Career Games Played/Started: 69/58
Career Stats: 13 goals, 10 assists, 36 points
2012: Philadelphia Soccer Six All-Star ... Appeared in 14 matches, starting each ... Team co-captain ... Second-team All-Ivy ... Led the team in both goals (7) and points (16), both career highs ... Ranked third in the Ivy League in both goals and points ... Tied for third on team with two assists ... Scored in season-opener against Lafayette (8/31) ... Recorded goals in back-to-back matches against Hartford (9/9) and Villanova (9/14) ... Again scored in consecutive outings at Drexel (9/26) and at No. 22 Cornell (9/29) ... Found back of the net at Dartmouth (10/13) ... Scored one goal and added two assists in finale against Harvard (11/10) ... Named Philadelphia Soccer Six Player of the Week for his efforts against the Crimson.
2011: Appeared in all 17 matches, making the start in each ... Finished season with one goal and two assists ... Fourth on the team with shots, taking 20 attempts ... Was key cog in central midfield after spending 2010 out wide ... Recorded assist against Saint Joseph's (/4) ... Notched a helper at Villanova (9/18) ... Found the back of the goal against Long Island (9/25) during the Penn Soccer Classic.
2010: Appeared in all 19 matches, making 18 starts … Established career highs in goals (4), assists (4) and points (12) … His 12 points were third on the club, while four goals was good for fourth … Notched first goal of the season against La Salle (9/5) … Had first career multi-point match at Georgetown (9/19) with a goal and an assist … Ran off a three-match scoring streak from 9/26-10/9 … Began the run with an assist against Richmond (9/26) … Followed up with back-to-back game-winning goals at Cornell (10/2) and against Columbia (10/9) … Also had single-assist outings against Lafayette (9/12) and Harvard (11/13).
2009: Played in all 17 games as a freshman, starting nine ... First collegiate goal was winner in a 1-0 Ivy League win against Yale and earned him co-Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors ... Had an assist in collegiate debut, against Seton Hall (9/4) ... Also assisted on Penn's only goal in 2-1 double-overtime loss at American (10/13) ... Finished with 22 shots on the season, 10 of which were on goal.
High School: Six years of ODP participation ... Traveled for team competition in Europe (2006) ... Played for FC Delco ... Three-time Region I champion ... Two-time national bronze medalist ... 2006 national finalist ... At Downingtown: AAA State and District I champion as a senior ... Named All-Ches Mont, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily Local first team all-area ... Three-time Ches Mont champion ... Two-time second-team All-Ches Mont ... Named second-team all-area as a junior ... State finalist as a junior ... Four-year varsity starter ... National Honor Society and German Club member ... Seniors for Seniors participant.
Personal: Son of Virginia Niebuhr VMD C'78 V'84 and Sam Cantrell ... Has one brother, Niko ... Third generation Penn student: mother Virginia played field hockey, lacrosse and squash for Penn, grandfather, Dr. Herman Niebuhr, Jr. GR'55 attended Penn ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Why Penn? "At Penn I anticipate a great learning experience in the classroom coupled with a great playing experience on the field."