2008 (Junior)-- Started all but one game in goal for the Tigers ... Played nearly 1,700 minutes as the U of M goalkeeper ... Posted four shutouts on the season, including two blank slates against C-USA opponents South Carolina and Kentucky ... Finished the season with a 1.30 goals-against average, which was seventh in the conference ... Was fourth in the conference in saves with 76 ... Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week after posting a shutout against Kentucky (0-0 tie) to help Memphis earn the third seed in the Conference USA Tournament.
2007 (Sophomore)-- Served as the reserve goalkeeper for the Tigers during the 2007 season ... Earned playing time against Centenary, logging 25 minutes and two saves ... Played the entire second half against No. 10 Creighton, holding the Jays scoreless and earning one save ... In the next game, helped Memphis to a 3-1 win over Kentucky, guarding the net for the whole second half, allowing one goal and completing one save ... Against Central Arkansas, logged 18 minutes of scoreless action ... Allowed one goal in 132 minutes as keeper.
2006 (Freshman)-- Picked up the win in his first collegiate start at Louisville ... Recorded three saves on six shots on goal in the 4-3 overtime win over the Cardinals ... Earned his first career shutout against Cal State Fullerton by saving two shots on goal to preserve a 1-0 win for the Tigers ... Earned his second shutout in a 2-0 win over Central Arkansas.
Prior to Memphis-- Recorded 13 shutouts his junior year and 12 shutouts his senior year while leading Clinton High School to back-to-back state championships ... Was a two-time all-state selection and was named Mississippi's 2006 Mr. Soccer his senior season ... Was a member of three state championship teams at the club level with Jackson Futbol Club ... Lettered in soccer each of his four years at Clinton.
Personal-- Born Dec. 11, 1987, in Jackson, Miss. ... Son of Sarah Goodlett and Michael Washington ... Younger sister, Sasha, is a sophomore on the Georgia Tech women's basketball team.