Earned four monograms during his Notre Dame career played 37 games in goal, including 33 starts posted a 16-11-5 career record with nine shutouts made 119 saves career goals-against average of 1.09 with a .758 save percentage a three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
FIFTH-YEAR: Started 12 games in goal posted a 4-5-2 record with two shutouts had a 1.30 goals-against average with a .712 save percentage made 37 saves and surrendered 15 goals started the season opener, a 5-0 win over Michigan played 83:22 and made three saves against the Wolverines played all 110 minutes in goal and made five saves in a 1-1 tie against Wake Forest started and played all 91:48 between the pipes and had five stops in a 2-1 overtime setback to New Mexico during the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament had to leave the USF match with an injury 6:58 into the contest made one save and allowed one goal against the Bulls made four saves in a 1-0 setback to Cincinnati made two saves and registered his first shutout of the season in a 2-0 triumph at Marquette made three saves in a 3-0 setback to Indiana played all 97 minutes and made a season-high seven saves in a 2-1 overtime win at Georgetown suffered a 2-1 loss at Michigan State made three saves in 110 minutes of action during a scoreless draw against St. John[apos]s during the title game of the BIG EAST Championship was in goal as the Red Storm topped the Irish, 5-3, in a penalty kick shootout picked up his second career win in NCAA Championship play as he made four saves in a 2-1 triumph of Green Bay in the first round did not make a save in a 3-1 setback at Northwestern during the second round of the NCAA Championship earned his fourth monogram.
AS A SENIOR: Started all 16 games in which he played and registered a 10-4-2 record recorded five shutouts suffered a shoulder injury against Georgetown and missed the final four games of the season posted a 0.99 goals-against average and a .778 save percentage made three saves in the season opener, a 3-0 setback to No. 12 Akron at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic made five saves in a 4-1 win over Duke at the IU tournament stopped four shots in a 2-1 victory over Dartmouth in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament helped the Irish lock up the Berticelli Tournament title with a shutout in a 5-0 win over No. 5 USF two saves in a 4-1 besting of Marquette notched fives saves in a scoreless draw against fifth-ranked St. John[apos]s made a career-high eight saves in a 3-0 win over Syracuse four saves in a 3-0 win at Cincinnati five saves in a 2-1 overtime loss at Louisville picked up his fifth shutout of the season by making four saves in a 3-0 win against Michigan State three stops in a 4-1 victory over Pittsburgh had four saves in a 3-1 loss at Indiana made two saves as the Irish topped Providence, 3-1 one save in a 1-1 tie at Seton Hall two saves in a 1-0 overtime setback at Connecticut made four saves and surrendered one goal in 61:50 before getting injured in a 2-1 win against Georgetown named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in four games, including two starts compiled a 1-1-0 record and a 1.12 goals-against average totaled 240:22 in the net made 12 saves and surrendered three goals saw his first action of the season as he started the team[apos]s second game, a 3-0 setback to No. 7 Maryland at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic made four saves against the Terrapins shared the shutout with Chris Cahill by playing 15:22 and making one save in a 3-0 win over Rhode Island at the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament registered the second shutout of his collegiate career by holding Marquette scoreless and making two saves in a 1-0 win in the BIG EAST opener played the second half of a 2-0 setback to No. 2 Connecticut in the final of the BIG EAST Championship made a career-high five saves, while not allowing a goal, against the Huskies a BIG EAST Academic All-Star earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Appeared in five matches, making three starts registered a 0.88 goals-against average and a .778 save percentage made 14 saves, while allowing four goals posted a 1-1-1 record with one shutout totaled 407:34 of playing time made his collegiate debut with a start in a 4-1 win over No. 8 Creighton in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament made two saves against the Blue Jays held Saint Louis scoreless for 110 minutes by stopping three shots in a 0-0 tie at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic started the BIG EAST opener against USF, a 2-0 loss made three saves against the Bulls played a key role in Notre Dame[apos]s 1-0 double-overtime victory at No. 7 Maryland in the third round of the NCAA Tournament as he came off the bench late in the first half to replace an injured Chris Cahill made three saves against the Terrapins as he played the remainder of the match played the second half in a 3-2 setback at No. 4 Virginia during the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship made three saves, while allowing one goal, against the Cavaliers selected to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see action during his freshman season.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Three-year starting goalkeeper and four-time letterwinner at DeMatha High School led team to a 14-0-4 record and two consecutive WCAC Championships posted three straight seasons with 10 shutouts and collected all-conference honors those three years high school team was ranked first in the nation by the NSCAA as they went undefeated in 2004 team was nationally ranked his final three seasons served as a team captain his senior year and also garnered all-state, all-city and all-conference honors also helped the Bethesda Internationals claim the Maryland State Championship an all-star selection at Notre Dame[apos]s Elite Camp in the summer of 2004 captained the U-12 DC United youth team that defeated Manchester United in the Dannon Cup in Paris, France participated in crew for two years at DeMatha born May 6, 1987 son of Tony and Kyung Quinn father is a photographer for Soccer America brother, Steve, was a collegiate swimmer at Salisbury State University graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in May of 2009 with degrees in psychology and sociology.
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