Cavallini to Waterman: Meet the 11 MLS players on Canada’s World Cup roster
Canada’s 26-player roster for the FIFA 2022 World Cup is out.
ACQUIRED: Selected 7th overall by MNUFC in the 2019 MLS SuperDraft
St. Clair joined the Loons from the University of Maryland after leading the Terrapins to the 2018 NCAA National Championship. He did not allow a goal in the final 500 minutes of the season and at Maryland worked with coach Sasho Cirovski, who is known for his work with current USMNT goalkeeper Zack Steffen. At 6-foot-3-inches and 165 lbs, St. Clair brings length to the position and is a modern keeper who wants to play with the ball at his feet and be a distributor. The native of Pickering, Ontario, was named to the USC Third Team All-North Region.
2021: Made first start on April 16 at SEA
2020: Made MLS debut and earned first win and clean sheet (3 SV/0 GA) on September 6 vs RSL...Earned second win (0 SV/2 GA) on September 9 vs FCD...Claimed second clean sheet (4 SV/ 0 GA) on September 27 vs RSL...Earned third win and third clean sheet (3 SV/0 GA) on October 3 vs CIN...Earned fourth clean sheet (3 SV/0 GA) on October 6 at NSH...Earned fourth win and fifth clean sheet (2 SV/0 GA) on October 24 at CIN...Earned fifth win (3 SV/1 GA) on October 28 vs COL...Earned sixth win and sixth clean sheet (4 SV/0 GA) on November 8 vs FCD...Earned first win and clean sheet (6 SV/0 GA) in the MLS Cup Playoffs on November 22 vs COL...Earned second win and clean sheet (4 SV/0 GA) on December 3 at SKC
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