Career Summary

Crew Academy goalkeeper who ranks second all-time at Boston College in wins (37) and minutes (5711:04), fourth in shutouts (18), fifth in saves (242), and seventh in goals against average (1.07).

What Scouts Say: "Has ability to make the spectacular save ... Probaly struggles with some consistency, especially the less action he faces the more likely he is to make a mistake and usually it's simple stuff ... bobbles the ball ... at next level teams wil make you pay ... But he's athletic and can make big save ... if he can be consistent he has a pretty high ceiling .... Very calm. I've heard him take a lot of abuse and he stays calm ... He can pick the ball really well ... He can put the ball from his foot or hand exaclty where he wants and not many GKs in college can do that ... Pretty good hands and needs to get a little bit stronger."

2011: Started all 21 games and played 1,910 minutes ... played all but 17 minutes in goal.

2010: Started all 20 games and logged 1,873 minutes in goal ... played all but 26 minutes in net.

2009: Played in and started 21 games, including seven (of eight) ACC contests ... missed two games - at Holy Cross (10/21) and Virginia (10/25) - because of injury ... earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference second-team honors; also captured All-Conference Freshman Team accolades.

Club: Was selected to the 2008-09 U-17/18 Development Academy Central Conference Starting XI ... played in the 2008 PSA World Youth Tournament ... was a member of the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team that competed in the Lisbon International Tournament in May 2009; saw action in one match ... also played with the U-18 MNT in the Northern Ireland Milk Cup in July 2009 ... played in the Columbus Crew youth program; the Crew finished third at the Development Academy finals at the U-17/U-18 level.


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