AS A SOPHOMORE (2013)
Started all 11 games in goal that he appeared in ... started the last 10 matches of the season ... played 1,011 minutes in goal and had a 1.87 goals against average ... ranked fourth in the ACC in saves per game (3.82) ... tied a career high with seven saves at Maryland (11/12) in the ACC Tournament ... recorded five saves in a 3-1 win over Virginia Tech (11/3) ... notched four saves against Duke (10/18) ... stopped three shots against Syracuse (10/8) to earn his first win of the season ... set a new career high with seven saves at Dartmouth (9/9).
AS A FRESHMAN (2012)
Started both of the games he appeared in and both were BC wins ... started and played the first half against Rhode Island (9/25), making one save and not allowing a goal in a 4-2 win ... made five saves in a 2-1 double overtime win against San Francisco (9/22) in his collegiate debut.
Named all-city and all-state as both a junior and senior ... participated in the 2011 High School All-American Game ... led the Gaels to its first CHSAA Class A intersectional title as a junior ... played with the United States U-17 national team and the FC Westchester Academy U-15 through U-18 squads ... also served as the kicker on the Iona Prep football team.
Alexander Michael Kapp ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... Alex is the son of Gabriele and Erhardt Kapp; has a younger brother and sister ... father was a two-time All-American at Connecticut and represented the United States on the 1984 Olympic team in Los Angeles ... also played professionally from 1981-90, including a stint with the New York Cosmos from 1981-83.
KAPP'S CAREER STATISTICS
KAPP'S CAREER HIGHS Saves: 7 (2x) last at Maryland (11/12/13)