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Matt Sanchez
Matt  Sanchez


Owings Mills, Md.

High School:
McDonogh School

Last College:
Old Dominion

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180


2015 (Junior): Started 16 games, logging 1480 minutes in goal…Posted three shutouts and stopped a career-best eight shots vs. American…Gave up 28 goals for a 1.70 goals-against average…Stopped 69 shots for a .711 save percentage…Recorded his 100th career save in a scoreless tie with Lafayette…Notched his 50th save of the season in a loss at Bucknell…With 69 saves, he finished the regular season tied for second in the Patriot League.

2014 (Sophomore):
Played every minute in goal...Made his debut as a Greyhound in season opener at St. Francis...Finished the season with 70 saves and four shutouts...Earned first career shutout by stopping three shots in win over Howard...Stopped four shots at Drexel for second shutout...Stopped three shots in an shutout win over La Salle in overtime...Named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week on October 6 after shutout in versus Colgate...Made a career-high seven saves in a 1-1 tie against No. 20 Boston University...Picked up second Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week honor on October 27 for his play against the Terriers...Logged 1-1 double-overtime ties against all three nationally ranked teams on Loyola's schedule - No. 21 UMBC, No. 20 Boston University and No. 23 Navy

2013 (Freshman at Old Dominion): Played all 90 minutes of a loss to William & Mary...Stopped two shots in the game.

High School: Played for head coach Steve Nichols at national powerhouse McDonogh School...Helped McDonogh to three MIAA Conference Championship games, winning the title in his junior year...Allowed only one goal in those three title game appearances and notched 54 career shutouts - a Maryland state record...Was the starting goalkeeper of the U-20 Puerto Rico National Team...Led the Baltimore Bays Chelsea to the USYSA National Championship...Named All-American Southern Region and to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro squad...Did not allow a goal in the initial World Cup qualifiers in San Juan against Bermuda, barbados and Haiti.

Personal: Son of Victor and Ada Sanchez.





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