Four time "field captain" of Arizona's first polo teams which "put Arizona on the map." During the years of 1924-26, University of Arizona lost to no other college team except Princeton for the 1924 National Championship and Pennsylvania in 1926, despite having to travel long distances and compete on inferior mounts. Compiled outstanding record against military teams using older, more experienced players riding superior mounts. Led team to Southwestern and Western Collegiate Championship in 1924 and national championship match. Named the "greatest collegian" polo player by the eastern media in 1924.