#1 Sean McGinnis
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)||Barrington|
2006: Appeared in three matches in goal for Valpo, making two starts ... registered second career shutout in his first appearance of the season Oct. 8 at IPFW ... made two saves in the win over the Mastodons ... made five saves while allowing just one goal Oct. 25 versus Eastern Illinois ... played second half Oct. 27 at Western Illinois, stopping five shots ... named to the Mid-Continent Conference All-Academic Team.
2005: Made five starts in goal for the Crusaders ... also appeared once in the midfield ... co-recipient of team's Leadership Award ... did not allow more than two goals in any match as keeper ... recorded first career shutout in first start of the year, Sept. 4 vs. Canisius, making three saves ... made career-high seven saves Sept. 16 at Eastern Illinois ... played 110 minutes in 2-2 draw Oct. 30 against Xavier.
2004: Made one start, playing three matches between the pipes ... also saw the pitch twice as a midfielder ... made first career start Sept. 24 at Drury, making four saves on six shots ... played second half of matches at Northern Illinois and Michigan State ... first career match was Sept. 17 against Butler, playing as a midfielder.
2003: Sat out season as redshirt.
Prep: A two-year letterwinner for the Broncos ... led Barrington High School to a third-place finish in state tournament as a senior ... set school's single-season shutout record ... also attended Fremd High School, helping team to state's final eight in 2000 ... played on powerhouse Chicago Sockers club team alongside Chicago Fire midfielder Brian Plotkin, Red Bull New York forward Mike Magee, Watford (English Premier League) defender Jay DeMerit and current Crusaders Tyler Pagano and Joel Wagner.
Personal: Sean is the son of John and Robin McGinnis ... major is social work ... born September 17, 1984.