At Princeton — 2017:
ranked first in the Ivy League in points by a kicker (68) and third in field goals (nine) … kicked a 42-yard field goal in season finale at Dartmouth; added a 40-yard field goal in 52-17 win at Harvard … averaged 59.6 yards per kickoff … made 75% of his field goal attempts. 2016:
starting placekicker for Princeton during its Ivy League championship season … made six field goals and converted on 44-46 extra point attempts for the league's top-ranked offense … had season-long 40-yard field goal in 31-3 road win at Yale … named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week after 35-31 season-opening win over Lafayette … averaged 59.8 yards per kickoff.
Before Princeton — earned first-team all-district and all-county honors … named a five-star kicker by Kohls Kicking, Chris Sailed Kicking, One on One Kicking, and Kornblue Kicking … recorded career-long 45-yard field goal and had 25 touchbacks during senior year … won two district championships … played in the North-South and Private vs. Public All-Star Games … led Belen Jesuit Prep soccer team to No. 7 national ranking and undefeated state championship season as a senior … member of the Olympic Development Program in soccer and competed at several major national competitions … National Honor Society, National English Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society member; served as vice president of the Spanish National Honor Society … Mu Alpha Theta … co-founder and vice president of the Belen Jesuit Investment Club … National Science Honor Society … AP Scholar with Distinction … recipient of the NSLI-Y Scholarship.
Personal — born Sept. 7, 1997 … son of Douglas Rice and Joanna Golden … has four siblings: Sloane, Javan, Breton and Bhoghan … enjoys fishing and hiking … considering studying economics at Princeton.