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Casey Beyers
Casey Beyers

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Columbia, Md.

High School:
Archbishop Spalding

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 210

Position:
GK

Experience:
FR

2013: Startedin 12 games ... posted an 8-3-1 record ... had a 1.37 goals against average ... gathered 33 saves ... garnered three shut outs ... recorded career-high seven saves in 2-1 win at FGCU (Sept. 14) ... notched first career shutout in 2-0 win over USF (Sept. 12) ... made first career start in 1-1 tie at UMKC (Aug. 31).

High School: Varsity starter for head coach John Coppola all four years at Archbishop Spalding High School in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association "A" Conference ... named to the all-MIAA "A" conference team as a junior and senior... first team All-Anne Arundel County (2011)... earned Baltimore Sun and Washington Post honorable mention accolades for goaltender in 2011 ... second in Washington metropolitan area for total saves as a senior (Washington Post) ...Spalding Defensive Player of the Year and team MVP as a sophomore ... Maryland State Cup semi-finalist in 2011 ... Disney Soccer Showcase U-19 semifinalist ... U.S. Men's National Team U-17 camp ... starting goalkeeper and regional finalist for Maryland Olympic Development Program in 2010 ... made Olympic Develop Program trips to England (2010) and Italy (2011)

Personal: Parents are Dan and Valerie Beyers ... has one brother, Sam ... father was a four-year starter and captain of nationally ranked American University soccer team ... mother was a four-year starter and captain of American University tennis team ... intends to major in engineering

Trask on Beyers: "Casey is a goalkeeper from the Washington D.C. area and comes highly recommended from Peter Mehlert and former UW goalkeeper Alex Howarth. At 6-5 he has a great physical presence in goal and the staff feels that he will compete from playing time sooner rather than later. Casey is a former UW camper who will represent the fine tradition of student-athletes here in Madison and within the men's soccer program."

Why Wisconsin? "The opportunity to play for a team capable of competing for a national championship at a school with a rigorous engineering and academic program ... there's also a family connection: my grandmother was born in Madison, and my great-grandfather received his PhD in English from UW-Madison."

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