2012: Consistent, hard-working veteran keeper enters his final collegiate campaign as a third-year starter and one of the GSAC’s best…possesses excellent technique, good hands, excellent range, and a fine air game…communicates well with teammates who highly respect him…one of two seniors, he is one of the club’s leaders…needs to stay healthy since he’s the only keeper on the roster.
2011: The third-year keeper started every game and played every minute during a breakout campaign in which he posted career-bests in every category…notched 10 wins, including five shutouts, and had a 1.02 goals-against average…won his first seven decisions of the season, highlighted by blankings of Embry Riddle (2-0) on September 1 and Arizona Christian (7-0) two weeks later…kept CSU San Marcos and GSAC foe, Westmont, from tallying in double-overtime, scoreless matches on September 24 and October 6, respectively…shut out Pt. Loma Nazarene 4-0 on October 15…recorded a season-high six saves vs. Hope International on November 17.
2010: Stepping into a starting role in front of the net, the sophomore experienced the highs and lows associated with the position…made 15 starts and chalked up five wins…notched one shutout (vs. CSU San Marcos on 9/8/10) but even that wasn’t good enough for a win in a scoreless tie…his first win came in a 3-1 decision against Holy Names on 9/11/10…racked up a season-high four saves twice.
2009: Playing behind the country’s top goalkeeper (Kevin Lawson) didn’t give the freshman much time between the pipes but the heir apparent did play in two matches without a decision.