2005...Started all 79 matches in goal since becoming the starting keeper his freshman year... Finished his career second all-time at UCF with 379 career saves and tied for second with 21 career shutouts...Posted shutouts of Lafayette, Stetson and East Carolina...Tied his career high with 13 saves against Marshall...Also recorded a double-digit save effort at Memphis (10)...Listed among the top 15 goalkeepers in the nation with 5.75 saves per game...Named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 7...Led the conference in saves (92) and was second in save percentage (.793).
2004... Started all 20 matches in goal...Named Atlantic Sun Player of the Year for the second consecutive season...Also earned First-Team All-Atlantic Sun honors...Led the A-Sun in shutouts with seven...Third in the conference in goals against average (1.18)...Second in both save percentage (.793) and saves (96)...His season saves effort ranks sixth and his seven shutouts is third in the Knight record books...Made 13 saves in the season opener at Air Force, an effort that ranks 10th all-time at UCF...Made eight saves in the win over IPFW...Allowed only five goals in 10 regular season conference matches...Earned back-to-back shutouts against in-state rivals Stetson (nine saves) and Florida Atlantic (two saves)...Received Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Wekk honors for his effort...Also had consecutive shutouts against Campbell and at Lipscomb...Gave up only one goal in 200 minutes of play at the Atlantic Sun Tournament...Made four saves to blank Mercer in the championship match...Followed that with a shutout of No. 23 Florida International in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Halted 10 shots at No. 10 Wake Forest in the second round.
2003... Started all 21 matches in net for the Golden Knights...Posted eight shutouts to lead the A-Sun and tie the school record for most in a season...Registered a conference-leading 1.00 goals-against-average and 79.4 save percentage...Allowed one goal or less in 16 games...Named Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Year...Also received first-team all-conference recognition...Started the season blanking both La Salle and Florida Southern in the UCF/adidas Kickoff Classic...Recorded back-to-back shutouts of San Francisco and Bowling Green in September and against Florida Atlantic and Campbell in October...Made 11 saves on 13 shots against Kentucky and Louisville in the UK Invitational...earned a spot on the all-tournament team...Allowed two goals and had eight saves in matches against Belmont and Lipscomb...Earned Atlantic Sun Defensive Player of the Week for his performance...Made a season-high seven saves at Georgia State and Florida International...Stopped eight shots and allowed only one goal in two games at the Atlantic Sun Championship...Named to the conference all-tournament team...Effort earned him a spot on the all-tournament team...Knocked away seven shots vs. FIU in the NCAA Tournament...Atlantic Sun All-Academic Team.
2002... Made his collegiate debut in a 2-2 overtime tie with No. 7 Washington...Turned away three shots in his first collegiate shutout - a 1-0 decision against UC-Riverside...Blocked a career-high 10 shots in a 2-1 overtime win over Florida Atlantic...Stopped seven shots in a 3-0 blanking of Belmont...Also earned a 1-0 shutout against Stetson in the Atlantic Sun Championship match...Twice named A-Sun Player of the Week...Ranks fourth on UCF's lists for most saves in a season (106)...Received Second Team All-Atlantic Sun and A-Sun All-Freshman Team honors...One of four Golden Knights named to the A-Sun All-Tournament Team.
2001... Redshirted the season.
Prior to UCF... Played for St. Thomas Aquinas High School and posted a .62 goals-against-average and 17 shutouts as a senior...Helped the Raiders win the state championship in 1998 and to the Final Four in 1999-01...Named to first-team all-state... Played in the county, region and state all-star games... Awarded Miami Herald and Sun Sentinel All-County honors.
Personal... Born on March 19, 1983...Parents are Mike and Renee McIntosh...Has a brother, Sean, and a sister, Erin...Major is business.