Erin Kane
1 Erin Kane
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
St. Charles, Ill.

High School:
North

Height:
5-9

Position:
GK

Kane's Career Statistics

Year
G-GS
Minutes
GA
GAA
Saves
SV%
W
L
T
SO
2005
21-21
2009:30
13
0.58
65
.833
11
5
5
13
2006
20-20
1852:00
10
0.49
48
.828
14
4
2
13
2007
21-21
1978:43
16
0.73
66
.805
13
4
4
10
2008
23-23
2016:29
19
0.85
69
.784
17
3
2
9
Totals
85-85
7856:42
58
0.66
248
.810
54
16
13
45

2008 (Senior)
NSCAA All-Region Second Team ... Soccer Buzz All-Region Third Team ... All-Horizon League First Team ... NSCAA Scholar All-American ... named to the league all-tournament team ...started all 23 games ... broke a school record with 17 wins ... posted nine shutouts, the fourth-most in school history ... combined with Leslie Deebach on two more clean sheets ... GAA of 0.85 was seventh in school history ... did not allow a goal over five-straight games, posting four solo shutouts in the process ... shutout streak finished at 508:18, the fourth-longest shutout streak in school history.
Shutouts
• Aug. 22 - Wisconsin (4 sv)
• Sept. 3 - @ Marquette (6 sv)
• Sept. 7 - Illinois State (2 sv)
• Sept. 19 - v. Boston University (3 sv)
• Sept. 26 - Green Bay (Shared)
• Oct. 5 - @ Wright State (3 sv)
• Oct. 10 - @ Cleveland State (2 sv, Shared)
• Oct. 12 - @ Youngstown State (4 sv)
• Oct. 17 - Butler (2 sv)
• Oct. 24 - Detroit
• Nov. 2 - Green Bay (League Quarterfinals, 1 sv)

2007 (Junior)
Soccer Buzz All-Region Third Team ... All-Horizon League First Team ... NSCAA Scholar All-American ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team ... named to Soccer Buzz National Elite Team of the Week and the league player of the week Sept. 25 after shutting out state rivals Wisconsin and Marquette ... Sept. 23 shutout of No. 24 Marquette was third shutout of a ranked opponent in her career ... broke school record for goalkeeper wins, pushing her career total to 38 ... also eclipsed school mark for career minutes played ... led league in goals against average and shutouts for the third-straight season ... was among nation's top-50 in GAA.
Shutouts
• Aug. 31 - Indiana State (3 sv)
• Sept. 9 - v. UC Santa Barbara (2ot, 5 sv)
• Sept. 21 - @ Wisconsin (3 sv)
• Sept. 23 - No. 24 Marquette (2ot, tied career-high 7 sv)
• Sept. 30 - @ Detroit (2ot, 3 sv)
• Oct. 3 - @ Green Bay (3 sv)
• Oct. 5 - Iowa (2ot, 5 sv)
• Oct. 12 - @ Valparaiso (1 sv)
• Oct. 19 - Cleveland State (0 sv, Shared)
• Oct. 21 - Wright State (2 sv)
• Nov. 3 - Cleveland State (0 sv, League Quarters)

2006 (Sophomore)
Soccer Buzz All-Region Second Team ... All-Horizon League First Team ... finished eighth in the nation in GAA (0.486) ... NSCAA Player of the Week (Sept. 17) ... two-time league player of the week (Sept. 17, Oct. 2) ... named to Soccer Times' Honorable Mention (Sept. 17) ... tied her own school and league records with 13 shutouts and set school and league marks for GAA ... broke the school record for career shutouts with her 20th at Wright State in her 30th career match ... broke league record with her 25th career shutout against Wisconsin in her 37th career match ... tallied her first career assist on the game-winner vs. #16 Missouri ... made three saves in that game for her second career shutout of a ranked team ... had a streak of five-straight shutouts (Sept. 12-Oct. 4, 557:06) ... in a six-game span (Oct. 6-22, 595:22) had five shutouts and combined with Ilana Bar-Av on a sixth ... posted a double-overtime shutout in the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight year, blanking Michigan with two saves.
Shutouts
• Sept. 3 - @ Washington (5 sv)
• Sept. 8 - v. Rhode Island (3 sv)
• Sept. 12 - @ Marquette (3 sv)
• Sept. 15 - v. Kentucky (2ot, 1 sv)
• Sept. 17 - v. No. 16 Missouri (3 sv)
• Sept. 24 - South Dakota State (2 sv)
• Oct. 1 - @ Wright State (5 sv)
• Oct. 6 - @ Youngstown State
• Oct. 8 - @ Cleveland State (2 sv, Shared)
• Oct. 13 - @ Loyola (2ot, 3 sv)
• Oct. 15 - Butler (ot, 1 sv)
• Oct. 20 - Detroit (2 sv)
• Oct. 22 - Wisconsin (4 sv)
• Nov. 10 - v. Michigan (2ot, 2 sv, NCAA 1st Rd)

2005 (Freshman)
Soccer America Freshman All-America First Team ... Soccer Buzz Freshman All-America Third Team and All-Region Freshman Team ... All-Horizon League First Team ... League Tournament MVP ... three-time Horizon League Player of the Week (Aug. 29, Sept. 12, Oct. 24) ... set school and league record for shutouts ... posted 14th-longest shutout streak in NCAA Division I history (717:10) ... set then-school record for goals against average ... finished 15th in the nation in GAA and tied for second in shutouts ... made four PK saves to lead UWM to back-to-back shootout wins in the post-season.
Shutouts
• Aug. 28 - No. 13 Illinois (2ot, 6 sv)
• Sept. 7 - Marquette (2ot, 4 sv)
• Sept. 9 - @ UCF (ot, career-high 7 sv)
• Sept. 25 - Illinois State (ot, 3 sv)
• Sept. 30 - Cleveland State
• Oct. 2 - @ Butler (4 sv)
• Oct. 14 - Youngstown State (1 sv)
• Oct. 21 - Loyola (3 sv)
• Oct. 28 - Colorado College (1 sv)
• Nov. 3 - v. Cleveland State (League Quarters)
• Nov. 4 - v. Butler (2ot, League Semis)
• Nov. 6 - v. Detroit (2ot, 3 sv, League Championship)
• Nov. 11 - v. Purdue (2ot, 5 sv, NCAA 1st Rd)

St. Charles North
Starter in the nets for St. Charles North in each of her four years ... finished her career with a 66-19-14 record, 57 shutouts and over 500 saves ... 57 shutouts put her eighth in state history... earned all-area honors in each season from the Daily Herald, Kane County Chronicle and St. Charles Republican ... added all-state to her resume as a junior and senior ... helped her team to three regional championships.

Personal
Was an Equestrian Grand Champion at the Kane County Fair in 2003 and Reserve Grand Champion in 2002 and 2004 ... born Dec. 15, 1986 ... daughter of Patricia and Greg Kane.

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