Loyola Celebrates 2017-2018 At Annual Banquet
Soccer Student-Athletes Receive Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Recognition
• Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year ('17)
• Patriot League Rookie of the Year ('17)
• All-Northeast Region First Team ('17)
• All-Patriot League First Team ('17)
• Two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (2017: 2x)
• Three-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week (2017: 3x)
2017 (Freshman): Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year...Patriot League Rookie of the Year...All-Northeast Region First Team goalkeeper...Top freshman goalkeeper in the country, being lone rookie goalkeeper named to one of the eight all-region teams...All-Patriot League First Team goalkeeper...Lone rookie named first-team All-League and one of two to earn All-Northeast Region First Team honors...Two-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (9/4, 9/11)...Three-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week (9/4, 10/23, 11/5)...Earned starting role in season opener at La Salle...Played all but the High Point game...Led the team in minutes played, logging 1559:26 between the pipes...Ranked fourth in the Patriot League with a 1.21 GAA and third with a .741 save percentage...Tied for second in the League with seven shutouts ...In Patriot League only games, posted three shutouts and ranked second with a .763 save percentage and fourth with a .997 GAA...Notched back-to-back shutouts vs. St. John’s, W&M...Had seven saves at CAA preseason favorite W&M...Named Patriot League Goalkeeper and Rookie of the Week after the scoreless draw vs. the Tribe...Earned second-straight goalkeeper of the week honor after Pittsburgh and Villanova...Saved a penalty kick and two other shots against Holy Cross to record his sixth shutout of the year...Earned assist by sending long clearance to opposing box vs. American that Josh Fawole collected and scored...Also recorded six saves vs. the Eagles...Had season-best shutout streak of 230:31 broken in 71st minute of Patriot League semifinals vs. Colgate.
Before Loyola: Four-time US Soccer Market Training Center selection...Won back-to-back national championships with Montverde Academy...Played full 90 minutes in all three games to win international tournament; earning wins vs. Flamengo (Brazil) and Feynord (Netherlands), and tying the USA U17 National Team...Played against the US U17 national team five times and hold a 3-1-1 record playing the full game every time...Golden glove during high school national championship 2016 and 2017.