Eylander news and features:
2005 (Senior) -Culminated his career as one of the top goalkeepers to ever play in the program... finished his Husky tenure tied for third all-time in shutouts (18), fourth in saves (187) and fifth in goals against average (1.11)...team's starting goalkeeper in all 19 matches...selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America third-team for second-straight year...also earned first-team Academic All-District and first-team Pac-10 All-Academic acclaim...named to Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week and selected the Pac-10 Player of the Week after back-to-back road shutouts at Stanford (Oct. 14) and No. 13 California (Oct. 16)...seven shutouts tied for sixth on UW's single-season list...also recorded a 0.97 goals against average and grabbed 70 saves...grabbed a career- high 9 saves at No. 17 UCLA (Oct. 30).
2004 (Junior) - Had breakout year as UW's starting goalkeeper...started all 20 games...co-captain...enters senior season ranked sixth all-time in UW history with 11 career shutouts...one of just three players in the conference to earn first-team honors on both the All-Pac-10 team and Pac-10 All-Academic team...named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII first-team, ESPN Academic All-America third-team and the NSCAA Scholar-Athlete All-America second-team...only Pac-10 player to earn Academic All-America acclaim...led the Pac-10 in saves (79), saves per game (3.95) and shutouts (10)...finished second in the conference in save percentage (.798) and shutouts per game (0.50)...second goalkeeper in UW history to record at least 10 shutouts in a single season...shutout each of the four Pac-10 teams at least once, three of which were ranked in the Top-25 at the time...79 saves and 10 shutouts rank sixth and third, respectively, on UW single-season lists...allowed 20 goals...named Pac-10 Player of the Week, Sept. 7, after posting two shutouts versus Gonzaga (Sept. 1) and No. 5 Connecticut (Sept. 4), and allowing just one goal to No. 2 St. John's (Sept. 6) on UW's season opening road trip...grabbed a career-high eight saves in 3-1 win over No. 13 Creighton, the most by a Pac-10 goalie in 2004.
2003 (Sophomore) - Spent year as back-up goalkeeper to second-team All-Pac-10 goalie Danny Waltman...saw game action twice, vs. UNLV (Aug. 30) and started vs. Fresno State (Nov. 9)...in Fresno State game received the win by only allowing one goal and making five saves.
2002 (Freshman) - Split time in goal with Danny Waltman...started eight games...posted a 1.86 goals against average...recorded 30 saves in his eight appearances, with one shutout...first career start came in Huskies' second game of the season vs. DePaul...grabbed career-high six saves twice, versus Oregon State (Nov. 10) and Charleston (Sept. 13)...shutout came against Charleston in Gamecock Soccer Classic.
CHRIS EYLANDER'S CAREER STATISTICS