• Mighty1090 Interview (1/7/16)
AS A JUNIOR IN 2016
Team's Cauldron Award ... Appeared in all 28 matches, starting all but two of them ... Accumulated 117 kills and 1.38 kills-per-set average ... Had six service aces and added 11 digs ... Led team in total blocks with 56 ... Scored a total of 154.5 points ... Season-high nine kills vs. California Baptist (2/5) ... Career-best six total blocks vs. USC (2/6) ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015
MPSF All-Academic ... One of just three Tritons to appear in all 28 matches, with 81 sets played ... Started 25 contests in the middle ... Second on the team in kills (119), hitting percentage (.227), total blocks (55), blocks per set (0.68), and points (159.0) ... Led UCSD with 13 solo blocks ... Reached double figures in kills twice, over the first three matches, with a season-high 14 in the five-set triumph at Grand Canyon (1/10), and 10 more at Long Beach State (1/14) ... Hit a season-best .458 (14-3-24) at GCU ... Season high of five blocks twice over the final three contests, at UC Santa Barbara (4/10) and at UC Irvine (4/18), with two solo stuffs in the latter ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014
Appeared in 15 matches and 33 sets ... Drew five starts at a middle blocker position ... Hit .326 (20-6-43) on the year ... Made college debut with his first career kill vs. UCLA (1/30), and earned first start vs. USC (2/14) ... Best match came at Pacific (2/8), when he put down a season-high five kills without an error on six swings off the bench for an .833 attack rate ... Added three kills without an error on nine attacks (.333) vs. Pepperdine (2/15) ... Put together a four-match stretch from Feb. 7-15 where he contributed 11 kills on 23 attacks without an error (.478) ... Season-high four block assists at UC Santa Barbara (3/7) ... Two blocks, including lone solo stuff, and first career ace, vs. Pepperdine.
Played for San Gabriel Club (2009-12) and Santa Monica Beach Club (2013).
A 2013 graduate of John Burroughs High School in Burbank ... All-Pacific League First Team as a senior ... Three-time Scholar Athlete (2010-13) ... Three-time Pacific League champion.
Born May 1 in Los Angeles ... Parents are Layne and Sherry Beamer, who both attended Miami of Ohio ... Stepmother is Michyl-Shannon Quilty-Beamer ... Anthropology (sociocultural anthropology) and global health double major at Roosevelt College ... Aspires to work in or for another country in either a government position or doing mission work ... Most memorable moment in volleyball to date was providing the game-winning kill against Claremont High School to take back the league title his senior year ... Longboarding and fencing are among his hobbies ... Russian middle blocker Dmitriy Muserskiy is his favorite athlete ... Top film is Monty Python and the Holy Grail ... Listens to The Goat Rodeo Sessions ... Lists his father and high school coach as his greatest influences ... Studied abroad at Victoria University of Wellington in Wellington, New Zealand, from June to November of 2016 as part of University of California Education Abroad Program (UCEAP).