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Tyler Kettering
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Xenia, OH
High School: Xenia Christian HS
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Tyler Kettering bio
Courtesy: Gardner-Webb
Release: 08/12/2006
2005 at Gardner-Webb: Started and played in 16 games between the posts for the Bulldogs ... Posted a 1.25 goals against average in 1,435 minutes of action, which was second in the conference ... Was second in the conference as he averaged over five saves per game ... Was tied for second in the A-Sun with five shutouts on the season ... Allowed 20 goals ... Notched 82 saves on the year ... Had 11 saves in a 6-2 win over East Carolina (9/1) and in a 2-2 with Furman (9/6) ... Posted 10 saves in the 1-0 win over Belmont (10/16) ... Named as the Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 12) ... Named to the Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team.
 
2004 at GWU: A second-team All-Atlantic Sun Conference selection as a true sophomore ... Led the nation (NCAA Division I) in total saves with a career-high 134 in 19 starts ... Posted a strong 1.93 goals against average in 1,724 minutes of action ... Kettering Posted a pair of shutouts on the season (at Wofford and at Longwood), and recorded at least 10 saves in six contests.
 
2003 at GWU: Earned a spot on the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshmen Team … Played in 18 games, starting each of them … Ran off a 9-9 record … Saw 1605:30 minutes of action … Allowed 42 goals … Posted a goals against average of 2.35 … Notched 114 saves, good for a 6.33 per-game average … Was fifth in the nation in saves per game … Recorded two shutouts on the season … Blanked Longwood (9/23) and Wofford (9/27) in consecutive games … Saved 17 shots over the two games, including a career high 13 against Wofford … Earned A-Sun Defensive Player-of-the-Week honors for that week (9/29) … Matched his career high in saves with 13 in a 1-0, overtime loss to Jacksonville (10/11) … Had 11 saves in an overtime loss to eventual A-Sun champion UCF (10/18) … Also had 11 saves in a loss to No. 5 Wake Forest … Posted double-digit saves on five occasions.
 
High School/Club: Three-year starter at Xenia (Ohio) Christian High School … Put up 110 saves, 10 shutouts, 10 team wins and a goals against average of 0.50 as a senior … Second Team All-State and First Team All-District in 2002 … 2002 Metro-Buckeye Conference Player of the Year … Team captain and team Servant Award  recipient as a senior … First Team All-Conference in 2000, 2001 and 2002 … First Team Xenia Daily Gazette All-Area in 2000 and 2002 … First Team Dayton Daily News Div. III South in 2000 … First Team Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association in 2000 and 2002 … School record holder in single-season shutouts (10, in 2002) and career shutouts (20) … Ninth on the all-time shutout list in Ohio high school history … Eighth all-time in Ohio history in consecutive shutouts with five … Played club soccer for both the Beavercreek Celtics and Dayton Galaxies … Also an all-conference and all-area performer in basketball … Named 2002 Metro- Buckeye Conference Player of the Year … Holds school records in scoring (1,225 points), rebounds (638) and steals (246) and is second all-time in assists (122) … Team captain in 2002 and 2003 … Also a district and sectional swimmer … 2003 Miami Valley Penn Station Athlete of the Month … Second Team Athlete of Good News All-American in 2003 … Named a 2002 Association of Christian Schools International Distinguished Christian High School Student Athlete.

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