2014 Season (Junior): Was 3-0 in his three games starts during the season…recorded six saves and allowed three goals in his starts…Earned the win for the Dawgs vs. No.22 Seattle U….made three saves in game vs. USF.
2013 Season (Sophomore): Appeared in 21 games, making 17 starts ... took over as the starter after Spencer Richey broke his leg against Connecticut (Sept. 10) ... recorded eight shutouts on the season ... has made 49 saves and allowed 16 goals ... goals against average of 0.83 led the Pac-12 ... shutout Stanford, 1-0, to help Washington advance to their first Elite 8 in program history.
2012 Season (Redshirt Freshman): Did not appear in any games.
Did not play ... used a redshirt year.
Graduated early from Mount Si High School in Snoqualmie, Wash. ... Earned First-Team All-State honors in his one year playing at Mount Si HS in 2010 and was a consensus All-American ... Ranked No. 7 prep prospect for the class of 2011 by TopDrawerSoccer.com, No. 5 by ESPNU and No. 41 by SoccerCollegeNews.com ... Named a high school All-American by ESPN Rise and NSCAA-Adidas ... Part of the Men's National Team since age 16 ... Represented the United States on the U18 National Team in the Summer of 2010, playing against Bolivia, Chile, Argentina Juniors and others ... Played with the Seattle Sounders FC Academy U18 Team ... Named USSDA '93 Select Team All-Star ... Helped the Sounders to a No. 5 national ranking and the USSDA Northwest Division Championship in 2010-11 ... Recently became one of five Huskies to join the Seattle Sounders U23 team.
Transferred from Santa Clara after redshirting in 2011 ... Born in Bellevue, Wash. ... His mother, Elaine, is a concert pianist.
Coach Clark on Herman: "Ryan was one of the best high school goalkeepers in the nation his senior year. He has a great combination of size, athleticism and soft hands. His experience with both the Sounders and the youth national teams has given him the experience to be ready to help us when called upon."
RYAN HERMAN'S CAREER STATISTICS