CAREER: Alison Finch has played in 35 career games with 34 starts as a goalkeeper...owns a 1.78 goals against average...has made 153 career saves with a .714 saves percentage...recorded seven career shutouts.
2008: Started and appeared in two games as goaltender during her junior season...in her two games, made eight saves and accumulated 125 minutes in goal.
2007: Started and appeared as goalkeeper in 14 games for the Panthers...finished the season with 64 saves, four shutouts and a 1.65 goals against average in 1200 minutes...concluded the season with a 5-6-1 record...made 34 saves...registered four shutouts on year (Youngstown State, Niagara, Ohio and Villanova)...registered a 2.00 goals against average in Big East play...registered a season high eight saves at Auburn (Sept. 9)...finished with seven saves vs. West Virginia (Sept. 21)...finished with six saves against both Syracuse (Sept. 28) and Cincinnati (Oct. 5)...Big East Academic All-Star selection.
2006: Started 18 of 19 games on the year including 18 consecutive contests...finished season with 81 saves, three shutouts and a 1.59 goals against average in 1751:24 minutes of action...tied school record for most wins in a season with eight...won first four games of the year...finished season with three shutouts (Western Michigan, Kent State and DePaul)...registered a career-high nine saves in two different games...finished with a career-high nine saves at West Virginia (Sept. 15)...registered a career-high tying nine saves at DePaul (Sept. 29)...finished with eight saves in Big East Tournament action at Louisville (Oct. 26).
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2006 graduate of Bethel Park High School in Bethel Park, Pa....three-time All-WPIAL Section 4 selection as a goalkeeper and defender...four-year varsity player and two-year team captain...held opponents to a 0.76 goals against average as a senior goalkeeper...earned Upper St. Clair Kickoff Classic All-tournament honors as a junior...named WPIAL 3A Section 4 First Team and finished with a 1.04 goals against average in 21 varsity games as a sophomore...finished with an 87.5 percent save percentage as a freshman...competed in the Pennsylvania Olympic Development program where she played for Century United...helped lead Century United to the 2004 PPA state championship...played for the STM Club team from 1999-2002...honor student.
PERSONAL: Born July 26, 1988...daughter of Jeffrey and Cathy Finch...has two sisters--Carissa and Mallory...majors in Civil Engineering.
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