October 27, 2012

McDonald Breaks School Shutout Record In 2-0 Logger Win

NEWBERG, Ore. – Chris McDonald made four saves and now has the most shutouts in Puget Sound history as the Puget Sound men's soccer team defeated George Fox 2-0 on Saturday. Andrew White and Chris Shaw scored goals for the Loggers (10-3-5, 6-2-4 NWC).

McDonald turned in the 31st clean sheet of his career to claim the school record in that category. He made four saves in the effort against George Fox today as the Bruins (2-14-1, 2-10-0 NWC) held a 9-8 shot advantage in the match.

Of their eight shots, the Loggers put five on goals and two in the net. Andrew White scored the first goal of the match as he finished on a cross from Ryan Rash in the 29th minute. Chris Shaw added an insurance goal in the second half as he put Sean Ryan's cross into the upper right corner for a 2-0 Logger lead.

For McDonald, it was his 11th shutout of the 2012 season, which is also closing in on a school record.

The Loggers head to Pacific tomorrow for another 2:30 p.m. match.



Ryan Rash
Federal Way, Wash.
Bellarmine Prep

Ryan Rash fought back from an injury in 2010 to rejoin his teammates this year and, once again, contribute to the continued success of the men’s soccer program on and off the field. “Being a Logger is about tradition. Our school's athletic program has a proud history and every day we continue that story.”