over Saint Francis … hit at least .500 in nine matches, including six of Princeton's final nine. 2014: ranked eighth in the EIVA with .92 blocks per set; attack percentage of .375 would have ranked fifth, but he didn’t have enough attempts to qualify for the league leaders … averaged 1.52 kills in 93 sets, including season-high 11 against Concordia … hit at least .500 in eight matches, including a 4-for-4 performance in win over NJIT … had four kills and six blocks in Princeton’s first win over Penn State since 1998 … had seven blocks against Concordia and six in three other matches … had season-high four digs in EIVA semifinal victory over Harvard; added four kills and a block in that win. 2013: ranked fifth in the EIVA with 1.06 blocks per set … averaged 1.4 kills in 69 sets and hit .255 for the season … had nine kills in season-opening victory at No. 12 UC-Santa Barbara … hit .455 with seven kills and nine blocks at Penn State; Tigers took first set at State College since 1998 … had season-high nine kills in near road upset of nationally ranked Loyola-Chicago … recorded five service aces in win at Sacred Heart … missed EIVA postseason with sprained ankle. 2012: ranked fourth in the EIVA and 19th nationally with 1.09 blocks per set … ranked third among all freshmen nationally in blocks … recorded double-digit kills in seven matches, including two of the final four … hit .435 for the season, which would have ranked second nationally had he qualified in attempts (averaged 3.3, while national minimum was 4.0) … had career-effort in must-win match at George Mason; recorded 16 kills on 22 swings without any errors … had 10 matches with at least five blocks, including career-best 11 against Juniata … had 12 kills and seven blocks in near upset of Penn State.
Before Princeton — earned AVCA All-America honors after his senior season at Carl Sandburg High ... led team to Illinois state championship and a 38-3 record ... named state final MVP by the Chicago Tribune ... two-time Open Division all-tournament team at Junior Nationals ... Illinois all-state selection ... competed at the USAV Select A1, Holiday and Youth A2 camps ... four-time participant in Junior Nationals (Open Division) ... helped high school team to four-year record of 147-6; recorded 361 kills, 159 blocks and 34 aces in final two seasons ... captained both high school and four club teams ... led Ultimate Volleyball Club to 69-9 record in 2011 ... Illinois State Scholar ... AP Scholar with Distinction ... Physical Education Leader of the Year (2011) ... PSAE Achievement Award ... Joe Devine Award ... J. Kyle Braid Leadership Award.
Personal — born Jan. 22, 1993 ... son of James and Kim Siroky ... father is a police officer; mother is a hair stylist ... has three older sisters: Samantha, Meghan and Hannah ... enjoys biking, fishing and poetry.
Unofficial Team Role — Equipment Commisioner
|Hometown:||Orland Park, Ill.|
|High School:||Carl Sandburg|