As a junior (?02): Skilled keeper, capable of stopping a shot from anywhere on the field?one of three players to start all 19 games?was named Second-Team All-A-Sun for the second year in a row?only player in program history to be named to Second Team in two consecutive years?played 1,509 minutes, with seven shutouts?did not allow a goal for a record 654 minutes, a span of over six games?allowed two goals against USF, the last being at 47:05?did not allow a goal until 71:20 against Miami?seven shut outs ranks second all time in a single season?saved a season-high 10 shots against Miami (10/28)?faced a season-high 27 shots against then ranked #8 Texas A&M, recording eight saves?shutout in-state rival FIU for the first time in program history?1.01 goals-against average set a single-season record for lowest GAA?second in the A-Sun in GAA?ranks second on the all-time games started list with 59?tied with Danielle Castro for fourth all-time in games played?recorded four straight shutouts against A-Sun opponents (from 10/16-10/26)?saved 77 shots while giving up 17 goals?17 goals given up was the second lowest in program history, and lowest in program history in a season over 11 games?was named A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week three times?has earned more A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week awards than anyone in program history?earned first POW honors for week of September 30th when she allowed one goal in 180 minutes in a shut out over Campbell and 2-1 win over Georgia State?earned second POW honor for week of Oct. 21 as she shutout A-Sun opponents Samford and Stetson?earned final POW honor for week of Nov. 4, saved 10 shots in the program?s first win over Miami and shut out Gardner-Webb to clinch a tie of the A-Sun regular-season title?holds nine career records at FAU.
As a sophomore (?01): Played and started all 20 games...was again the cornerstone of the FAU defense...was named Second-Team All-A-Sun...played 1,814 minutes, with five shutouts...made 80 saves, giving up 23 goals and had a 1.14 GAA...her 1.14 goals-against average was second in the conference...FAU career leader in saves with 184; shutouts, with 13; and minutes played, with 3,632.
As a freshman (?00): Made an immediate impact on the team...played 1,818 minutes and was the only keeper used during the season...gave up only 22 goals while earning 104 saves, for a 1.09 GAA...had a season-high 11 saves against the University of Miami (8/30)...was named A-Sun Defensive Player of the Week twice and to the A-Sun All-Freshmen Team.
High School: Played for Brady Bogart at Citrus High School...earned All-Conference and All-County honors from 1997-99...served as team captain her junior and senior seasons...two-sport athlete (soccer and softball).
Club Experience: Played for Jim Cote and the Blackwatch Stirling.
Personal: Sociology major?born June 28, 1982 in Peterborough, NH?daughter of Thomas and Laurie Keating
Keating's Career Stats