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Corinne

Buttner

CorinneButtnerZoom

#45

Goalkeeper
Height: 5'5"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Highland Mills, N.Y.
High School: Monroe Woodbury

Bio

2018: Made eight appearances in net as SJU's top goalkeeper option off the bench... Made 16 saves vs. 18 goals allowed in 126:27 for a .471 save percentage and 8.54 goals against average in her rookie campaign... Made two saves and shut down the opposition in final 10:51 in season debut vs. Central Connecticut State... Made one save vs. zero goals allowed in final 1:38 at Temple... Made four saves in a season-high 41:44 at Villanova... Followed up with season-high five saves vs. six goals allowed against then-#14/13 Towson... Made two saves vs. two goals allowed and added first collegiate caused turnover and first collegiate ground ball in late 12:47 vs. VCU... Made one save vs. two goals allowed in late 16:31 vs. St. Bonaventure... Saw 6:02 against Duquesne... Closed season by making one save and shutting down La Salle in late 6:54.

High School/Personal: Three-time Section 9 Finalist… Two-time Varsity 845 First Team selection…2017 Varsity All-Star Team… Made 327 career saves over three years, including 144 as a junior… Named the squad’s 2017 Most Valuable Player and 2016 Most Improved Player… Three-year varsity letterwinner… Graduated with high honors… Volunteered time as a YMCA Club Kid, CYO at a local church, and CCD teacher… Majoring in secondary education with a concentration in history.       


Single-Game Career Highs:  
Saves: 5 vs. #14/13 Towson (3/14/18)
Goals Allowed (Lowest, minimum 60:00): ---
Ground Balls: 1 at VCU (3/31/18)
Caused Turnovers: 1 at VCU (3/31/18)
Minutes Played: 41:44 at Villanova (3/1/18)


Saint Joseph's Career Statistics:

YEAR GP-GS MIN GA GAA SAVES PCT. SF W-L GB CT
2018 8-0 126:27 18 8.54 16 .471 44 0-0 1 1
TOTAL 8-0 126:27 18 8.54 16 .471 44 0-0 1 1

 

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