D.C. United has again called up goalkeeper Andrew Terris, this time for Wednesday night's match against the Colorado Rapids and for Saturday night's game with the New England Revolution. Terris, a 2002 graduate of Stanford University, is currently under contract to Major League Soccer as part of the goalkeeper pool and available for assignment to league teams. He was called to action with the Black-and-Red for last Saturday's match in San Jose, however was not summoned from the substitutes bench.
Terris enjoyed a very successful career at Stanford, earning honorable mention All-Pac-10 and First Team Academic All-Pac-10 accolades in 2001. He started 21 matches for the Cardinal as a junior, with a 0.64 goals-against average. He was the starting goalkeeper in 11 of Stanford's 12 shutouts on the 2001 campaign.
As a senior, he split time with Robby Fulton, and was named to the CoSIDA District 8 All-Academic Team, maintaining a 3.68 GPA as a Psychology major. His 87 career saves rank him eighth all-time on Stanford's books, and he finished his career with eight solo shutouts and a career goals-against average of 0.97.