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Justin Luthy
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dublin, Ohio

High School:
Amherst

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165

Position:
GK

Previous Team:
Premier Soccer Academies

11/01/2013

Men's Soccer Hosts Virginia Tech Sunday

Eagles-Hokies kick off at 1 p.m.

10/24/2013

Men's Soccer Faces #14 Clemson Friday Night

Match will be televised on NESN

10/17/2013

Men's Soccer Hosts Duke Friday Night

Eagles-Blue Devils kickoff at 7 p.m.

10/11/2013

Men's Soccer Hosts #12 North Carolina Saturday

Eagles take on Tar Heels at 7 p.m. in Newton

10/07/2013

Men's Soccer Hosts Syracuse On Tuesday

Eagles start four-game home stand

NOTES
Boston College all-time leader in wins (43) and minutes played (7400:43) ... ranks second all-time in shutouts (25) and fourth in saves (301).

AS A SENIOR (2012)
Started 17 matches in goal and played in 18 ... logged 1,690 minutes in net ... had a 1.01 goals against average and a .756 save percentage ... recorded seven shutouts on the year ... went 3-2-3 in ACC action and played all 780 minutes ... ranked third in the ACC in shutouts and fourth in goals against average, save percentage and saves ... recorded six saves - the second-highest total of the season - in the 1-0 loss at Northeastern (11/15) in the NCAA First Round ... shut out Clemson (11/6) for 110 minutes and made three saves in the ACC Championship ... made two saves in a scoreless draw against Virginia (10/26) ... notched four stops in a 1-0 shutout win at Duke (10/19) ... did not record a save but helped shut out Clemson (10/13) in a scoreless draw ... recorded clean sheets in a 1-0 victories against Dartmouth (10/10) and at No. 15 Wake Forest (10/6) ... made three saves against the Big Green and eight at the Demon Deacons ... made a save in a 1-0 shutout win at Fairfield (9/3) ... recorded five saves in a 2-1 season-opening win at Quinnipiac (9/24).

AS A JUNIOR (2011)
Started all 21 games and played 1,910 minutes ... played all but 17 minutes in goal ... had a 1.22 goals against average and a .750 save percentage ... was a part of seven BC shutouts and had five by himself ... went 4-4-0 in ACC competition and played every minute ... ranked third in the ACC in goals against average and saves, and fourth in save percentage ... had five saves in the first two games of the ACC Championship at No. 2 Maryland (11/8) and against No. 24 Duke (11/11) ... had four saves in a 2-1 win at Virginia (10/29) after stopping six shots in a double overtime triumph vs. Duke (10/22) ... made three saves in a shutout win at Boston University (10/18) ... had consecutive 2-0 clean sheets against Harvard (10/11) and Wake Forest (10/7) ... had two more shutouts in road wins at Brown (9/27) and Rhode Island (9/23) ... made a career-high 12 saves against URI on a rainy night ... had four saves in two shutout wins at Dartmouth (9/4) and vs. Quinnipiac (9/1).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)
Started all 20 games and logged 1,873 minutes in goal ... played all but 26 minutes in net ... had a 1.06 goals against average and a .776 save percentage ... recorded four shutouts ... went 2-2-4 in ACC contests with a 1.46 GAA and a .675 save percentage ... played all 800 minutes in conference action ... ranked second in the ACC in saves (76) and saves per game (3.80) ... made four saves in a 1-0 shutout win against No. 19 Duke (11/10) in the ACC Championship ... stopped four shots in a 2-1 triumph against Dartmouth (10/27) ... notched five saves in a 2-1 win at Harvard (10/19) ... had a combined shutout against Holy Cross (10/12) ... made a career-high 11 saves in a 2-0 loss at No. 3 Connecticut (9/28) ... led BC in three consecutive shutouts vs. Rhode Island (9/21), Boston University (9/17) and Fairfield (9/14) ... picked up first clean sheet of the year in a 1-0 victory at Quinnipiac (9/4).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009)
Played in and started 21 games, including seven (of eight) ACC contests ... missed two games - at Holy Cross (10/21) and Virginia (10/25) - because of injury ... earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference second-team honors; also captured All-Conference Freshman Team accolades ... earned Soccer America All-Freshmen second-team recognition ... tallied a 13-8-0 overall record ... registered a 0.93 goals against average and a .815 save percentage ... notched nine shutout performances ... went 5-2-0 in seven conference contests ... recorded a 0.70 goals against average and a .878 save percentage in ACC play ... finished the season ranked among the ACC's leaders (league games only) in several goalkeeping categories - save percentage (first; .878), shutouts (4; t - first), shutouts per game (0.57; first), saves (36; second), saves per game (5.14; second) and goals against average (0.70; third) ... totaled four home shutouts in conference contests, made three saves in a 2-0 home win over No. 11 Duke (9/25), notched one save in a 2-0 home win over Clemson (10/9); tallied seven saves in a 1-0 home win over No. 2 Wake Forest and tallied two saves in BC's 2-0 home win over Virginia Tech (11/6) in the regular-season finale ... allowed more than one goal just five times ... made collegiate debut at Rhode Island (9/1) ... made two saves to earn first career win, a 2-0 home victory over Bryant (9/4).

BEFORE BC
Played the last two years at the Premier Soccer Academies (Lorain, Ohio) while attending Amherst High School ... captured 2008 NSCAA/adidas Youth All-America honors ... was selected to the 2008-09 U-17/18 Development Academy Central Conference Starting XI ... played in the 2008 PSA World Youth Tournament ... was a member of the U.S. U-18 Men's National Team that competed in the Lisbon International Tournament in May 2009; saw action in one match ... also played with the U-18 MNT in the Northern Ireland Milk Cup in July 2009 ... played in the Columbus Crew youth program; the Crew finished third at the Development Academy finals at the U-17/U-18 level.

PERSONAL
Justin Brice Luthy, born April 16, 1991 ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... Justin is the oldest of Nicole and Chris Luthy's three children.

LUTHY'S CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP GS Mins. GA GAA SavesSave Pct. Record SO
2009 21 21 1927:21 20 0.93 88 .815 13-8-0 9
2010 20 20 1873:24 22 1.06 76 .776 10-5-5 4
2011 21 21 1910:19 26 1.22 78 .750 14-5-1 5
2012 18 17 1689:39 19 1.01 59 .756 6-6-5 7
Career 80 79 7400:43 87 1.06 301 .774 43-25-11 25

LUTHY'S CAREER HIGHS
Saves: 12 at Rhode Island (9/23/11)

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