|High School:||St. Anthony's|
As a sophomore (2011): Did not compete in college lacrosse.
As a freshman (2010 at Princeton): Unanimous Ivy League Rookie of the Year and first-team All-Ivy League selection ... second on team with 28 goals and third with 36 points ... set Tigers record for goals in a season by a freshman ... first Princeton freshman middie ever to be first-team All-Ivy ... six games with at least three goals ... scored four goals in two games against Cornell ... three goals and two assists against Dartmouth to equal high-game five points ... three goals against Rutgers ... two goals against Syracuse and Harvard ... fastest Princeton freshman ever to 10 goals ... three goals against North Carolina, including scoring the team's ninth and 10th goals to tie it 10-10 in the fourth ... three goals and two assists against Penn ... five goals against Manhattan in two and a half quarters ... scored on his first five shots against Manhattan ... five goals was second-highest single-game total ever by a Princeton freshman ... two assists against Johns Hopkins ... two goals and an assist against Hofstra ... three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week ... named to Inside Lacrosse Team of the Week twice.
Before College: Deferred enrollment for a year due to injury ... three-time letterwinner at St. Anthony's ... 2008 Under Armour All-American ... scored three goals in the UA All-America Game ... ranked the 19th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse ... two-time all-league ... scored 39 goals and had 18 assists as a senior ... Long Island midfielder of the year.
Personal: Son of Mike and Jennifer Chanenchuk ... father was three-time All-America lacrosse player at Navy ... mother ran track at Delaware ... older brother of Matt.