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High School: Attended Bellarmine Prep in San Jose...senior season team won West Catholic Athletic League round-robin with 11-0-3 record, outscoring opponents 37-10...named WCAL honorable mention...team ran unbeaten streak in WCAL play to 50 matches...posted 6-0 shutout over Archbisop Riordan in WCAL quarterfinals, blanked Sacred Heart Catholic 4-0 in the semifinals and lost to Saint Ignatius 1-0 in double overtime in title match...co-champions of Central Coast Section Division I title, stopping Piedmont Hills 3-2 in first round, Junipero Serra 2-1 on penalty kicks in quarterfinals after 1-1 regulation tie and blanking Gunn 2-0 in semifinals...Bellarmine Prep and Palo Alto named co-champions after battling to scoreless four-overtime tie in championship game, 14th Division I title since 1990...junior year team went 26-1-2 and won WCAL and Central Coast Section titles...named to West Coast Classic All-Tournament team. Redshirted at Gonzaga University.

Ryan Caballero's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2009):  Redshirted at Gonzaga University.

FRESHMAN (2010):  Came on in relief of starter Jeff Renslo in season opener at 20th-ranked UC Irvine and would start the remaining 18 games, playing every minute until Renslo took over in the second half of the regular-season finale in a 2-0 setback at Santa Clara...posted 4-14-0 record, eight of the losses by one goal and Gonzaga was shutout seven of his 18 starts...lone shutout of season was 1-0 victory over Illinois-Chicago at Seattle University Tournament...posted 1.94 goals-against average and made 91 saves, second on the Gonzaga all-time single-season list...named to West Coast Conference All-Freshman team.

SOPHOMORE (2011): Started 16 of his 17 appearances, playing second half late in season at Loyola Marymount…posted 3-11-2 record but nine of the 11 losses were via shutout…recorded back-to-back shutouts early in season with 1-0 victory over Long Island at the University of San Diego Nike Classic and a 3-0 victory at Seattle…third and final shutout of season came in scoreless tie against UMKC at the Oregon State Hensor/Zaher Nike Soccer Classic in Corvallis, Ore…three shutouts tied him for seventh on single-season list with Josh Fouts…made career-high 17 saves in 2-1 setback at 14th-ranked UC Irvine…made 93 saves to set GU single-season record, breaking his co-record of 91 set in 2010 which knotted him with Mike McCarthy…moved into fifth on GU career saves list with 184…played 1,479 minutes and posted a 1.64 GAA.

JUNIOR (2012): Appeared in 13 matches with 12 starts…started first five matches of season…lost tough 2-1 overtime match at Washington in season opener, then helped lead Zags to back-to-back victories with a 2-1 victory over Seattle and a 3-0 win over Manhattan in the opener of the Gonzaga Nike Soccer Classic, the latter his lone shutout of the season and the fifth of his career…lost back-to-back 3-0 shutouts to fourth-ranked UC Santa Barbara in the Gonzaga Nike Soccer Classic and at Oregon State…did not see action again until coming on in relief of Keane Ellis in second half against Saint Mary’s as Chris Lowrimore and Keane Ellis go playing time…played scoreless second half against SMC, then started the final seven matches of the season…in final seven matches Zags scored just 4 goals…has 6 saves in 1-1 double-overtime deadlock with Portland at home and season-high 9 saves in season finale in 1-0 loss at San Francisco…finished season with 2-9-1 record and 1.66 GAA…241 career saves rank second behind current GU assistant coach Vito Higgins who had 305 (2003-07)…career GAA of 1.76 ranks seventh and five career shutouts rank fifth…named West Coast Conference Academic honorable mention with a 3.26 GPA in history.

SENIOR (2013): Started all 19 matches and played all but 45 minutes of the season, Chris Lowrimore playing second half of match at San Diego…went 10-6-3 and his 0.92 GAA ranks fifth on the all-time Gonzaga single-season list, was third in the West Coast Conference and was 49th nationally…88 saves ranks fourth on the Gonzaga single-season list as he holds the first (93 in 2011), tied for second (91 in 2010) and fifth spots…his .818 save percentage ranked 24th in the NCAA and second in the WCC…led the nation early in the season for saves percentage at .920…allowed 18 goals to rank seventh on the single-season goals allowed list and is also eighth with 19 in 2012…posted seven shutouts to rank tied for second on the single-season list…finished his career with 322 saves to take over the all-time Gonzaga lead, 1.52 GAA ranks fifth all-time and his 12 shutouts rank fourth all-time…after suffering a 1-0 loss to No. 21-ranked Washington in the season opener posted three straight shutouts, a 2-0 road blanking of No. 15 UC Santa Barbara, 1-0 in double overtime at Cal Poly and 2-0 at UNLV…in his six losses Gonzaga scored one goal or less in all six matches…made season-high 12 saves in 1-0 overtime win at Loyola Marymount…named to All-WCC second team…earned second straight WCC All-Academic honorable mention honors with 3.20 in history.

                                RYAN CABALLERO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Season

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

GaAvg

Saves

Save%

W

L

T

Sho

2010

19-18

1619:56

35

1.94

91

.722

4

14

0

1

2011

17-16

1479:42

27

1.64

93

.775

3

11

2

3

2012

13-12

1140:56

21

1.66

57

.731

2

9

1

1

2013

19-19

1758:05

18

0.92

81

.818

10

6

3

7

TOTAL

68-65

5998:39

101

1.52

322

.761

19

40

6

12

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

Saves: 17, at UC IRVINE -- Sep 02, 2011

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