AS A SENIOR (2011)
One of two players to start all 21 matches ... led the BC defense that ranked third in the ACC in goals against average (1.21) and shutouts (7), and fourth in goals allowed (26) ... was a part of all seven BC shutouts ... also recorded a goal and an assist on the year ... his goal came in the NCAA Tournament contest vs. Rutgers (11/20) to put BC on top, 1-0 ... assisted on Stefan Carter's goal at No. 22 Dartmouth (9/4).
AS A JUNIOR (2010)
Played in 19 games with 18 starts and started all eight ACC matches ... recorded five assists which ranked second on the team and seventh in the ACC ... part of the BC defense that ranked fifth in the ACC in goals allowed (22) and goals against average (1.04) ... assisted on the game-winning goal in the 89th minute against Dartmouth (10/27) ... played a part in BC's first goal that tied the game at Harvard (10/19) ... assisted on a goal vs. No. 3 North Carolina (10/15) in a 1-1 draw ... also recorded assists in shutout wins against Rhode Island (9/21) and Boston University (9/17).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009)
Played in and started 22 games, including all eight ACC contests ... registered one goal ... notched his first collegiate goal - the tying score - in the 74th minute of the team's 2-1 win at Holy Cross (10/21) ... a mainstay along the backline that finished the season with a team goals against average of 0.98, good for sixth among all ACC schools.
AS A FRESHMAN (2008)
Played in seven games, including three ACC contests ... made his collegiate debut in the team's 1-0 win over Villanova (9/5) in the adidas/Brown Classic in Providence, R.I. ... started four consecutive October games along the backline ... recorded his first career start in a 2-1 win at Yale (10/14); also started in games against Virginia (10/17), at Wake Forest (10/25) and against Holy Cross (10/28).
Played three years at Arcadia High School ... played with the Los Angeles Futbol Club (LAFC) from U-11 through U-17; was the starting center back for the club ... team competed in the U-18 U.S. Soccer Development Academy, winning the So Cal Conference, clinching a berth in the Development Academy Finals Week and advancing to the title game; team defeated Mexican U-17 National Team, 2-1, in an exhibition match in February 2008 ... helped LAFC capture the 2007 Super Y-League North American Finals U-16 title; club also won 2007 Nomads Thanksgiving Tournament and Nomads Coaches Showcase ... earned LAFC U-16 MVP honors in 2006.
Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... Patrick is the oldest of Lillian and Roy Chin's three sons ... born September 26, 1990.
CHIN'S CAREER STATISTICS
CHIN'S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 1 (2x) last vs. Rutgers (11/20/11) Assists: 1 (6x) last at Dartmouth (9/4/11) Points: 2 (2x) last vs. Rutgers (11/20/11)