1 Brad Fogal
1 Brad Fogal
Height: 5-10
Weight: 167
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sharon, Ont.
Position: G
Previous Team: Pickering Panthers (OPJHL)
CAREER STATISTICS
YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA SAVES SV% W L T SHO
2007-08 22-20 1219:39 37 1.82 476 .928 20 2 0 5
2008-09 27-26 1517:13 42 1.66 536 .927 25 1 1 5
2009-10 27-27 1562:13 61 2.34 641 .913 23 4 0 2
Total 76-73 4299:05 140 1.95 1653 .922 68 7 1 12

All-Time Rankings
1st - Shutouts, 1st - Wins, 1st - Saves, 1st - Save Pct

Career Notes: Played in 52 MCHA games which is one shy of the conference record...ranks sixth in MCHA history with 1,141 saves...ranks second in MCHA history with a .934 save percentage (1,141-of-1,221)...ranks second in MCHA history with a 1.61 goals against average...has never lost a MCHA contest (52-0) and his 52 wins are 15 better than the second place goaltender...played the most minutes in MCHA history (2,979)...tied for 10th in NCAA Division III history with a .922 save percentage...ranked eighth in NCAA Division III history with a 1.95 goals against average...ranked third in NCAA Division III history with 12 shutouts...ranks third in NCAA Division III history with 68 wins.

2009-10: Named MCHA First Team All-Conference...named MCHA Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 9...tied his own MCHA record with 19 wins in net...went a perfect 19-0 in net during conference games...played the most minutes in league history with 1,089...recorded two assists for the season...made 22 saves in a shutout at Finlandia on Jan. 30...made 15 saves in a shutout at Concordia (Wis.) on Dec. 4...tallied a 2.34 goals against average and a .913 save percentage...posted an overall record of 23-4 in net logging 1,562 minutes...made a season-high 42 saves at Oswego State on Jan. 8...allowed a goal or fewer in eight contests...

2008-09: Named MCHA First Team All-Conference...named to the MCHA All-Tournament Team...led the MCHA in goals against average, save percentage and win-loss percentage...ranked third in Division III in goals against average (1.66), eighth in save percentage (.927) and first in win-loss (25-1-1)...made a season-high 31 saves at Lawrence on November 8...made 536 saves and posted five shutouts.

2007-08: Named MCHA First Team All-Conference...named to the MCHA All-Freshman Team...selected to the MCHA All-Tournament Team...had the third-best save percentage in MCHA history for a season (.934)...tied conference record for goalie win-loss percentage (1.000)...set single season MCHA record for goalie wins (14)...had the best win-loss percentage in Division III (.909)...his .909 percentage was 18th all-time in Division III for a season...ranked sixth all-time in NCAA DIII for a season with five shutouts...ranked third in DIII in goals against average...ranked seventh in DIII in save percentage...allowed one goal or less in 10 games...recorded a 20-2 record in net...posted a 1.82 goals against average and made a total of 476 saves...set a season-high with 38 saves at Neumann on October 27.

Personal: Majoring in physical education...born in North York, Ontario on 2/5/86...son of Alan and Susan Fogal...attended Sacred Heart Catholic High School...played for the Pickering Panthers in junior hockey...also a very good softball player who played for Team Canada in 2005 ISF World Championships earning a bronze medal...earned a gold medal in the 2005 Canada Games playing for Team Ontario...favorite TV show is Two and a Half Men...favorite movies are Slap Shot and Bull Durham.