0 Alex Lostetter
Alex Lostetter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School:
Upper St. Clair

Height:
5-7

Position:
Goalkeeper



Selected to share team captaincy with classmate Kelly Robbins by coach Stefanie Golan ... natural leader who will be counted on for leadership with 15 freshmen making up roster ... experienced goalkeeper and tremendous leader ... vocal player with exceptional presence in the box ... fearless athlete whose quick reactions and instincts makes it tough to score on ... covers the ball well and has gift of making teammates around her better ... plays game with great deal of passion ... filled role as Army's starting goalkeeper past three years and will again battle junior Monica Lee for the No. 1 spot ... ranks among the top returning keepers in the Patriot League ... three-year letterwinner.

Milestones: Army's all-time leader in solo shutouts (20) ... ranks second on all-time chart for goals-against average (0.92) and minutes (4,419) ... career 21 wins ranks in top 5 ... tied for fifth in the Patriot League in GAA .. involved in 23 shutouts (shared and solo) - six off the overall mark ... second team all-Patriot League selection sophomore year ... earned back-to-back conference weekly honors in 2009, three straight in 2008, along with pair freshman year for total of seven ... also earned ECAC Defensive Player of the Week for period ending Sept. 20, 2009 ... named to Patriot League All-Tournament team in 2008 and to the Toys for Tots all-tournament team in 2007 ... closed out sophomore year ranked nationally in goals-against average (50th) and save percentage (27th) ... has been involved in 23 of Army's 25 shutouts since arrival.

2009: Second straight year drew nod at season's start in goal ... held lead role in first 14 games of season while drawing duty in 15 matches ... posted season-high four shutouts while sharing two others ... recorded a 5-8-1 mark with 1.07 goals-against average in 1259:42 minutes in goal ... made five saves in back-to-back shutouts over NJIT and Fordham just two days apart in 200 minutes in goal at season's start ... career-high 12 saves (six in each half) recorded in 1-0 heartbreaker to Iona ... week prior tied career-high 10 saves in first-ever win over Saint Louis, a 1-0 road blanking ... performance earned first of two Patriot League weekly certificates ... became school's all-time leader in shutouts with 20 following six rejections in 1-0 blanking of Hartford ... win was Army's first over the Hawks since series began in 2005 ... performance, coupled with effort against Iona, earned a pair of weekly honors ... picked up second straight Patriot League citation along with becoming first conference player in 2009 to earn ECAC recognition with selection as Defensive Player of the Week ... three of 14 starts were against Patriot League rivals -Lehigh, Navy and American .

2008: Started 20 of 21 games after earning lead spot at season's start ... closed out year ranked first in the league in saves (86) and shutouts (11) while second in goals-against average (0.80) and save percentage (.851) ... in conference games, listed first in saves (39), goals-against average (0.26), save percentage (951) and shutouts (6) ... latter is an Army school mark ... allowed just four goals over final 11-game span, which included seven-game shutout streak, compiling a 0.33 GAA and 8-2-1 mark ... ranked as high as 39th nationally in goals-against average (.728) and 20th in save percentage (.860) ... closed out year listed 50th (.795) in the former and 27th (.851) in the latter ... 11 shutouts is best mark since Mary Kidd recorded that number in 1996 ... two off the record (13), which was set in 1993 ... 16 solo career shutouts ranks third on Army's all-time chart and just three shy of the record ... season-high nine saves, one shy of career best, recorded in 0-0 overtime draw with two-time defending league champion Navy during regular season ... just the second tie in the series, both recorded at West Point's Clinton Field ... pulled up with three saves in championship game in 1-0 double overtime over the Midshipmen to win the Patriot League title and automatic bid (first in Army history) to the NCAAs ... turned in strong performance in first NCAA appearance ... held No. 16 Virginia to a goal in each half.

2007: Appeared in 16 games with starts in 15 ... made collegiate debut at Duquesne Invitational ... recorded shutout in first career start following week against Air Force at the Toys for Tots Tournament in 0-0 OT draw ... recorded 10 saves in heartbreaking 1-0 overtime loss to host Saint Louis two days later ... performance earned all-tournament honors ... twice named league's goalkeeper of the week ... first certificate awarded week of Sept. 24 after leading Army to a pair of shutouts and 0.36 GAA ... nixed a penalty kick with a diving save in 3-0 win versus Iona along with solo effort in UMBC blanking ... broke into NCAA statistical rankings, listing 13th in save percentage (8.75) and 24th in goals-against (0.70) ... second league certificate received following nine-save shutout performance in playoff-clinching 0-0 OT draw with league rival Lehigh first week in November ... .849 save percentage ranked 35th at that point ... posted five shutouts and shared another in compiling 6-6-3 mark along with 0.92 goals-against average.

High School: Lettered four years as goalkeeper at Upper St. Clair High ... led team to WPIAL AAA Section title in 2004 ... Select Team member ... named to Almanac Elite Team Player "Watch List" ... lone goalkeeper chosen for PA Premier Alliance Select Team in 2004 ... led Century United to 2004 PAA State Cup title ... also lettered in track and basketball ... captained both soccer and basketball teams.

Personal: Given name is Alexandra Elizabeth Lostetter ... parents' names are James and Rosemary Lostetter ... majoring in Psychology.

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