In his four-year varsity career he scored 221 goals, the UA record and unequalled in intercollegiate polo. He led Arizona to the 1940 National Invitational Tournament, following which he was named All America. He was the first UA polo player to letter four years and the first to be selected captain for two years. A pilot in World War II, he was shot down and spent the balance of the war in a Nazi P.O.W. camp. After the war, he resumed playing club polo, winning many championships. In 1991, at age 72, he was MVP of the Geeburg Seniors Polo Club in Southern California.