Produced shutout victory in his MLS debut and lone appearance of the 2010 season.
Professional career includes stints in England with Grays Athletic FC, Watford and Southend United.
Spent a brief trial stint with Colorado during the team’s preseason in England in February 2010 before signing with the club.
Did not make any regular season appearances for the Rapids.
Played in five matches for the Rapids Reserves, starting four. Earned a 2-3-0 record for the Reserves, with a goals against average of 1.20.
Played in goal for the Rapids in the U.S. Open Cup play-in match against Chicago Fire (3/30).
Started one game his rookie campaign with a record of 1-0-0 with four saves with one shutout.
Made MLS and Rapids regular season debut in 3-0 shutout victory vs. Houston (8/28).
Made first appearance in a Rapids uniform starting in the team’s second U.S. Open Cup qualifier at NY (5/26) making one save.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL HIGHLIGHTS
Began his professional career with English Conference squad Grays Athletic FC in 2007 on a non-contract basis, but did not see any match action.
Signed with English side Watford FC in October 2007 after a successful one-week trial. Did not appear in a match during the 07/08 season.
Signed with English League One Southend United in July 2008 on a free transfer following his release from Watford. Appeared in three matches for Southend with two starts. Made his debut for Southend on September 20, 2008 in a 4-3 win over Crewe Alexander.
Finished his collegiate career appearing in 34 games with 33 starts with a 19-9-4 record registering 136 saves with a 1.32 goals against average and nine shutouts.
Ranks sixth all-time at SHU in shutouts and 10th in saves.
Majored in liberal studies at Seton Hall.
Ian and wife, Kelly, welcomed the birth of their first child, daughter Aynslee just days after Ian made his first MLS start.
Three-year varsity player at Don Bosco Prep (NJ).
Recorded 15 shutouts as a senior captain and helped team to state finals and was named First Team All-State, as well as one of the Top 51 players in New Jersey.
Earned All-Bergen County and First Team All-NNJIL honors three times.
Member of four conference and county championship teams.