Mallory Geurts

Teams: Washington Spirit Reserves 2017
Position: Goalkeeper
Hometown: Green Bay, WI
Height: 5-9
College: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Last Club: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

2016: Enjoyed a stellar first season in a Panther uniform … started 19 of the 20 games on the year, posting a 0.75 goals-against average, 12-5-2 record, 67 saves and an .827 save percentage in 1675:58 in goal … posted six solo shutouts and was a part of three other shared clean sheets … ranked first in the Horizon League in GAA (only goalie under 1.00), first in save percentage and first in shutouts … two-time Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 26 and Oct. 17) … 0.75 GAA ranked ninth in program history and win total (12) was seventh … shut out Akron in her UWM debut Aug. 19 … made seven saves in a 1-1 draw at Wisconsin Aug. 25 … season-high 11 saves in a tough 1-0 loss to Iowa State Sept. 11 … made four saves to blank Northern Kentucky Sept. 24 … went three games in a row without allowing a goal against Detroit Oct. 1, Oakland Oct. 8 and Wright State Oct. 15 … had three big saves in the 1-0 win over Oakland in the Horizon League Tournament semifinals Nov. 3 … named to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.

2015 (Redshirt): Redshirted the season following injury and maintained junior eligibility.

Prior to UWM: Spent two seasons as the starting goalkeeper at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside … named Second Team NSCAA All-American, Second Team Daktronics All-American, First Team NSCAA All-Region, First Team Daktronics All-Region and First Team All-Great Lakes Valley Conference in 2014 … started all 22 games in goal for the Rangers, going 18-1-3 in posting 15 clean sheets and leading the nation with a 0.27 goals-against average … also ranked seventh with her .885 save percentage … named Parkside Female Newcomer of the Year and Third Team All-GLVC as a freshman … posted 11 shutouts and a 0.71 GAA in 2013.

High School: Did not begin playing goalkeeper until her senior season … was team captain and Team MVP at Preble … earned Fox River Classic All-Conference First-Team honors … also played point guard on the basketball team … National Honor Society member.

Personal: Daughter of Marc and Jean Geurts … majoring in psychology … chose UWM because of the soccer program and the nutritional sciences academic program … most memorable sports experience was winning the conference title in 2014 … has done volunteer work with CUSA soccer team and volunteer coaching with her club team … played six years with club team Allouez Stride, earning four straight Premier State League championships … lists hobbies as running, working out, playing soccer and snowboarding … born May 22, 1995.


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