2011 Pro Soccer Combine – Men's Player Profile
Zach Carr
 
Player Profile
Positions Played   Goalkeeper
Height   6' 0"
Weight   180 lbs.
Nationality/Passport   US Passport
Birthdate / Birthplace   September 24,  1988 / USA
School/Last Season of Eligibility   Stevens Institute / 2010
Last Professional Team   New York Red Bull, 2011 pre season camp invitee
Combine Coach   Remi Roy (New England Revolution) & Tim Hanley (Houston Dynamo)

Scouting Report
Tactical (1 - 5: 5=strongest)
Category Score Comments
Footwork 4  
Hands 3  
Diving (High) 4  
Diving (Low) 4  
Crosses 3  
Distribution 4  

Communication 4  
Decision Making 4  
With Ball at Feet 4  
Organization 4  

Physical Ability (1 - 5: 5=strongest)
Category Score Comments
Strength 4  
Speed 4  
Quickness 4  
Endurance NA  
Agility 3  

Combine Coach's Overall Comments
Excellent combine performance. Would recommend him for USL/NASL and possible 3rd in the MLS.

Collegiate Soccer Career
Head Coach: Tim O'Donohue

2010: CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine first-team Academic All-American and a National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) first-team All-American. D3soccer.com GK of the Year. Led the nation in save percentage (.927), was second in goals-against average (0.287), and as a team, the Ducks were No. 1 in team goals-against average (0.29), shutout percentage (.80), and save percentage (0.927). Stevens reached the second round of the Division III NCAA Tournament and finished the year with an overall record of 15-2-3. Carr ended the season allowing just six goals in 20 games and accumulated 16 shutouts.

A two-time first NSCAA All-American and four-time all-conference selection, he set a school-record and unofficial NCAA mark with 55 career shutouts, 16 coming in 2010. He notched 68 wins in goal against just nine losses and 12 draws as the Ducks' starting goalkeeper for the last four seasons. Named first team NSCAA All-East region three times in his career, he had a 6-2-4 all-time record in the NCAA Tournament, with one of the losses coming in penalty kicks to Messiah in the 2008 national championship game. Overall, in postseason contests, Stevens was 14-2-4 with Carr between the pipes. In addition, he had a goals-against average of .380 over the course of his career which is tied for third all-time in NCAA Division III.

Carr also had a streak from November 9, 2009 through October 13, 2010 in which he did not allow a single goal against. The run lasted for 1,333 minutes and is second in the history of NCAA men's soccer (all three divisions).


Professional / Semi-Pro / Club Soccer Career
Invited to NY Red Bulls camp after 2011 InfoSport Pro Soccer Combine.

PDL: NJ Rangers (2009) and Central Jersey Spartans (2010).


Injury and Medical Information
No injuries or medical conditions reported

Contact Information
Email: soccer@infosportinc.com

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