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#00 Emily Kruger
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Woodside, CA
High School: Woodside HS
Experience: 3 Letters
Career Highlights:
  • Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District Second Team (2013)

  • 2x Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team (2013, 2012)

  • Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention (2011)

As a Senior (2013):

Team captain in 2013…Cal’s leading goalie in 2013 after tallying a 10-3-5 record in 18 appearances and 17 starts…Allowed just 15 goals against in 1692:55 minutes of play for a slim 0.80 goals against average…Tallied a career-high 79 saves and 2.3 shutouts…Set a new career-high saves for a single game at Santa Clara after helping Cal to a 1-1 tie with her 11 saves…Named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 24…Selected to the Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Second Team and the Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team

As a Junior (2012):

Was the starting keeper in 21 games for the Bears...Named to the 2012 Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic team 

As a Sophomore (2011):

Named a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention... Cal's starting goal keeper in all 22 matches... Posted seven shutouts on the year... Became the first goalkeeper to hold No. 2 UCLA scoreless 12 matches into the season... Also recorded the shutout against No. 16 Boston College in the second round of the NCAA Tournament... Posted a 0.91 goals-against average and a .756 save percentage between the posts... Selected to participate in the U.S. U-23 National Team training camp in Jan. and the U-20 National Team training camp in April of 2012... One of a school-record thirteen Bears named to the 2011 Pac-12 All-Academic team

As a Freshman (2010):

Grew into the No. 1 goalie, starting 13 of Cal's 20 games and playing in 17... Owned a 1.32 goals-allowed average... Made 60 stops for a .750 save percentage... Went 6-5-4 with four shutouts

High School:

Named the Peninsula Athletic League 2009 goalkeeper of the year as well as first-team all-league pick... Her Woodside HS team was champions of the Pacific Athletic League Bay Division and a semifinalist in the Central Coast Section playoffs... PAL honorable mention in 2008... Made the varsity tennis squad during her sophomore and junior years, playing No. 1 and No. 2 singles in both seasons... Involved in campus leadership as sophomore class vice-president and senior class vice-president... Member of the Pink Ribbon Club, Students Offering Support program and co-president of the Invisible Children club, which raises money, resources, and awareness for the impoverished children living in Uganda

Club Ball:

Played on the De Anza Force '92 Blue, a nationally ranked U-17 girls team that won 14 tournaments, four fall league titles, two NorCal Soccer Premier championships, a Super Y-League Pacific Northern California Section championship, a championship at U.S. Club National Cup, and the National Championship title in Lancaster, Mass., after being a finalist at regionals (Region IV) and winning the CYSA-N State Cup in May 2009... Given the Golden Glove Award in August 2009 at the U.S. Youth National Soccer Championships above all goalkeepers in her age group after her team won the national championship title... Played on the Cal-North '92 State ODP team for four years, traveling as far as Costa Rica to play

Personal:

Studied abroad in Ghana…Interned with One World Futbol, maker of an indestructible soccer ball

Season
GP
Min.
GA
GA Avg.
Saves
Save %
W
L
T
Shutouts
2010 17 1359:45 20
1.32
60 .750 6 5 4 4
2011 22 1975:00 20
0.91
62 .756 10 6 4 7
2012 21 1856:19 21
1.02
78 .788 15 5 0 7
2013
18
1692:55
15
0.80
79
.840
10
3
5
2.3
Totals
78
6883:59
76
0.99
279
.786
41
19
13
20.3
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