24 Trevor Whiddon
24 Trevor Whiddon
Birth Date: 07/09/1990
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Carlsbad, CA
High School: Rancho Buena Vista HS
Position: GK
Experience: 3V

CSF: Trevor Whiddon was in the net more than 93 percent of the time for the Titans in 2009 and 2010... Started and played 20 of 21 matches in 2010, missing only the Nov. 10 game vs. UC Irvine due to an injury... Earned honorable mention All-Big West Conference honors... Had 4 shutouts in 6-12-2 record... Made 119 saves and his 5.95 saves-per-match record was fifth highest in the nation... In 2009, he started and played in all but one match (Oct. 3 at Cal State Bakersfield), compiling an 8-8-2 record and allowing 23 goals with a 1.26 goals against average... Had one shutout (vs. UC Davis on Oct. 17)... In 2008 he split time with Kevin Puder... Posted a 2-6-1 record in 9 appearances, all starts... Allowed 18 goals for a GAA of 1.89... Wins came at Air Force on Sept. 12 (2-0 for his only shutout) and vs. UC Riverside on Oct. 22 (3-1)... Had 36 saves... Very talented and heavily recruited youngster with excellent pedigree... His father was his high school coach.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Rancho Buena Vista High School in Vista, California... Also was kicker on the football team for three years... Twice first-team All-CIF and first-team all-league three times in soccer... First-team all-league as a senior and second-team all-league as a junior in football... Played in the San Diego County All-Star Soccer Match... In his career posted 38 shutouts and a 0.90 goals against average... Region IV ODP and made the 2006 national pool.

CLUB: San Diego Surf, La Jolla Nomads... Three-time Cal-South State Cup champions... Also won regional and national titles.

PERSONAL: Born on July 9, 1990, in Carlsbad, California... Parents are David and Janet Whiddon... Has a younger brother (William), who also is a goalkeeper for San Diego Surf... Undeclared major whose goal is to play professional soccer... Most memorable sports thrill was playing in the CIF football finals at Qualcomm Stadium and playing in the national championship series in Orlando, Florida, in 2005... Credits his father, Paul Taylor and Joe Panian for most influence on his soccer career... Enjoys playing golf and PlayStation 2 FIFA Championships.


2008: 9 matches, 9 starts, 856 minutes, 18 goals, 1.89 GAA, 36 saves, 1 shutout, 2-6-1 record

2009: 18 matches, 18 starts, 1648 minutes, 23 goals, 1.26 GAA, 71 saves, 1 shutout, 8-8-2 record

2010: 20 matches, 20 starts, 1848 minutes, 40 goals, 1.95 GAA, 119 saves, 4 shutouts, 6-12-2 record

TOTALS: 47 matches, 47 starts, 4352 minutes, 81 goals, 1.68 GAA, 226 saves, 6 shutouts, 16-26-5 record


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