CAREER: Jordan Marks has made 25 career appearances, including 22 starts at goalkeeper...totaled 124 saves over three year career...owns a 2.05 career goals against average and a .725 save percentage
2007: Started 11 games as a junior goalkeeper and saw action in 13 games...played in 1057 total minutes...recorded 62 saves and had a 1.96 goals against average...led team in saves and goals against average...started seven of eight Big East games and registered 44 saves and a 2.08 goals against average in league contests...made career high 12 saves vs. West Virginia...recorded eight saves vs. Georgetown...recorded seven saves each against Wright State and DePaul.
2006: Started five games as a sophomore, finishing with a 1-4-0 record including a double overtime win against Cincinnati...played a total of 466 minutes and made 22 saves...allowed 11 goals on 33 shots...finished with a 2.12 GAA and a .667 save percentage
2005: Started six games as a redshirt freshman in 2005...led team with 40 saves and 2.00 goals against average on the season...recorded 10 saves against Notre Dame and finished with nine saves against Marquette...also registered a .755 save percentage while allowing 13 goals in seven games played...played 585 total minutes on season (405 in Big East play)...started four Big East contests...made 31 saves and finished with a 1.78 goals against average in Big East contests.
PERSONAL: Born April 30, 1986...son of James and Cindi Marks...has two brothers and one sister...majors in history/economics.
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