Latest additions include two goalkeepers, a defender/midfielder and a defender
Looks to continue career at the professional level
Loyola falls short to Cleveland State in championship match
Nick Sanchez leads the Ramblers with two goals in tournament play
Nick Sanchez scores game-winner against Detroit
Peter McKeown Action Photos
+ Horizon League All-Tournament MVP, 2011
2012: Moved to second on Loyola's all-time shutouts list, collecting 20 career shutouts...started and played 15 games in goal, recording four shutouts and 70 saves...posted a season-high nine saves against Detroit (11/9) to advance the Ramblers to the Horizon League Championship match...concluded final season with a .749 career save percentage, playing 5,831 minutes between the posts during his career at Loyola...selected as a 2012 Senior Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School (CLASS) Award candidate.
2011: Started in goal for 17 of 18 games on the season playing 1,643 minutes...finished with a 6-9-2 record on the season, collecting 80 saves including a personal-best 10 at Green Bay (9/24)...helped the Ramblers through the Horizon League tournament, making four stops in the semifinal shootout against Valparaiso (11/11) to advance Loyola to the championship match and eventual conference title...gathered nine saves in the team's NCAA appearance at Bradley (11/17)...tallied seven shutouts to tie for fourth on Loyola's season records, notching five consecutive shutouts in the last six matches of the season to close out the tournament championship...named to College Soccer News National Team of the Week on Nov. 14 after his outstanding efforts throughout the conference tournament...selected MVP of the 2012 Horizon League Tournament...also named to Horizon League All-Academic Team.
2010: Collected 45 saves after starting all 18 games between the posts for Loyola...recorded five shutouts, blanking Detroit (9/24), Cleveland State (9/26), Valparaiso (10/3), UIC (11/6) and Milwaukee (11/9)...tallied an assist off deep punt against Milwaukee in first round of Horizon League Tournament.
2009: Started 13 games in goal for the Ramblers, recording 41 saves, four shutouts and a 0.89 GAA...put together a 2-7-3 record in net...recorded his first shutout against No. 6 Creighton, denying five shots in the draw (9/1)...named to the UMKC Invitational All-Tournament Team after allowing just one goal against UMKC (9/18) and Oral Roberts (9/20).
2008: Did not see any game action.
High School: Compiled a 0.45 goals-against average as a senior and picked up team MVP and Hill-Murray Athlete of the Year honors...four-year varsity starter...was a First Team All-State selection by the St. Paul Pioneer Press...member of the Minneapolis Star Tribune All-Metro Team...two-time all-conference pick...was a keeper in the Puma Senior Classic All-Star Game...played club for U18 Premier Woodbury Predators, helping that squad to the 2007 USA Cup and Bavarian Tournament Championships and the 2008 NSC Cup Championship...also earned all-conference honors in basketball and track and was a kicker on the varsity football team as a senior...honor roll student...graduated cum laude.