Career Games/Starts: 22/21 Career Stats: 1,844:27 minutes, 33 goals-against, 1.61 GAA, 94 saves, .740 save percentage, 4 shutouts.
2013: Honorable mention All-Ivy ... Appeared in 14 matches, getting the starting nod in each … Posted a 4-8-1 overall record … Went 3-1-1 in Ivy League matches before suffering a season-ending injury against Princeton (11/9) … Made 67 saves, good for second among Ivy keepers … Ranked 36th in NCAA in saves-per-game with 4.79 … Had 10 matches with five or more saves … Recorded four shutouts, second among Ivy keepers … Started season with back-to-back clean sheets, blanking Stony Brook (9/6) and Sacred Heart (9/8) … Recorded six saves in back-to-back matches at Villanova (9/24) and against Florida Gulf Coast (9/27) … Stooped six shots in a match against Florida International (9/29) … Made four saves in a 0-0 draw at Columbia (10/12) in first career Ivy shutout … Stopped five shots during 3-0 win over Dartmouth (10/19) … Set career high with eight saves in 2-1 loss to No. 9 Penn State (10/29) … Made six saves in 48’ of action against Princeton (11/9) before leaving match with injury.
2012: Started four matches in goal ... Made five saves in season opener against Lafayette (8/31) ... Made three stops in an overtime loss to New Hampshire (9/2) ... Stopped five shots in loss at No. 22 Cornell (9/29) ... Made career-high six saves in a win over Harvard (11/10) ... Named Philadelphia Soccer Six Defensive Player of the Week for his work against the Crimson.
2011: Appeared in four matches, starting three in goal ... Got the start in final three matches of the season after Max Kurtzman went down with injury ... Made career debut in relief against Long Island (9/25) ... Made first career start at Brown (10/29), making four saves and allowing only goal via a penalty kick ... Recorded first career win against Princeton (11/5) with a four-save outing ... Named Philadelphia Soccer Six Co-Player of the Week for his efforts against the Tigers ... Made two saves at Harvard (11/12) in double-overtime win.
High School: Full-time US Development Academy participant for CDA ... Team advanced to Development Academy National Championships in 2010 ... Four-year letterwinner ... Served as team captain in 2008 and 2009 ... Twice claimed Capital Athletic League titles (2006, 2009) ... Advanced to two CA San Joaquin Section finals (2006, 2009) ... Two-time first-team All-CAL (2008, 2009) ... Named CAL MVP in 2009 ... Named Sacramento All-City in 2009 ... Team MVP (2009) ... Disney Soccer Showcase participant ... adidas College Showcase participant ... Also lettered in basketball, helping team to the 2008 CAL title ... Co-recipient of Rio Americano's Jack Scott Outstanding Senior Athlete award in 2010 with brother Austin, who is a teammate on the Quakers ... Class Valedictorian ... California Scholarship Federation and Presidential Education awards recipient ... Rio Americano Scholar-Athlete award recipient ... Math Achievement award recipient ... National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar ... National Honor Society member ... Honors Concert Band member, playing the trumpet ... Volunteer youth goalkeeper coach ... Volunteers with the American Society for the Blind, working with the Blind Olympics in the soccer program. Personal: Son of Astrid and John Kinn ... Born in Sacramento, Calif. ... Twin brother of Austin, who is also a member of the Quakers ... Enrolled in Wharton.
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