1 - Cesar Castillo|
|Hometown:||San Rafael, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Terra Linda HS|
SINGLE-GAME SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS
| 110:00, Seven Times - Last vs. UNLV, 11/31/10
| 0, Nine Times - Last at San Jose State, 11/6/10
||Lowest Goals Allowed
| 11, at Duke, 9/5/10
| 27, Twice - Last at San Jose State, 11/6/10
||Most Shots Faced
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
Named Freshman-All America by Goal.com...played in and started 21 games as a rookie, posting a 10-4-7 record...tallied a 0.90 goals against average and made 98 saves, both ranking second in school single-season history...allowed 20 total goals while facing 323 shots..made season-high 11 saves in his first career game and start, against No. 11 ranked Duke on Sept. 5...posted eight shutouts, a single-season school record...locked down the starting keeper job as a freshman in the third game of the season after leading Hornets to 2-1 win over rival UC Davis...posted a .825 save percentage while playing 1989:43.
A 2010 graduate of Terra Linda HS in San Rafael, Calif…started for four years in goal for head coach Michael Crivello…posted 11 shutouts in 14 games as a senior…was a two-time all-Marin County Athletic League selection…played club soccer for Marin FC…also saw time with the Chivas USA U18 team and the Cal North state team.
Born Aug. 11, 1992…has yet to declare a major…parents are Cruz Castillo and Flor Velazquez.