CAREER STATISTICS AND CAREER HIGHS
2011: Enters his senior campaign looking to rebound from injury … is a Spartan captain … a strong and tough left-footed player … can play anywhere in the back … has the ability to push up into the offensive end … an experienced player who serves the Spartans well as a defensive stalwart … will look to lead-by-example.
2010: Missed the season due to injury.
2009: Played in and started each of York’s first nine games … suffered a knee injury in late September that sidelined him for the remainder of the season … prior to injury he was a key cog in a defensive group that had only allowed five goals in nine contests including five clean sheets … recorded six shots putting one on-goal … helped the Spartans to their fourth CAC Tournament championship … was part of York’s fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament.
2008: Appeared in 18 of York’s 20 games, drawing starts in each of those 18 contests … was a second-team All-Capital Athletic Conference selection … made his only goal of the season a significant one as he tallied the game-winner against CAC foe Salisbury in York’s 2-1 victory on September 27 … played mainly as a left back … a key cog in a defensive unit that allowed merely three goals all season, good for an NCAA-best 0.15 goals against average … part of a squad that posted an 18-game winning streak during the regular season … ranked as high as #2 in the country … made the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight season … Spartans finished the year with an undefeated 18-0-2 record.
Prior to York: Attended Loyola College, a Division I program in Baltimore, Md. … played in two games for the Greyhounds … recorded two shots including one on-goal … Greyhounds posted a 19-3-1 overall record … part of a squad that finished first in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular season … won the MAAC tournament championship 1-0 over St. Peter’s … advanced to the NCAA tournament … hosted the first round of the NCAA College Cup and defeated Liberty 2-0 … tied #19 Maryland 0-0 in the second round, but failed to advance via a penalty-kick shootout.
Personal: Is a business administration major with a minor in marketing … is the son of Travis and Joyce Good … born on January 1, 1989 … played club soccer for PA Classics Academy … was a 2005 all-state selection in high school as well as a three-time section MVP … has been on the Dean’s List during his time at York … hobbies include playing golf … favorite athlete is Wesley Schneider … chose York because of the "affordable education, excellent soccer program" … lists his most significant athletic achievement as his club being a 2006 US Club National Finalist … his most memorable athletic moment with the Spartans was scoring the game winner with five minutes remaining against Salisbury as a sophomore … after graduation he plans on attending law school.