|Hometown:||Los Angeles, Calif.|
Led Santa Clara to a pair of WCC Championships (2007 & 2010)
5th all-time at Santa Clara in career shutouts (17)
5th all-time in career saves (194)
His 66 saves in 2010 ranks 8th all-time in SCU history
Two-Time All-WCC Honorable Mention (2007 & 2010)
2007 WCC All-Freshman Team
0.49 goals against average in 2007 ranks 2nd all-time in SCU history and top 5 in WCC history
RS SENIOR (2011): Fifth-year senior who started in each of the first 14 games, helping helping Santa Clara post the league's best overall record (11-5-4) and earn a national ranking of No. 18 ... was named the WCC 'Player of the Week' on Aug. 29 after he shutout Stanford in the season-opener ... had six shutouts on the year and goes down in the record books as one of the most accomplished goalkeepers in Santa Clara history … his 17 career shutouts rank fifth all-time at Santa Clara… he had 145 career saves, which is seventh-best all-time at SCU … posted three shutouts though the first five games, helping SCU begin the season 6-1-3 and earn a national ranking of No. 18 ... faced a season-high 12 shots in Santa Clara's 4-2 win over No. 14 Cal (Sept. 16) ... posted a 110-minute, double-overtime shutout against Harvard (Sept. 25) ... matched a season-high with six saves at San Jose State (Sept. 22)
RS JUNIOR (2010): Was named an All-WCC Honorable Mention for the second time in his college career after helping Santa Clara win the 2010 WCC Championship ... played and started in all 21 games for the Broncos in goal ... played in all but three-plus minutes, totaling 66 saves and going 10-6-5 with a pair of shutouts ... 66 saves ranks 8th all-time in SCU single-season history ... had a season-high nine saves in a crucial 2-1 victory at LMU (Oct. 31), which vaulted Santa Clara into first place in the league standings late in the year ... his two shutouts came in victories over Loyola Chicago (Sept. 6) and Marquette (Sept. 12) ... had six saves three different times, at Marquette (Sept. 12), at St. Mary's (Oct. 10) and vs. San Diego (Oct. 29) ... helped SCU reel off a 12-game unbeaten streak from Sept. 19 through Nov. 5 ... made two saves in the NCAA tournament first round match with Sacaramento State (Nov. 18).
(2009): Utilized a redshirt season in 2009.
SOPHOMORE (2008): Saw action in 13 games, starting in 12 ... finished the season with a 2-6-4 record, with two shutouts and 36 saves ... ranks No. 8 on SCU's Career Goals Against Average list (0.84) ... started against Loyola Chicago but left after 19 minutes in goal ... earned his first win of the season against UW-Milwaukee (Sept. 7) ... made two saves against then-No. 4 Cal (Sept. 12) ... made four saves against Saint Mary's (Oct. 12) ... earned win No. 2 against San Diego (Oct. 19) ... played all 110 minutes in goal in the 0-0 stalemate against USF (Oct. 24) ... saw action in all 110 minutes and made two saves in the Broncos 1-1 tie at San Diego (Nov. 16).
FRESHMAN (2007): Traveled with U.S. U-18 team to Japan just prior to season ... also part of Team USA at Pan Am Games in Brazil in July ... made first appearance on Sept. 9 vs. BU ... started first game and earned first shutout on Sept. 16 at Cal ... stretched shutout streak to two games with 2-0 win over San Jose State on Sept. 22 ... posted back-to-back shutouts at LMU on Oct. 5 and at San Diego on Oct. 7 ... notched fifth shutout at Saint Mary's on Oct. 14 ... registered sixth shutout against Portland on Oct. 19 ... notched seventh shutout on Nov. 16 at Gonzaga ... All-WCC Honorable Mention and All-WCC Freshman Team ... won first postseason game on Nov. 28 vs. UCLA in NCAA second round ... left game vs. Notre Dame on Dec. 1 in NCAA third round with an ankle injury ... did not lose a game in his first season, posting a 12-0-3 mark in 17 appearances (16 starts) ... posted second lowest GAA in program history (0.49) and second lowest GAA in the nation during the regular season (.047).
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2007 graduate of Loyola High School in Los Angeles, Calif ... named Scholar-Athlete of Loyola's 2007 class ... participated in soccer, football and volleyball ... started all 35 games in 2006 and 2007 for Loyola ... posted 16 shutouts as a junior and topped that with 19 shutouts as a senior in 2007 ... allowed only two goals in Mission League in 2007, setting a school record ... named team MVP in 2007 ... Mission League Goalkeeper of the Year in 2006 and 2007 ... 2007 CIF Defensive Player of the Year ... team won the 2007 Mission League title and the CIF Div. 1 Championship ... led Loyola to CIF Southern Section Div. 2 Finals in 2006 as well as a runner-up finish in Mission League in 2006 ... named to second-team at the West Coast Classic ... was team captain as a senior ... played club soccer for the Samba/Real SoCal .... led team to a second place finish in the CSL Premier in 2005 ... team finished second in Southern California in 2006 ... named Top Drawer Soccer National Goalkeeper of the Month for October and November in 2005 ... attended training camp with United States U18 team in March, 2007.
PERSONAL: Born in Santa Monica, Calif. ... parents are Matthew and Olivia Klasila ... father played college soccer for Cal State Fullerton ... mother played volleyball at Loyola Marymount ... has a younger sister named Amanda and an older brother, Ryan ... Ryan plays soccer at Saint Mary's College ... enjoys beach volleyball, tennis, paddle tennis, playing piano, singing and skiing ... member of Monogram Club and Club Unity in high school ... also served as a tutor for elementary school students ... major is marketing.