|High School:||Christian Brothers Academy|
2018 football: Appeared in seven games as a blocking tight end.
2016-17 basketball: Started all 35 games at forward for UAlbany, leading the team with six rebounds per game for eighth in the America East... Notched 7.1 points per game, shooting 56.3%... Had 11 double digit scoring games and two double doubles... Had 14 points and 12 rebounds in comeback win over Brown (11/20)... Double double off 13 points and 10 rebounds at Yale (12/3)... Near double double off 10 points and eight boards in victories over St. Francis Brooklyn (12/17) and at Columbia (12/30)... Matched UAlbany single game record 15 rebounds, adding eight points in win at Hartford (1/28)... 15 points and six boards vs. Stony Brook (2/4).
2015-16 basketball: Made 32 starts in all 32 appearances at power forward...Ranked second in the America East in overall offensive rebounds per game (2.8)...Averaged 7.6 points and 6.0 rebounds in an average of 23.2 minutes per game...Recorded a career-high 15 rebounds at UMass Lowell (2/24), also grabbing his first career double-double with 16 points...Notched his second-consecutive double-double in the following league game at home against Hartford (2/27) with 18 points and 10 boards...Brought down double-digit rebounds on four occasions in his sophomore campaign...Scored 10 or more points for the first time in his career at USF (11/24) with 12...America East Player of the Week (2/29) after averaging 17.0 points and 12.5 and shooting 60.9% from the floor in a 2-0 week.
2014-15 basketball: Appeared in all 33 games at forward for the Danes...Provided eight crucial points against UMBC (1/25) to mark a career high...Grabbed a career-best six boards at UMBC (2/25)...Contributed quality minutes off the bench after original intention to redshirt.
Before UAlbany: A three-year power forward for Dave Doemel at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany…Averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds as a senior captain…A two-time All-Big Ten selection (2013, 2014)…Led the Brothers to the Section II AA Sectional Championship in 2012.
Personal: Philip Greig Stire…Major is business administration…Son of Phil and Carol Stire…Has two brothers, Andrew and Doug.