2004: The 2004 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year ... A 2004 C-USA All-Conference First Team selection ... Collected 7.5 shutouts with 4.7 coming in conference play against Cincinnati, Louisville, #21 Saint Louis and #17 UAB and a joint effort against East Carolina ... Named Conference Defensive Player of the Week three times (9/27, 11/1, 11/8) ... His 0.69 goals against average was the 8th best in the nation and led the conference ... Broke the school's single season goals against average record of .80 set by current women's coach Brooks Monaghan in 1992 ... Set a new career goals against average record with a 1.03 two-year average breaking Monaghan's 1.40 average from 1992-94 ... Led the conference in save percentage with a .859 average and was second in shutouts with six complete ... Fifth in the conference in saves with 69 and eighth in saves per game with a 3.63 average ... Had five games with six saves or more including a season high nine against Vanderbilt ... Only allowed more than one goal twice this season; two against #10 USF and #23 UAB ... Blocked a penalty kick for the first time in Tiger history since 1992 that would have tied the score at 1-1 in an eventual shutout of No. 21 Saint Louis ... Had a 465 minute scoreless streak dating back to a lone penalty kick goal by DePaul that ended in the C-USA Championship game against #23 UAB ... Was 15-4 in 19 starts, helping the Tigers capture their first C-USA regular season title and C-USA Championship ... A 2004 Vanderbilt Puma Classic All-Tournament Team selection.
2003: Transferred to Memphis from Mid-Continent in Kentucky ... made an immediate impact between the pipes ... assumed the starting goalie position in the second game of the season and drew starts in 13 of the 14 games he appeared in ... also started in seven C-USA matches ... led the Tiger goalkeeping corps with a 1.42 GAA and 37 saves ... made 20 saves in league play, while maintaining a 1.78 GAA ... collected six wins in goal for Memphis, including shutout performances against Iona and UAB ... made a season-high five saves in a losses to Evansville (9/21) and Cincinnati (10/1).
2002 at Mid-Continent: Led MCC to an 18-4-1 record and a No. 9 ranking in NAIA national polls ... made 95 saves and had a 1.27 GAA in 1,917 minutes in goal ... MVP at the Casey Jones Village Soccer Classic at Union University ... was named Player of the Week four times in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) ... helped Mid-Continent finish as runners-up in the NAIA region XII soccer championship.
Prior to Mid-Continent: Was the 1999 MVP at the B Metropolitana Tournament in Argentina ... led his squad to a second-place finish in the Mario Alberto Kempes Tournament in Argentina ... was part of the Argentina National Team U-16 ... helped lead his team to a runner-up finish in the NCCAA National Tournament.
Year GP GS SVS GA GAAvg Min. SV Pct 2003 14 13 37 20 1.42 1265:23 .649 2004 19 19 69 12 0.69 1563:34 .852 TOT 33 32 106 32 1.03 2828:57 .768