Started all 21 matches in goal for the Deacs... made first collegiate start in season opener against USF, recording three saves and allowing two goals (8.27)... recorded a career high eight saves against No. 1 Louisville (9.2)... logged a career-high 110 minutes versus Oregon State and kept his first career clean sheet, making two
saves (9.4)... earned first ACC and collegiate win with a three save performance in net against Clemson (9.9)... earned his first career non-conference victory versus
Cleveland State (9.14)... recorded his second shutout and first shutout victory, making two saves against Winthrop (9.25)... had one save in a double OT shutout win over VT (10.1)... logged all 110 minutes, making five saves, in a double OT shutout against the College of Charleston (10.11)... earned fifth shutout of the season with two saves vs. William & Mary (10.25)... stopped a career-high 13 shots at No. 4 Maryland - tied for 10th most saves in a match nationally and most in the ACC (11.3)... made a splash in his NCAA Tournament debut, coming up big when it counted to block three Gamecock penalty kicks as the Deacons advanced, 4-3, on penalty kicks at South Carolina (11.17)...
Did not see playing time during the 2010 season.
Played in two games during freshman season, recording a 2.12 goals against average ... Made first appearance of collegiate career against Virginia Tech (10.2), playing the entire second half, allowing a goal and making two saves ... Started the second half against Davidson (10.27) and played 40 minutes, allowing one goal.
Earned three letters for Westlake High School soccer team ... Played for South Texas Olympic Development Program team in 2006 and 2007 ... Named 1st Team All Centex by Rise Magazine ... Earned District MVP honors in 2008 ... Named first team all-district academic team three years ... Member of Mu Alpha Theta and National Honor Society.
Born on August 30, 1990 ... Son of Randy and Stephanie Lisch ... Dad was a goalie on the hockey team at the University of Ohio.