Greg Yahr
Greg  Yahr


Waukesha, WI

High School:
Waukesha West

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 200



2006: Started 14 of GW's 17 games, played 1300 minutes ... Ranked second in Atlantic 10 and 10th in the nation with 5.57 saves-per-game ... Third in A-10 with 78 saves to bring career total to 100 ... Recorded first career shutout with five saves against Howard in DC College Cup (8/27) ... Also posted shutouts against Delaware (9/9) and Massachusetts (9/29), making five stops in each match ... Set career-high with seven saves five times: Georgetown (8/25), Rhode Island (10/1), Charlotte (10/8), Xavier (10/22) and Richmond (10/24) ... Member of A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters.

2005: Started four of five matches played ... Closed out final 10:23 of shutout win over Howard (9/4) ... Earned first career victory with one-save effort against Saint Joseph's (10/14) ... Established new career-high with six saves versus Duquesne (10/30) ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall semester.

2004: Played in three matches with two starts ... Earned first career start at UMBC (9/22) and made two saves ... Posted a career-high four saves in start at Duquesne (10/15) ... Made two saves at Virginia Commonwealth in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (11/23) ... Member of the A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters.

High School: Two-time All-Classic 8 Conference selection ... Earned first-team all-area honors as a junior and senior ... Two-time first-team all-state selection ... NSCAA Regional All-American as a senior ... Helped lead Waukesha West to the Classic 8 Championship and the state quarterfinals in 2002 ... Also a member of the FMI Soccer Club.

Personal: Gregory Matthew Yahr ... Born August 16, 1986, in Waukesha, WI ... Son of Robert and Elizabeth Yahr ... Two brothers, Richard and Chris, one sister, Laura ... High school teammate of sophomore Thomas Stuber ... Played for GW assistant coach Bryan Davis in high school and was teammate of Thomas Stuber and Mike Briscoe ... Majoring in international affairs.

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