1 Andi Tostanoski
1 Andi Tostanoski
Height: 5-9
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Colorado Springs, Colo.
High School: Palmer HS
Position: Goalkeeper

WCC All-Freshman Team selection … started all 20 games she appeared in … had a 1.10 GAA … collected 73 saves and had a .768 save percentage … picked up seven shutouts … made nine saves at Cal … collected nine saves vs. Connecticut … had a season-high 11 saves at BYU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Made state playoffs in 2010 and '11 with Palmer HS ... First-Team All-Metro in 2011 ... MVP in 2010 and '11.

CLUB: Invited to Jan. 2012 National Team training camp but did not attend due to injury ... club team was a State Cup Semi-Finalist in 2011 ... State Cup MVP in 2011 ... 2010 and '11 Region IV team ... Colorado Youth Soccer Hall of Fame Inductee in Jan. 2011 ... U18 National Team training camp in Jan. and Oct. 2011 ... Colorado State Team '93 ODP National Champions Mar. 2010 ... Colorado State Team '93 ODP Regional Champions Jan. 2010 ... 2010 ODP National Championship Golden Glove winner ... Colorado State team 2009 and '10 ... team captain 2005 to present.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Michael and Vicki Tostanoski…father is an electrical engineer…mother is a web presents manager…has a sister, Teddi…plans on researching and perfecting prosthetic hips, knees and ankles so that the recipient can still maintain an active lifestyle...this goal was inspired by her sister who has club foot and hip dysplasia…born in Colorado Springs, CO…hobbies and interests include volunteering, math tutoring, school clubs and coaching…BioMechanical Engineering major.

Why Andi chose Santa Clara: “First and foremost, I chose Santa Clara for the academic merit of the school. Santa Clara boasts high achievement and graduation rates, which is very important to me. Secondly, I chose SCU for the soccer experience. The soccer program at Santa Clara has undoubtedly been one of the best in the country and I would like to continue the tradition and add to the success of the program. Lastly, the atmosphere at Santa Clara is perfect for me. The moment I walked onto the campus and had a glimpse of the dream, I knew this is exactly where I wanted to be.”

Head coach Jerry Smith on Andi: "One of only a handful of keepers in the country to be considered the best in the class in her position.  In addition to her shot-stopping ability, Andi is very good on crossing balls, has excellent distribution with both her hands and feet, and is a very mature and focused individual.  These characteristics will allow her to be fast-tracked in terms of her development."