On this week's show Rich DeMarco talks with soccer head coaches Stefanie Golan and Russell Payne before Senior Day for both teams. Also some of the senior football players reflect on their four years at West Point and cousins Winston and Chris Boldt are featured.
HONORS/AWARDS: Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week (seven times) ... AAA Athlete of the Week (five times) ... Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week (three times) ... 2014 NSCAA 2014 ECAC Division I Men's Soccer All-Star second team ... 2014 Senior CLASS Award All-America second team ... 2014 NSCAA Division I Scholar All-America second team ... 2014 NSCAA Division I Scholar All-East Region first team ... 2014 NSCAA Division I All-Northeast Region first team ... 2014 Patriot League All-Tournament Team ... 2014 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year ... 2014 All-Patriot League first team ... 2014 Academic All-Patriot League ... 2014 Senior CLASS Award Finalist ... 2014 MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List ... 2014 team captain ... 2013 team captain ... 2013 NSCAA Division I All-American second team ... 2013 NSCAA Division I All-Mid-Atlantic Region first team ... 2013 Capital One Division I Academic All-America second team ... 2013 Capital One Academic All-District I first team ... 2013 Patriot League All-Tournament Team ... 2013 Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year ... 2013 All-Patriot League first team ... 2013 Patriot League Men's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... 2013 Academic All-Patriot League ... 2013 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2012 Academic All-Patriot League ... 2012 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
2014 (SENIOR): Started at goalkeeper in all 20 games … recorded eight shutout on the season, while making 78 saves … posted a 0.83 goals against average and a .812 save percentage … registered a career-high 10 saves in the Patriot League Tournament semifinals at Boston University (11/14) … stopped nine shots during a 0-0 draw against Air Force (9/7) … played in 10 games that went past 90 minutes, including six that lasted 110 minutes … ranked first in career shutouts (24) and saves (249) at the time of his graduation.
2013 (JUNIOR): Started at goalkeeper in all 18 games ... authored a 12-3-3 record, helping Army to its first Patriot League Tournament berth since 1996 ... set a program record with 12 shutouts ... 12 clean sheets tied for second nationally ... ranked third nationally in save percentage (.888) and fifth in goals against average (.521) ... didn't allow a goal through Army's first six matches ... made a season-high seven saves against Houston Baptist (9/22), Boston University (10/5) and American (10/19) ... endured eight overtime contests ... went 3-2-3 in games exceeding the full 90 minutes ... twice named Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week ... landed on Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Week two times ... earned a AAA Athlete of the Week mention.
2012 (SOPHOMORE): Started all 17 games during a "breakout" sophomore season ... authored a 4-10-3 record to go along with a 1.46 goals-against average and .732 save percentage ... recorded three shutouts, blanking Air Force, Iona and Lafayette ... matched his career high with eight saves against American ... equaled that total opposite Lafayette ... posted seven stops versus Air Force and Navy ... earned Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week honors three times ... picked up the honor after shutting out Air Force (3-0) in the season opener ... also tabbed to the TopDrawerSoccer.com Team of the Week following the standout performance ... collected Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week laurels a second time after posting a 3-0 shutout against Iona ... earned the conference's weekly goalie award a third time after his seven-save performance versus Navy ... also selected as the Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week for his effor against the Midshipmen ... named to the Patriot League All-Academic Team and earned a spot on the conference's Honor Roll for the second year in a row after excelling in the classroom as well.
2011 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in six games as a freshman ... started the final five matches of the season ... finished the year with a 1.48 goals-against average ... made career debut against American ... played the final 13:26 ... drew first career start at Iona ... posted five saves in 2-1 overtime setback to the nationally-ranked Gaels ... earned first career victory in Army's 2-1 win over Patriot League rival Bucknell ... made career-high eight saves versus the Bison en route to earning Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Week honors ... also named Army Athletic Association Athlete of the Week for his efforts ... earned second consecutive victory in Black Knights' 2-1 triumph versus Adelphi ... made a pair of saves in the contest ... stopped all three shots he faced en route to first career shutout in 0-0 draw opposite Lafayette in the conference finale.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Was a two-time all-state selection while playing for John Burroughs High School ... earned honors following both his junior and senior seasons ... was a three-time all-league performer, picking up those honors as a sophomore, junior and senior ... served as a team captain as a junior and senior ... played every position on the field at some point during his decorated high school career.
PERSONAL: Winston Edward Boldt ... born in St. Louis, Mo. ... parents are Tom and Laura Boldt ... has three brothers, Tommy, Peter and Billy ... cousin, Chris Boldt, played football at Army ... hobbies include spelunking and playing golf ... enjoys taking ice baths ... majoring in International Relations and Portuguese.