|Hometown:||Arlington Heights, Ill.|
|High School:||Christian Liberty Academy|
|Major:||Corporate Financial Management|
as a Senior (2012): NSCAA All-America Second Team ... finished his career as the NCAA's all-time leader for shutouts (54) and minutes played (8,608) ... his four-year goals-against-average (GAA) of 0.50 is the lowest mark in school history and tied for fifth-best on the NCAA's all-time list ... is also Akron's career leader in wins (77) ... rated the No. 80 upperclassman in the country by Top Drawer Soccer ... Academic All-MAC ... allowed just eight goals in 22 matches, spanning 2,040 minutes in 2012 for a GAA of 0.35 ... was one of four Zips to be named to the CoSIDA Academic All-American team ... earned first-team honors for the second straight season with a 3.77 GPA as a corporate finance major ... finished his career as a three-time Academic All-American, which matches teammate Chad Barson as the most individual honors in program history ... recorded 16 shutouts, including eight straight from Sept. 14 to Oct. 16 ... the run of eight consecutive shutouts was the second-longest in school history and tied for 13th-best total in NCAA history ... allowed one of fewer goals in 21 of 22 matches overall ... also recorded a consecutive shutout streak of six matches from Oct. 23 to Nov. 11 ... All-MAC First Team honoree ... three-time MAC Player of the Week (Sept. 18, Oct. 30, Nov. 6) ... named to the National Team of the Week by Soccer America (Sept. 20), Top Drawer Soccer (Oct. 15) and College Soccer News (Nov. 5) ... was the MAC Scholar Athlete of the Week on Nov. 6.
as a Junior (2011): Named to CoSIDA Academic All-America team for the second straight season, earning third-team honors ... All-MAC Second Team ... College Soccer News and Soccer America Preseason All-American ... Academic All-MAC ... started 22 games between the pipes, recording 10 shutouts and posting a GAA of 0.73 ... moved into third place on the school's all-time list for minutes played (6,568) ... also second in shutouts (38) and wins (59) for a career ... named to Cal State Northridge All-Tournament Team.
as a Sophomore (2010): CoDISA Academic All-America Second Team ... Top Drawer Soccer All-America Third Team ... NSCAA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team ... All-MAC First Team ... Academic All-MAC ... started all 25 games ... was the backbone of a unit that matched an NCAA record with its 11th consecutive shutout against No. 2 Tulsa (4-0) on Sept. 24 ... ranked ninth individually with a GAA of 0.64 (16 goals in 2,234 minutes) ... posted 11 shutouts on the season ... made a pair of huge saves in a penalty kick shootout against Cal in the NCAA Quarterfinals (Dec. 4) ... the Zips won the shootout, 3-2, to return to the College Cup for the second consecutive season ... TDS National Team of the Week (Sept. 7) ... University of Akron All-Tournament Team ... recorded six saves in UA's season opening 3-0 shutout at North Carolina (Sept. 3) ... faced a career high 16 shots in a 2-2 tie at Ohio State (Sept. 29) while recording a personal-best eight saves.
as a Freshman (2009): Soccer America All-Freshman First Team ... College Soccer News All-Freshman First Team ... All-Great Lakes Region Third Team ... All-Mid-American Conference Second Team ... Top Drawer Soccer All-Rookie team ... broke school records for shutouts (17), fewest goals allowed (7), goals-against-average (0.28), minutes played (2,252) and wins (23) ... MAC Player of the Week (Sept. 9) ... College Soccer News Freshman Top 100 list ... goals-against-average (0.306) is ranked second-best in the nation ... broke UA’s single-season shutout record of 14, originally set in 2005 (Evan Bush), vs. Tulsa (Dec. 5) … recorded a season high five saves versus Penn State (Oct. 28) … logged all but 49 minutes between the pipes for the season.
Prior to Akron: Member of U-18 and U-17 U.S. youth national teams ... two-time Parade All-American (2007, ’08) ... three-time NSCAA Youth All-American (2006, ’07, ’08) ... 55th-ranked prospect in the nation, according to Top Drawer Soccer ... adidas ESP participant ... competed in the Developmental Academy League, sponsored by U.S. Soccer ... part of the No. 1-ranked college recruiting class in the nation, according to ESPN Rise.com.
Personal: Born July 20, 1990 ... parents are Mark and Lois Meves ... has two older brothers, Greg and Scott.