2016: Picked up second team All-Ivy League honors in his first season as a regular in net ... Led the NCAA in goals against average (.290) and save percentage (.903) ... His .903 save percentage broke a Columbia school record ... Went 9-1 with seven shutouts, helping the Lions rank in the NCAA top-10 in shutout percentage ... Did not allow a goal in the final five matches of the season, a streak of 469 minutes and 46 seconds ... His five consecutive shutouts was the second longest streak in school history ... Stopped a season-high seven shots against Penn (Nov. 9).
2014: Earned the starting nod in three contests, going 2-1 on the season ... Allowed one goal in 270 minutes played, while saving five shots ... Finished the year with two shutouts, with his first career shutout coming against Fordham (9/24) while saving two shots ... Also shutout Binghamton (10/24) as Columbia earned the 1-0 win.
Roxbury: Two-year letterwinner as a goalkeeper … Attended the Wake Forest Top Recruit Camp in 2011 … Spent time from 2010-13 training with academies in England … Played for the Bristol City F.C. Youth Soccer U18 squad … Worked with the Player Development Academy U19’s.
Personal: Intended major is economics … Was on the honor roll throughout high school … Parents are Maria and Luis.