|High School:||Broadneck HS|
GREENE'S HONOR ROLL
- 3x Academic All-Big Ten (2014, 2015, 2016)
As a Junior (2016): Appeared in all 13 games, making 9-of-14 field goals and 37-of-38 extra point attempts ... made lone FG attempt vs. Boston College (12/26) ... hit two field goals at FIU (9/9).
As a Sophomore (2015): Appeared in four games, starting the final three due to the injured Brad Craddock ... an All-Big Ten Academic selection ... converted all 11 PAT attempts and 3-of-5 field goal attempts ... made first career appearance against Wisconsin (11/7) in relief of the injured Brad Craddock, knocking down a 44-yard field goal and making both PAT attempts ... made first career start at #14 Michigan State (11/14) - hit lone PAT attempt ... knocked down all four extra points against Indiana (11/21) ... made 2-of-3 field goals at Rutgers (11/28), converting from 26 and 25 yards.
As a Redshirt Freshman (2014): An All-Big Ten Academic selection ... did not see game action.
As a Freshman (2013): Served a redshirt season ... named a National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame National High School Scholar-Athlete award winner.
At Broadneck Senior High School: Started all four years for the Bruins … a two-time Maryland All-State selection … holds the Maryland state record for career field goals (27) … also considered Wake Forest, Vanderbilt and Navy … coached by Rob Harris.
Personal: Honored by the National Football Foundation in 2013 as a National High School Scholar-Athlete ... son of Brent and Debbie Greene … father rowed crew at the Naval Academy … brother Andrew graduated from Maryland in 2013 … majoring in finance ... came to Maryland because of the “supportive coaching staff and academic opportunities.”