#1 Chris Hubbard
HONORS AND AWARDS:
2015 ACC Championship All-Tournament Team
2015 ACC All-Academic Team
AS A SENIOR (2016):
• ACC Academic Honor Roll choice.
• Started all 21 matches during the season, and was subbed out of only one contest to log 1,954 minutes of game action.
• Secured nine solo shutouts and recorded 56 saves, yielding 17 goals during the campaign (0.78 GAA).
• Fashioned a .767 save percentage facing 73 total shots on goal.
• Rated 31st overall player nationally in the midseason TopDrawerSoccer Top 100 Men’s College Rankings.
• Made six saves in a 1-0 shutout of New Mexico to earn Mike Berticelli Most Valuable Keeper and All-Tournament team accolades.
• Registered eight saves during a 5-0 clean sheet victory against No. 22 California to close the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.
• Did not allow a goal in back-to-back wins against Pittsburgh and No. 6 Indiana.
• Turned aside a career-high nine shots in a draw with No. 11 Wake Forest.
• Capped regular season with a shutout of No. 3 North Carolina during a draw on Senior Day.
• Blanked Loyola in the second round of the NCAA Championship at Alumni Stadium.
AS A JUNIOR (2015):
• Named to the ACC All-Academic Team.
• ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
• Appeared in and started all 22 matches during the 2015 season.
• Tallied eight solo shutouts (two combined) and recorded 66 saves, allowing only 19 goals over 2,096 plus minutes.
• Finished the year with a .776 save percentage.
• Named the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic and Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament Most Valuable Keeper after shutting out No. 13 Maryland, No. 14 Indiana, No. 24 South Florida and UAB to open the season.
• Posted more than 530 consecutive shutout minutes over first six career starts, and five straight shutouts, spanning No. 13 Maryland through No. 9 Clemson, were the second-most in program history.
• Recorded a season-high eight saves at No. 3 North Carolina.
• Made five saves and became just the sixth Notre Dame goalkeeper to log an assist to help the Irish defeat Marquette 4-2.
• Turned aside five shots in a 1-0 ACC Championship semifinal victory at No. 1 Wake Forest.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014):
• Did not see action in a match.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013):
• Did not play in a match.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA:
• Four-year varsity starter at Trinity High School.
• Earned All-America honors as a senior.
• Kentucky Gatorade Player of the Year.
• Also collected all-state accolades as a senior.
• Named high school team’s MVP as a senior after posting a 0.35 goals-against average and notching 16 shutouts.
• Allowed just eight goals in 23 games during his senior campaign.
• Registered a 0.66 goals-against average and 50 shutouts during his high school career.
• 2012 Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) Good Hands Award, which goes to the top goalkeeper.
• Named to the all-7th Region team as a senior.
• Academic All-State all four years of high school.
• Team captain at Trinity.
• All-Louisville Catholic as a junior and senior.
• Was the starting goalkeeper in high school all-American game played in Birmingham, Ala.
• Vype Magazine Athlete of the Month for October 2012.
• Was on the Kentucky Olympic Development Program (ODP) team from 2007-10.
• Region II ODP pool in 2008.
• 2012 Notre Dame Elite Camp All-Star.
• Played for the River City Rovers PDL team.
• Captain of four-time Kentucky State Cup champion United 1996 FC 95B Internationals.
• Allowed just two goals in four years of State Cup competition.
• Son of Dave and Monika Hubbard.
• Graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a degree in accountancy.
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