YORK, Pa. – Salisbury University men's soccer senior goalkeeper Daniel Brennan has been named the Capital Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.
Brennan saw time in net for Salisbury in both games it played and racked up 163:20 of shutout action.
In the team's first game of the week, against Eastern University, Brennan played the last 73:20 of the game and organized the backline and team defense in front of him to not allow a shot to be taken by Eastern.
On Saturday, September 24, the Gulls opened up CAC play and defeated Southern Virginia University by a 3-0 final. Brenna played all 90 minutes in net that contest and stopped five shots to bring his season record to 2-0.
On the year, Brennan has now played 223:03 in net for Salisbury and has yet to allow a goal. In the stretch, Brennan's 1.000 save percentage and 0.00 goals against average comes off six saves.
Brennan and the Gulls return to action on Wednesday, September 28 when they will travel to Catholic University of America for a 4 p.m., tilt.
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