#1 - James Holt
|2009-10 Men's Soccer|
2011: Redshirted the season.
2010: Played in seven games, starting in six … made 16 saves, allowing six goals, to record a GAA of 1.05 … registered three wins, recording one shutout … played 56:04 of scoreless goalkeeping to combine for a shutout with Ronnie Hreha in a, 1-0, double-overtime win over Clemson (Sep. 6) … made a season-high four saves, allowing just one goal, in a, 2-1, victory over Bradley (Sep. 10) … recorded two saves while keeping a clean sheet as the Bucs defeated Winthrop, 2-0 (Sep. 15) … came in off the bench to keep a scoreless second half versus conference rival Stetson (Oct. 8) … earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic team honors.
2009: Did not see any game action ... earned Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors.
2008: Made 16 starts in goal for the Bucs ... finished second in the conference with 88 saves ... was named to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team ... recorded shutouts against Wofford (Aug. 31), Elon (Sept. 14) and High Point (Sept. 20) ... finished the season with a 6-8-1 record ... received Atlantic Sun All-Academic honors.
Prior to ETSU: Helped lead Riverdale to district, regional and state tournament appearances, as well as amassing 34 shutouts and a .59 goals against average ... was a Tennessee State ODP player from 2005-2007 ... helped his club soccer team achieve a ranking of 22nd nationally and win the 2007 Tennessee State Championship and Region III Premier League Championship in 2006 and 2007 ... garnered 7AAA First-Team All-District and 7AAA Defender of the Year honors and was named to the Tennessee All-Mid-State Third Team and the 2008 Boy’s Soccer Athlete of the Year by The Daily News Journal.
Personal: Son of Gary and Gail Holt ... born on April 2, 1990 ... majoring in physical therapy.
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