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MSOC 3, MAN 0
Loyola rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit, with Larry Ndjock and Stephen Dooley scoring second-half goals, to beat Princeton, 2-1
Loyola rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to beat Princeton, 2-1, on September 18. Larry Ndjock and Stephen Dooley each scored goals, and Zach Kane made four second-half saves, in the win.
2013 (Redshirt Senior):Earned first win of the season by playing 25 mins against Princeton, stopping four shots and not allowing one goal vs. the Tigers...Started first game of the season vs. No. 21 UMBC...Had six saves in Patriot League opener vs. Holy Cross...Earned 50th career save against Army and then recorded 50th save of the season at Navy...Stopped two shots in a 1-0 overtime win vs. Lafayette for first career shutout in season finale...Shutout does not show up on the stat sheet because injured Thurman Van Riper was honored by starting on Senior Day...Van Riper only played the first few seconds of the game.
2012 (Senior): Combined with Van Riper to earn a shutout win against Manhattan.
2011 (Junior): Did not see game action.
2010 (Sophomore):Played 31 minutes in the team's 2010 regular season finale against Iona, allowing no goals.
2009 (Freshman): Made his collegiate debut in the 70th minute versus Mount St. Mary's (9/4), coming on for an injured Kyle Wittman... Saved the first shot he faced, less than a minute after his entry... Made his first two Loyola starts at Saint Peter's (11/6) and Manhattan (11/8)... Saved six shots against the Peahens, seven versus the Jaspers... Earned his first win for the Greyhounds in the latter.
High School: Earned four varsity letters in soccer at Perry Hall (Md.) High School... Posted 34 shutouts in goal during his career... Earned All-Maryland First Team honors as a senior and also picked up All-South Region laurels from the NSCAA that season... Was named to the All-Baltimore County team and All-Metro sides by the area coaches and The Baltimore Sun... Helped the Gators reach the Maryland state finals each of his final two years at Perry Hall... Earned a Minds In Motion award and was the President of Perry Hall's Character Education... Played club soccer for Baltimore Bays United '91... Was a team captain and helped the side reach the state semifinals.
Personal: Zachary J. Kane... Born in Baltimore... Son of Nancy and John Kane... Has an older sister, Caitlyn.