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Chris Bresnahan
Chris  Bresnahan

RS Senior

McLean, Va.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185



Wildcats 4-0 Win Over Pittsburgh Secures BIG EAST Championship berth

Villanova got the edge on early goal by Whalen


Wildcats Prepare for Key BIG EAST Battle with Pitt

Senior Day Festivities will honor eight


Wildcats Prepared to Host Philadelphia Soccer Six rival La Salle Thursday

VU hosts second of four straight on West Campus


An Experienced Cast Eyes the Next Step

Wildcats return 10 of 11 starters for 2012


Wildcats' Breakthrough Looms as a Blueprint for the Future

After removing one historical burden, team will take aim at more post-season success in 2012

A hip injury that required surgery caused him to miss the entire 2011 season ... Stays calm when the heat is on ... Anticipates shots well and places himself in good position to see the ball ... Also has a strong leg and quick reaction time.


Accepted a medical redshirt after undergoing off-season hip surgery.


Started 17 games in goal for the Wildcats ... Made 81 saves with a .786 save percentage ... Delivered six shutouts, including wins over Rutgers (1-0) and St. Johns (3-0) ... Posted a 1.17 goals against average.


Started all 19 games in net for the Wildcats, posting a 1.28 goals against average ... Posted four shutouts and a .736 save percentage ... Delivered shutout wins over Columbia (1-0) and Rutgers (3-0) in a critical stretch in October ... Opened the campaign by helping stymie Loyola 1-0 on Sept. 1.


Won a duel with classmate John Fogarty in camp to claim the starting nod and went on to log all 1783:52 the Wildcats played in net ... Posted seven victories and seven shutouts ... Made 71 saves (.780) percentage and authored a 1.01 goals against average ... Was especially sharp when the Wildcats needed him the most.


Played club soccer for RFC 89 (based in Northern Virginia) ... A two-time defensive player of the year for his squad which captured consecutive Washington Catholic League titles ... Gonzaga was ranked No. 25 in the nation during the 2007 season.