#1 Kyle Cunningham
Pos: GK
Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
Year: SR
Major: Communication
Parents: Siouxz
Birthday: March 2
Hometown: Saugus, CA
High School: Valencia
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2016:  Returning from last year’s season-ending injury, the senior keeper is eager to show off the skills that made him a starter in 2014 and early last year…a consummate shot-stopper, he has made exceptional saves a regular part of his repertoire…has parlayed hard work and aggressive play into a very sound, technical game…displays outstanding composure in the face of onrushing opponents…fearless, he can take a pounding in the box or go after the ball to the 18-yard line…doesn’t give up rebound shots and punches shots and crosses away with authority…possesses outstanding lateral and vertical range…gets to through-balls and his accuracy on throws and kicks has become noteworthy…a vocal athlete, he communicates well with teammates…has the confidence of the coaches to keep the ball out of the net.

2015:  Was in the middle of an outstanding campaign when he went down with an injury in practice, one that required season-ending surgery…played in five games and made three starts…posted a 4-0 record that included one shutout, a 5-0 blanking of Bethesda on 9/15/15…recorded 15 saves and posted a 0.74 goals-against average.  

2014:  Solidified his starting job between the pipes, posting career-highs with 15 starts, 71 saves, six shutouts, and eight wins…played a huge role in stopping the club’s season-opening four-game losing skid when he blanked Westminster (UT) 3-0 on 9/6/14, avenging a 1-0 defeat two weeks earlier…six days later, he held CSU San Marcos scoreless through over 96 minutes of play as the Mustangs won in overtime 1-0…may have played the best game of his career on 9/27/14 when he kept Westmont off the scoreboard in 110 minutes of action, tying a career-high with eight saves, as the Mustangs and Warriors played to a double-overtime tie.

2013:  After platooning through the first half of the season, he took over the starting job in mid-October and made the final nine starts of the year…posted five wins, including two shutouts, and made 69 saves…recorded his first collegiate shutout in a 3-0 win over Hope International on 10/12/13…his second blanking came in a 2-0 victory at San Diego Christian in a GSAC Tournament first-round game on 11/6/13…registered a season-best eight saves twice and had seven on three other occasions.