1 - Susan Starr
Susan Starr
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Fairfield, CT
High School: Fairfield
Position: GK

Notes: Second all-time at Yale in career goals against average (0.97) 2007: Earned Third Team All-Northeast Region honors from both the NSCAA and SoccerBuzz.com... The first team All-Ivy goalkeeper... Led the Ivy League in save percentage (.867) and was second in goals against average (0.71). Her 0.71 goals against average was a Yale single season record... Started all 17 games... Made a season-high seven saves in the season finale against Princeton, a 3-1 Yale victory. 2006: Started 16 games... Finished second in the Ivy League in saves (65), fifth in save percentage (.765), seventh in goals against average (1.25) and tied for fourth in shutouts (4)... Named the Bulldogs' Defensive MVP at the Yale Classic after making a combined 17 saves against Duke and North Carolina... Posted first shutout of the season by making five saves in a 1-0 victory over Montana... Also had shutouts against Central Connecticut, Harvard and Penn... Made seven saves in season-ending victory over Brown. 2005: Appeared in 16 games, sharing the goalkeeper duties with Chloe Beizer... Third in the Ivy League in save percentage (.806), fourth in goals against average (0.84) and seventh in saves (29)... Against Duke in the season opener, made a season-high five saves and did not allow a goal in 45 minutes... In Yale's 2-1 win over Princeton, earned the victory, making four saves... Also was the winning keeper in a key Ivy win over Dartmouth. 2004: Appeared in two games... Played the final 30 minutes against Quinnipiac and made one save... Played 30 minutes against Cornell and made one save. Before Yale: Two-time All-America goalkeeper at Fairfield High School... Four-time all-league and three-time all-state selection... A state finalist for the Wendy's High School Heisman Award as a senior... Following her junior season, named the Connecticut Post Athlete of the Year... Played for a Premier team that was the Connecticut Open Cup champion and the Region I runner-up.