|High School:||Archbishop Curley|
2012: Enters into his junior campaign as he brings versatility to the Spartan program . . . earned All-CAC honors last season . . . can play anywhere on the pitch . . . tremendous pace . . . has played quality minutes for the Green and White and will look for even more significant playing time this season.
2011: Appeared in 18 games with 15 starts this season . . . scored two goals and had one assist for five total points . . . took nine shots with four shots on goal . . . had one game winning goal at Frostburg St. on Oct. 22 . . . recorded a single-game high five shots at Wesley on Oct. 16.
2010: Appeared in 21 of York's 22 contests in just his rookie season . . . tallied one goal and one assist for the year . . . scored his goal in York's 2-1 loss to Johns Hopkins on September 8 . . . filled in exceptionally well at the demanding center back position well called upon during the year . . . part of York's fifth Capital Athletic Conference Tournament championship and sixth straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Personal: Is a marketing major . . . the son of Matt and Darlene Beale . . . born on April 2, 1992 . . . played club soccer for the Baltimore Bays Chelsea Academy . . . was a captain on both his high school and club teams . . . older brother, Matt, was an all-conference performer for the Spartan soccer program from 2004-2007 . . . lists his parents as the people he most admires . . . hobbies include sports . . . favorite athlete is Alex Ovechkin . . . chose York to “win a national championship” . . . most significant athletic achievement was playing for the MIAA championship . . . after graduation he plans on continuing to play soccer.