Men's Soccer Final Statistics for 2011
The complete statistics for men's soccer have been finalized today for the 2011 season.
In the Pac-12, Washington finishes second in the conference with a 12-4-2 record and is in the top-3 for shots, points, goals/per game, assists/per game and shutouts. UW also has the least goals allowed and is ranked second in average home game attendance.
Seniors Brent Richards and Jacob Hustedt is in the top five for shots, points, goals and game-winning goals. Fellow seniors Casey McCool and Jamie Finch also ranks in goals and assists, respectively. Sophomore goalkeeper Spencer Richey ranks in the top three for goals against average, saves and shutouts.
Here are the rest of the team and individual stats (in PDF file):
Statistics for all Division I NCAA schools have been updated, as well. Washington ranks 15th in the nation for team goals against average (0.75), 14th in shut-out percentage (0.50), 11th in won-lost-tied percentage (0.722) and 28th in save percentage (0.808).
Individually, Richards ranks 29th in points per game (1.39) and Richey is 20th in goals against average (0.748) and 27th in save percentage (0.808).
To see the complete list of stats, click here: http://web1.ncaa.org/stats/StatsSrv/rankings?sportCode=MSO
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