TDSC 2012-2013 Goalkeeping Sessions

We are happy to bring in the Springfield Demize’s starting keeper, and captain, Trevor Spangenberg to conduct goalkeeping sessions over the winter months at the Shrine. Trevor was a key factor in helping the Demize climb to the top of the Heartland conference last summer before his season ending injury against Colorado Foxes in mid June. Trevor has the potential after graduation to play at the next level in either the USL Pro or the MLS. This is an exciting opportunity for our TDSC keepers to get some high level training by one of the best goalkeepers in the Region. 
The program cost is built into the club fees and is for goalkeepers in the u10 age group and older. 
Times are from 5:30pm - 6:30pm on the following dates at the Shrine:

November 19th & 26th
December 10th & 27th
January 7th, 14th, & 21st
Trevor Spangenberg
Trevor’s Bio off of the MSU Bears Mens soccer web page
MSU 2011: Despite setting a record for the fewest saves in a season (44), Spangenberg vaulted into third place on the career leaders list for goals against average (0.93). He sported an overall record of 9-8-2 and recorded six shutouts along the way. His most impressive shutout came against No. 4 Creighton at Plaster Field (Oct. 12) as the Bears won their first-ever match against a top-five opponent. Spangenberg was named MVC Defensive Player of the Week on two separate occasions: Oct. 17 and Nov. 7.

2010: In 2010, Spangenberg earned his first letter while backing up MLS Columbus Crew draft pick Alex Riggs at goalkeeper. He saw action in just one match and helped preserve a 3-0 shutout against IUPUI (Sept. 12).

Background: Spangenberg had an outstanding prep career at Boone Grove High in Valparaiso, Ind., where he started every game of his four-year high school career at goalkeeper. As a senior, he led the Wolves with 12 shutouts and a 0.27 GAA en route to an undefeated season with a 15-0-1 record and a conference championship. For his efforts, he was named team captain, team MVP, first-team all-conference in both the Northern Indiana Conference and Porter County Conference, top player in the Northern Indiana Conference and first team all-area. He also played on the Chicago Fire Juniors during the club season. As a junior, he recorded 10 shutouts and a 0.62 GAA to finish 13-3-1 on the way to first team all-conference honors. His sophomore season, he finished ranked in the top 10 in the state with a 0.76 GAA.