Maureen Carey
Maureen  Carey


Wheaton, Ill.

High School:
Wheaton Warrenville South





2004: Academic All-Big Ten ... member of the 2004 Boilermaker Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team ... established new season records in all goalkeeping categories for second straight season ... played in 19 matches, splitting time with Lauren Mason in 18 of them ... recorded a complete-game shutout in Golden Boot Match against Indiana (10/22) ... registered a season-high six saves off 17 Hoosier shots ... the victory over IU clinched gave Purdue the No. 7 seed at the Big Ten Tournament; the program's fifth-consecutive postseason appearance ... combined with Mason on seven team shutouts, including three against conference opponents: Iowa, Minnesota and Michigan State ... was awarded the victory in five of her and Mason's combined shutouts ... posted a modest five match win-streak from Sept. 10 to Oct. 15, beating Miami, Wright State, Iowa, Minnesota and Michigan State ... versus Iowa (9/17), intercepted a pair of back-to-back Jamie Maltman shots ... made two spectacular saves in first half against Michigan State (10/10) ... in the 15th minute, tipped an Emma Harris header over the crossbar, and in the 24th minute stopped a Emily Weigand shot taken from point-blank range ... against Indiana State (10/24), made a few clutch moves to preserve the shutout ...Carey left the net to stuff Nichole Tiggs at the 18-yard line, punched a direct free kick out of the goal box and intercepted a cross near the left post ... was forced to leave Big Ten quarterfinal match against Ohio State, after dislocating a finger on her right hand in the 20th minute.

2003: Academic All-Big Ten selection ... established new season records in all goalkeeping categories ... played entire second half of the Indiana State game (10/29), making one save ... game marked the fourth time this season that she and Lauren Mason combined for a shutout ... relieved Mason for the second half of the Evansville game (9/14) ... made one save ... helped team achieve its fourth shutout of the season in only its sixth game ... played entire second half of match vs. Illinois State (9/12) ... recorded two saves in relief of Mason and helped preserve the shutout ... suffered 2-1 loss at Missouri (9/5), saving two shots in first career start ... saved shots taken by MU's Lauren Grice and Jennifer Nobis ... came out of net to pick off shot taken by Nobis ... allowed goals to Kristen Heil at 22:59 and one to Aria Hudetz at 44:30 ... played a total of 45:47, including the entire first half ... played second half in Purdue's 3-0 win over Marshall (8/30), but did not face any shots.

2002: Academic All-Big Ten ... recorded 82 minutes of playing in time through two matches ... earned half a shutout against No. 16 St. Mary's College in season-opener ... made one save against No. 15 California.

2001: Saw time in two games as a reserve keeper ... tallied a total of 24:08 in the goal ... made one save with three shots faced ... allowed no goals ... earned 0.1 shutout for the Boilermakers' 3-0 victory at Minnesota on Oct. 7 ... saw five minutes of time at Minnesota and 19 in the Butler game.

High School: Earned four varsity soccer letters and three basketball and tennis letters ... conference special mention as a freshman ... three-time all-conference ... two-time all-sectional pick ... team won conference championships in 2000 and 2001 ... career stats include 41 shutouts and 391 saves in 81 games (6,480 minutes) with 74 goals allowed and a 0.91 GAA ... three-time tennis all-conference and state qualifier.

Personal: Given name is Maureen Carey ... born Oct. 13, 1982 ... majoring in social studies education ... enjoys playing the guitar ... parents are Timothy and Connie Carey ... has an older brother, Tim Jr., a younger brother, Matt, and a younger sister, Molly.


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