Updated: December 13, 2012
2012: Started all 20 games, leading the team with 1,856 minutes logged … Recorded shutouts against Richmond, Temple, Longwood and Radford … It was the second straight season he has tallied four shutouts … Tied his career high in saves on three occasions, posting nine stops against Boston College, Radford and then-No. 2 Maryland … No other keeper in the ACC recorded nine stops in a game in 2012 ... Recorded eight saves at then-No. 1 Maryland … Made seven stops against Duke ... Registered six saves four times … Finished the season atop the conference in saves with 98 and saves per game at 4.90 … The 98 total saves was tied for the 11th most in the country … Finished third in the ACC in save percentage at .760.
2011: Started all 19 games, playing all 1798:12 in goal … Named the Atlantic Coast Conference Men's Soccer Co-Player of the Week and Soccer America Men's Player of the Week after posting a career-high nine saves and his second career shutout in helping Tech defeat No. 1 ranked North Carolina, 1-0 in double overtime, on Sept. 10 ... Named a Primetime Performer of the Week by CollegeSoccer360.com on Oct. 25 after posting consecutive shutouts against Wright State and No. 21 Virginia … Added eight stops against No. 1 Maryland, Campbell and Clemson … Notched a total of four shutouts on the season (No. 1 North Carolina, Longwood, Wright State and No. 21 Virginia) … Finished the season first in the conference with 100 stops (5.26/game) and a .800 save percentage, while allowing 25 goals for a 1.25 goals against average … Ranked sixth in Division I in total saves ... Also led the ACC in saves during conference play with 53 (6.62/game) … One of three Hokies to start every game ... Named Academic All-ACC.
2010: Started in seven games at keeper, seeing 557:36 minutes of playing time … Earned first career start against South Florida … Sustained season-ending shoulder injury in game against Wake Forest … Made 19 saves versus six goals against for a team-leading .760 save percentage … Earned a 3-3-1 record, including a shutout against American.
High School: Four-year letter winner and two-time team captain for Brookville High School ... Earned first-team all-district and honorable mention all-region honors his junior year, while being named team MVP and leading Brookville to regional play ... His club team, Roanoke Star, was ranked first in Virginia, 10th in the region and 31st in the nation ... Earned a 4.0 GPA throughout high school and was a three-time team captain for his high school basketball team ... Played high school basketball with Tech QB Logan Thomas.
Personal: Born April 30, 1991, in Lynchburg, Va. ... Son of Martin and Susan Renfro ... Majoring in management.