BRIAN LEVEY SETS NEW GOALKEEPING RECORD
    Durham, N.H. – Senior goalkeeper Brian Levey (Pittsburgh, Pa./North Allegheny) of the University of New Hampshire men’s soccer team has set a new UNH career record of 22 shutouts. 
Levey blanked the University of Massachusetts, 1-0, on September 20 to earn the honor.
    Entering the season, Levey had held opponents to 17 scoreless matches.  New Hampshire’s last four wins have come via shutout over its opponents.
    Steve Baccari previously held the record of 21 shutouts when he played for the Wildcats from 1992-95.
    Levey also holds the records for most shutouts in a season (10) and lowest goals against average (0.57), both accomplished during the 2005 season.  For his efforts last season, Levey was named the America East Goalkeeper of the Year.  He was also a First Team All-New England and America East selection.  He has played in 53 games at UNH during which he has made 52 starts.
    New Hampshire (5-2-2) begins conference play at the University of Vermont on Saturday September 23 at 1 p.m.
Senior goalkeeper Brian Levey set a new UNH career record with 52 shutouts.  Levey has recorded five so far on the season.

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