A major presence between the pipes ... will likely step back into starting job for third consecutive season
2005:Started in 18 of the 19 games he appeared in ... played almost 90 percent of the minutes in goal ... collected five shutouts, the fourth best single-season mark in program history ... tied for third in the BIG EAST with 81 saves ... matched a career-best with nine saves at USF ... shutout Howard, American, Villanova, Notre Dame and Marquette ... made eight saves in a BIG EAST First Round win at Villanova, including two saves in the deciding penalty kick session following overtime ... named BIG EAST Academic All-Star
2004: Earned starting goalkeeper duties as a sophomore and made 19 starts...posted four shutouts which ties for the sixth best single season in Hoya history...played 1779 minutes in goal and had 86 saves and allowed 28 goals (1.42 GAA)...ranked tops in the conference for saves and eighth in shutouts...shut out George Washington, Towson, Providence and Seton Hall...had a career high nine saves in BIG EAST Quarterfinals game at Villanova and had eight saves against Rutgers...named ECAC Goaltender of the Week, Soccer America Team of the Week and BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Week for shutout win over #14 Seton Hall (10/30)...
2003: Started game versus Delaware (11/5)...played in five matches...
High School: An All-State and All-County goalkeeper...second team Washington Post All-Met...named an ODP adidas All-American, an Elite 300 All-Star, and a member of the Region I Olympic Development team and Maryland team...a starter all four seasons in high school...recorded five shutouts and a 1.0 goals against average in 2002.
Keszler's Career Statistics