23 David Flynn
23 David Flynn
Height: 6-3
Weight: 165
Year: Junior
Hometown: Lancaster, Pa.
High School: Manheim Township
Position: Goalkeeper
Experience: 2L

At A Glance
Possesses the skills to be a premier collegiate goalkeeper … is quick and agile, while his presence in the box makes things look easier than they are ... size and athleticism enhances the ability of the defense to defuse various serves into the box … his shot stopping skills allows the defenders to be more aggressive and less tentative in regards to individual challenges around the box

As A Sophomore (2008)
Had a superb second season in, once again showing he is one of the elite net minders in the Atlantic 10 … was the heart and soul of the defensive unit that allowed only 24 goals, the seventh fewest in the A-10 … started all 16 games in net, logging 1503:52 minutes out of possible 1520:00 minutes for the season … finished with a 1.32 goals against average, which is the second best single season goals against average mark in program history … ranked among the top goalkeepers in the conference in multiple statistical categories including save percentage (.807/3rd), saves (92/1st), saves per game (5.8/2nd) and shutouts (5/T-6th) … made seven saves in a 1-1 double overtime tie against Quinnipiac (Sept. 7) … made two saves and posted his first shutout of the season against Cleveland State (Sept. 19) … turned away six shots in a 1-0 loss to A-10 foe Temple (Oct. 12) … recorded a career-high 10 saves against UMass (Oct. 17) … recorded back-to-back shutouts against A-10 foes Rhode Island (Oct. 18) and Duquesne (Oct. 25) … made three saves and posted his fifth and final shutout of the season against Richmond (Nov. 6) … made nine saves, while allowing only one goal, in a 2-1 season-finale victory over George Washington (Nov. 9).

As A Freshman (2007)
Developed into one of the premier keepers in the Atlantic 10 Conference throughout his initial season on the collegiate pitch ... capped the 2007 campaign with a selection to the A-10 All-Rookie team ... served as the final anchor on a defense that allowed the second fewest (15) goals in the league ... shattered the single-season goals against average mark with a 0.88 clip ... one of five Bonnies to be included in the starting lineup in all 16 matches ... logged every minute between the posts as a rookie ... ranked among the A-10's elite in every goalkeeping category, including goals against average (0.88/3rd), save percentage (.833/3rd), saves (75/6th), saves per game (4.69/5th) and shutouts (3/9th) ... posted all three shutouts in A-10 action during the final seven contests ... helped double the win total of a season ago to six victories, the club's most since 2004 ... allowed more than one goal on just two occasions ... registered six or more stops in six different contests ... turned away seven shots in a narrow 1-0 loss at Army (Sept. 3) ... stopped seven strikes in a game two more times during the season against Buffalo (Sept. 14) and Charlotte (Oct. 14) ... posted a career-high nine saves in the season-finale at Xavier (Nov. 11).

High School
Recorded a 47-4-2 record as the starting keeper for Manheim Township High School as a junior and senior ... guided his team to the PIAA AAA State finals in his final prep campaign ... holds the PIAA state record for shutouts in a season with 24 in 2006 ... posted 36 shutouts in his final two seasons in goal ... guided his team to back-to-back district, section and league championships in 2005 and 2006.

Son of Linda and Tim Flynn ... has two sisters (Erin and Lauren) ... his uncle, Tom, played in the NFL from 1984-1989 with the Green Bay Packers and the 1986 Super Bowl Champion New York Giants ... plans to major in accounting.