Height: 5'11"
Weight: 172
Year: Redshirt Senior
City/State: Palo Alto, CA
High School: Henry M. Gunn HS
Major: NanoEngineering
Experience: 3 Letters


MEDIA (10/21/16)
Triton Q&A (9/1/15)

Fourth individual shutout of season vs. Chico State (9/25) was 23rd of career, breaking former All-American teammate Josh Cohen's program record for the NCAA Division II era (since 2000) ... Completed career with 32 individual clean sheets, No. 2 all-time to UCSD Athletics Hall of Famer Brian Siljander's 37 (1987-90).

Team tri-captain ... NSCAA All-America First Team ... D2CCA All-America First Team ... NSCAA Scholar Player of the Year ... NSCAA Scholar All-America Team ... NSCAA All-West Region First Team ... D2CCA All-West Region First Team ... NSCAA Scholar All-West Region Team ... CCAA Defensive Player of the Year ... All-CCAA First Team ... HERO Sports All-America First Team ... CCAA All-Tournament Team ... One of 14 UCSD Athletes of the Year ... NSCAA Division II Player of the Week (10/4) ... CCAA All-Academic ... CCAA Fall All-Academic ... CCAA Player of the Week (10/18) ... San Diego Hall of Champions Star of the Month for October (11/2) ... Athlete of the Week (9/19) ... National STUDENT-Athlete Day honoree ... Shared team's Jared Kukura Performance Award with Sam Palano ... Started all 24 games and played all but 45 minutes ... Fourth nationally in goals-against average (0.534) and second in save percentage (.854), shutouts (13) and goalie minutes played (2191:24), all career and CCAA bests ... 13 clean sheets was new record for program's Division II era, and most since Michael Madden posted 13 in 1991 ... Anchored defense that finished fourth nationally in team GAA (0.52) ... Four saves for first shutout of season and milestone 20th of career vs. Colorado Mines (9/8) ... Clean sheet in 1-0 win vs. city rival Point Loma (9/14) ... Three saves in scoreless draw at Concordia (9/17), matching Josh Cohen's program mark for Division II era of 22 shutouts ... Broke record vs. Chico State (9/25), adding three more saves ... Shared shutout with fellow senior Tyler Shaver vs. Saint Martin's (9/10), playing first half.

All-CCAA honorable mention ... CCAA All-Academic ... CCAA Fall All-Academic ... One of four Tritons to start all 18 games, and the only one to play every minute, as the UCSD goalkeeper ... Played every minute for the second straight year ... Ranked 24th nationally in goalie minutes played, 53rd in goals-against average and 164th in saves ... Made three saves to notch first of seven shutouts on season in home opener vs. Concordia (9/8) ... Needed just six stops in all to post three straight home clean sheets vs. CCAA foes Cal Poly Pomona (9/18), Cal State San Bernardino (9/20) and Cal State East Bay (9/25) ... Career-best shutout streak was thus 392:30 (9/12-27) ... Remaining shutouts came in 1-0 wins at Cal State LA (10/4) and vs. Cal State San Marcos (10/21), around a scoreless draw vs. SF State (10/11), when he had four saves ... Season highs of five saves and 17 shots faced at Cal State Dominguez Hills (10/2).

All-CCAA honorable mention ... Capital One Academic All-District 8 First Team ... CCAA All-Academic ... CCAA Fall All-Academic ... Athlete of the Week (11/17) ... One of four Tritons to start all 20 matches, and the only one to play every minute ... Earned first start in the UCSD goal since 2012 in season opener vs. Saint Martin's (9/4) ... Recorded a 0.65 goals-against average, 46 saves and nine shutouts ... Ninth nationally in Division II in GAA (0.652) ... Second in the CCAA in minutes played, third in GAA and shutouts, and fifth in save percentage (.767) ... Career-high six saves vs. Azusa Pacific (9/20) and vs. Cal State L.A. (11/13) in first round of NCAA Championship ... Made five stops in two other contests ... Posted back-to-back clean sheets on four occasions ... Season-best shutout stretch of 350:17 (9/11-20) ... In postseason penalty-kick tiebreakers, saved one vs. Cal State Stanislaus (11/2) to keep the Tritons alive, and two more against CSULA, diving full extension to his right on the first to once again extend the match in the fifth round of tries ... Twice faced a season-high 18 shots.

CCAA All-Academic ... Did not appear in a match as one of four goalkeepers on the roster ... Redshirted the season.

CCAA All-Academic ... Appeared in seven matches, starting five ... Along with junior teammate Josh Cohen, played an integral role as UCSD posted the top team goals-against average nationally in the NCAA Division II with a new single-season conference-record mark of 0.44 ... Had an individual GAA of 0.55 with 15 saves and three shutouts ... College debut came at San Francisco State (9/23) as he played the entire second half and both overtime sessions of a scoreless draw, combining on the clean sheet ... Drew his first start in the next match vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills and notched his first career shutout in the 1-0 win ... Went on to produce two more shutout victories vs. Cal State San Bernardino (9/30) and at Sonoma State (10/5) ... All told, began his college career with a shutout stretch of 336:01 ... Season-high five saves vs. CSUSB ... Faced a season-high 15 shots vs. CSUDH.

Played for Palo Alto Soccer Club and De Anza Academy ... His Palo Alto Soccer Club Blue 93 Panthers side was ranked No. 1 nationally by at the U-18 level in 2011, after winning a Far West Region tournament title in Boise, Idaho.

A 2012 graduate of Henry M. Gunn High School in Palo Alto ... Competed as a Titan in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League (SCVAL) ... Team captain, All-SCVAL De Anza Division First Team selection and Team MVP as a senior in 2012.

Born Sept. 28 in Mountain View ... Parents are Steve McElfresh and Jeanne Chisholm ... Father attended San Diego State ... Has an older brother named Duncan and a younger brother named Ian ... Nanoengineering major with minors in mathematics and economics at Revelle College ... Intends to continue on to graduate school after earning his degree from UC San Diego.

Season GP GS Minutes GA GAA Saves Save% W L T Sho
2012 7 5 490:41 3 0.55 15 .833 3 2 1 3
2013 - - - - - - - - - - -
2014 20 20 1931:43 14 0.65 46 .767 10 4 6 9
2015 18 18 1740:00 21 1.09 45 .682 6 6 6 7
2016 24 24 2191:24 13 0.53 76 .854 19 3 2 13
Totals 69 67 6353:48 51 0.72 182 .781 38 15 15 32


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