#5 Jack Traynor
A solid player who has had a major impact for the Irish during his first three seasons should start at left back for the third straight season has earned all-BIG EAST honors the past two seasons a two-time monogram winner has appeared in 65 career games, including 61 starts has totaled eight points on one goal and six assists a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
AS A JUNIOR: Received third-team all- BIG EAST honors played in 19 games, all starts missed five games due to injury posted career-high numbers in points (6), goals (1) and assists (4) aided an Irish defensive unit that only allowed 0.83 goals per game and registered 11 shutouts attempted 29 shots scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win at Marquette in the BIG EAST opener that was the first goal of his collegiate career collected assists in three straight matches beginning with the helper on the team[apos]s only goal in a 1-1 draw with Cincinnati assisted on the first goal in a 2-1 victory over Louisville notched an assist on the second score in a 3-0 triumph of No. 16 Michigan assisted on the goal that gave the Irish a 3-2 lead in the 66th minute in a 3- 3 tie with No. 1 Connecticut named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned honorable mention all-BIG EAST accolades played in all 23 matches, making 22 starts totaled two points on two assists compiled 1,934 minutes on the pitch, which ranked fifth on the squad attempted five shots a staple of an Irish defense that allowed just 0.79 goals per game and posted 13 shutouts collected the first points of his Notre Dame career with two assists in a 5-4 overtime victory at No. 8 Indiana during the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic one of the assists was on Joseph Lapira[apos]s game-winning goal in the 98th minute injured against Maryland in the third round of the NCAA Tournament did not start against Virginia in the NCAA quarterfinals, but came on to play effectively in the second half earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Found his way into the Notre Dame lineup right away as he started the season opener versus No. 7 SMU at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic the Irish downed the Mustangs 4-1 would start a total of 20 games and play in all 23 throughout the course of the season totaled 1,756 minutes on the field, which was the fifth-highest total on the team attempted six shots on the year was named to the College Soccer News `100 Freshmen to Watch[apos] list earned a monogram.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A three-time letterwinner as a forward/midfielder at Francis Howell North High School tallied 116 points on 45 goals and 26 assists during his prep career, including a career-high in goals (18) and assists (11) as a senior two-time allstate and all-city performer garnered all-conference accolades three times captained his team to a regional championship his senior year and a conference title the year before two-time team MVP and team captain helped the Scott Gallagher Soccer Club claim the 2004 under-17 National Championship 2003 U.S. Club Soccer National Champions club team has won seven state championships in the last nine years he was named the 2004 State Champion MVP also a member of the ODP Missouri [apos]87 team and the region II [apos]87 player pool first two-time MVP for the SportPort Tournament (2003, 2004) participated in the Missouri Athletic Club allstar game born March 17, 1987 son of Larry and Peg Traynor father played collegiate football at Benedictine has a younger brother enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an accounting major.
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