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MAN 1, MSOC 0
MSOC at MAAC Champs
MAR 3, MSOC 0
2010 (Senior):Started 16 games, going 8-5-2 and compiling six shutouts to lead the MAAC in that category... Maintained a 1.17 goals against average and .774 save percentage... Named Eastern College Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week on September 28 and October 26... Named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week four times, on September 7 and 27 and October 18 and 25... Made a season-high eight saves in a 2-0 win against Niagara (10/24)... Made three saves in a 2-0 shutout of fourth-ranked Monmouth (9/25)... Posted shutout streak of 399:39 minutes, encompassing clean sheets against Rider (10/16), Canisius (10/22) and Niagara (10/24).
2009 (Junior): Started 20 games in goal for the Greyhounds... Finished with a 0.77 goals against average and .848 saves percentage... Had nine clean sheets... Had a season-long scoreless streak of 543 minutes, 38 seconds that stretched from October 25-November 19, a span of five-plus games... Did not allow a goal in over 199 minutes of action in the MAAC Championships, recording clean sheets against both Fairfield (11/13) and Niagara (11/15)... Helped Loyola shutout then-No. 22 Iona, making four saves against the Gaels (10/30)... Made one save in a double-overtime shutout of Fairfield (11/1)... Earned MAAC Defensive Player of the Week laurels following his performances against the Gaels and Stags... Had back-to-back clean sheets against Niagara (10/16) and Canisius (10/18), recording seven saves between the two matches... Named the MAAC Defensive Player of the Week on September 21 after shutting out Towson (9/19)... Had seven saves against the Tigers... Recorded back-to-back shutouts, the first and second of his collegiate career, at Quinnipiac (9/7) and against Syracuse (9/11)... Made his debut as a starter against Villanova (9/1).
2008 (Sophomore): Played nine minutes in goal in Loyola's home win over Canisius (10/12)... Made a save against his only shot faced.
Before Loyola: Played four seasons of soccer at Calvert Hall... Selected team captain senior season... Helped team win MIAA Championship in 2006... Earned second-team and honorable mention all-state honors... Also named first-team all-county, first team All-Metro, and All-MIAA two times... Led club team, Baltimore Bays 89, to two state cups.
Personal: The son of Scott and Tracey Wittman... Born in Baltimore, Md... Has one brother, Trevor... Uncle, John Wittman, played soccer and lacrosse at Loyola... Majoring in business at Loyola.
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