Kalnasy Featured During ESPN College Cup Broadcast
Senior goalkeeper selected for his accomplishments on and off the field.
Dec. 13, 2004
LOS ANGELES, Calif.- Senior Shaun Kalnasy was featured by ESPN during the television broadcast of the College Cup final game on Sunday. The goalkeeper from Mercer Island, Washington was selected based on his outstanding accomplishments on and off the soccer field.
The piece, which aired at halftime of the game, highlighted Kalnasy's soccer accolades and his academic and community services achievements. Last season, he earned Honorable Mention All-WCC honors after earning an 11-4-1 record, and recorded a 0.82 goals against average, the lowest in any single season in LMU men's soccer history. His career goals against average of 0.958 is the lowest career goals against average at LMU. His six shutouts last season tied the school record for single season shutouts.
In the classroom, Kalnasy's accomplishments are equally impressive. After graduating last spring with a degree in business administration, he is currently enrolled in the MBA program. This fall, he was honored as the student-athlete with the highest GPA in the athletic department with a 3.965 GPA. He is a founding member of the Student-Athlete Mentor Program (SAM), where athletes serve as mentors to other athletes on a variety of issues including academic, healthy living, etc., and he is a participant on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).