Chris is one of the finest midfielders to have played the game on all levels in Pennsylvania. He began his lacrosse career under the tutelage of fellow Hall of Fame inductee Stu Brown with the Springfield A.A. program in the mid to late 1970s. He went on to play for coach John Wynne at Episcopal Academy from 1980-84, where he helped establish Episcopal as a scholastic lacrosse power. During his playing days at Episcopal he was recognized as 1st team All Inter-Ac in both 1983 and 84, and as 1st team All-State 83 and 84. In addition he was selected to the High School All-American team in 1984.
He continued his career at the University of Pennsylvania from 1985-88. At Penn he earned 1st team All-Ivy honors in 1987 and 1988, and was recognized as MVP in the Ivy League in 1988. He earned 2nd team All-American honors in 1987, and 1st Team AA status in 88. He also played in College North/South All-Star Game in 88.
Chris then went on to play for the MAB/Phila Lacrosse Club from 1989 thru 98. He was a key member member of the 1994 World Champion USA Team and was named as the MVP in the World Games Championship Game. He has played for the Phila.Wings since 1989, and is the Wings Captain for the 1999 season. During his years with the Wings the team has been World Indoor Champions in 1990, 94,95, and98. He co-captained the team in 94 and 95 Chris was selected to U of P Sports Hall of Fame in 1998 and U of P Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 96 He also coached at Episcopal Academy for 1 year and in England for 6 months and has participated as an instructor at numerous clinics and camps.
- Four Championship seasons with Wings. (1990, '94, '95, '98)
- 128 points (53 goals and 75 assists) in 78 regular season games.
- 26 points (13 goals and 13 assists) in 16 post-season games.