1 Brad Stuver
1 Brad Stuver
Height: 6-3
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Twinsburg, Ohio
High School: Twinsburg
Position: GK

Second Team All-Horizon League selection...finished the year with a 9-8-1 record and 66 saves in his 18 starts between the posts...recorded five shutouts, tied for third most in the league...three of his blankings came against Horizon League opponents (Valparaiso - Sept. 24, Loyola - Oct. 8 and Detroit - Nov. 4)...made a league-best 36 stops in eight league starts during the regular season...had an .818 save percentage in regular season Horizon League matches...his 63 total saves in the regular season tied him for fourth in the league...named the league's `Player of the Week' on Oct. 17 after making 11 stops in a 2-1 road win at UIC (Oct. 14), the second most saves by a Horizon League goalie all season and the most in a league match...finished the year with a 1.25 goals against average.

Earned a spot on the all-league first team and was tabbed the Horizon League Goalkeeper of the Year...selected third team All-Great Lakes Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)...his performance in Cleveland State's 2-1 win over No. 1 Akron (Oct. 30), in which he made five saves and held the best scoring offense in the country to one goal, garnered him the NSCAA Player of the Week award...named Horizon League Player of the Week three times, more than any other player in the conference...tallied seven saves against No. 6 Butler in a 0-0 tie (Nov. 5), shutting out an offense that entered the game ranking sixth in the country in total goals and seventh in goals per game...also earned shutout wins over IPFW (Sept. 19) and Valparaiso (Oct. 9) and played 82:30 minutes in goal in CSU's 2-0 win over Pittsburgh (Oct. 6)...led the Horizon League with 87 saves...made 13 saves in two Horizon League Championship matches to earn a spot on the all-tournament team...selected to the NIU Adidas/Magnuson Inn All-Tournament team after totaling 10 saves against Northern Illinois (Sept. 12) and Northwestern (Sept. 10)...made a season-high eight saves in the win over IPFW...started all 19 matches in which he saw action and played 18 complete games.

Played in 14 matches with 10 starts in the net, becoming the number one goalie at the end of his freshman season...recorded a team-best 58 saves, posting a league-best .817 save percentage...ended the season with a 1.06 goals against average, the fourth best in the league...had a season high 10 saves in the 0-0 double overtime tie at Milwaukee (Sept. 2) which was tied for the most in the league...had four or more saves in seven contests...made his college debut in the 3-2 loss to Santa Clara (Sept. 5)...posted shutouts against UIC, Butler, Wright State and Milwaukee...led the Vikings to the semifinals of the Horizon League Championships for the second season in a row after blocking three penalty attempts in the first round tie against UIC (Nov. 10).

Named to the 2008 Plain Dealer All-Star Team and earned All-Ohio honors after his senior season at Twinsburg High School playing for Mike Lally...finished prep career with 24 shutouts in goal and 12 goals and three assists as a midfielder.

Born April 16, 1991, in Mayfield, Ohio...son of Ronald and LeAnne Stuver...has an older brother Ryan...was an Academic All-American during high school...biology major.