2011: Moved to second place all-time in goalkeeper wins with the victory against Slovenia on Nov. 15 in Ljubljana … Earned Man of the Match honors three times for his performance against Argentina, Honduras and France … The win against Honduras gave him his 37th career win and 25th clean sheet, putting him in third place all-time for shutouts … Played the full 90 minutes in 15 of the U.S.’s 17 matches, including every match in the CONCACAF Gold Cup … Led the team in minutes played (1350) … Finished the year tied with Carlos Bocanegra for most appearances, which were also a personal best … 2010: Started all four matches at the 2010 FIFA World Cup … Posted six saves to earn Man of the Match honors in the 1-1 draw against England on June 12 in Rustenburg … Picked up his 20th career shutout in the 1-0 victory against Algeria on June 23 in Pretoria that put the U.S. through to the knockout phase … Making nine appearances on the year, he started eight consecutive matches beginning against Turkey on May 29 through the friendly on Oct. 9 against Poland … 2009: Thirteen appearances marked a career high … Earned FIFA’s Golden Glove award given to the best goalkeeper at the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, making four appearances ... His eight-save effort against Spain in the semifinals earned him a second-straight Best of U.S. Soccer Award for Best Performance: Player … Started nine games in the final round of qualifying, keeping three clean sheets as the USA topped the CONCACAF Final Round standings … Began the year with a clean sheet against Mexico in a 2-0 victory to open the final round of World Cup qualifying on Feb. 11 in Columbus, Ohio … 2008: Earned U.S. Soccer Male Athlete of the Year honors for the first time … Made nine appearances, all starts, keeping a career best five clean sheets … Featured against England, Spain and Argentina, turning in a Man of the Match effort at Giants Stadium against Argentina that also earned him the Best of U.S. Soccer Award for Best Performance: Player … Appeared in four qualifying games and earned three clean sheets, one of which came during a memorable Man of the Match performance in the 1-0 win against Guatemala on Aug. 20 in Guatemala City … 2007: Laid claim to the No. 1 goalkeeper spot by minding the nets for the majority of the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup … In that tournament, he made four appearances, including a start in the final where his spectacular save from Adolfo Bautista’s shot in the 89th minute helped preserve a U.S. victory against Mexico … Made six saves and earned Man of the Match honors in the 1-0 loss to Switzerland on Aug. 22 in Göteborg … Finished the year with 10 appearances and three shutouts … 2006: A member the 2006 FIFA World Cup squad, he served as the backup to Kasey Keller … Made two total appearances on the year, including one shutout against Venezuela on May 26 in Cleveland … 2005: Wore the captain’s armband and earned a shutout in the USA’s final match in 2006 World Cup qualifying, a 2-0 win against Panama on Oct. 12 in Foxborough … 2004: Club concerns and the stellar play of Kasey Keller limited his playing time for the U.S., as he only made three appearances … Earned a shutout in his World Cup qualifying debut, a 2-0 victory against El Salvador on Sept. 4 in Foxborough … Got his fourth career shutout against Honduras on June 2 in Foxborough … 2003: Made seven appearances … Posted two shutouts, including 0-0 draws against Mexico on May 8 in Houston and against Cameroon in the final match of the Confederations Cup … Despite the score lines, he was named Man of the Match for his stellar performances against both Turkey and Brazil in France … 2002: Earned a shutout in his first start for the U.S., a 1-0 victory against Ecuador on March 10, 2002, in Birmingham, Ala. … Followed with a second clean sheet in the USA’s final match of the year, a 2-0 win against El Salvador in Washington, D.C. … Under-23s: Was a member of the U.S. Olympic Team that placed fourth at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia … Under-20s: Started three games for the U.S. at the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship in Nigeria, helping the team into the second round … Collected a bronze medal at the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg … Under-17s: Member of the U.S. team that competed at the 1995 FIFA Under-17 World Championship in Ecuador … First Appearance: March 10, 2002, vs. Ecuador … First Shutout: March 10, 2002, vs. Ecuador.
2011: Played every minute of every Premier League match for Everton in the first half of the 2011-12 season … Posted a shutout in the 1-0 win against Blackburn Rovers on Aug. 27 … 2010-11: The perennial starter in league matches, at the end of 2010 he had started 126 consecutive games … Posted five shutouts in the first half of the 2010-11 season, including a 2-0 win on Oct. 17 against Liverpool … Added three more shutouts in wins against Wolverhampton Wanderers, Blackburn Rovers and Chelsea in the second half … 2009-10: Finished the 2009-10 campaign with 15 clean sheets in all competitions and 11 in EPL … Collected back-to-back shutouts on three occasions, including a stretch of three in March against Bolton, Manchester City and Wolverhampton … Started in both of Everton’s matches against Sporting Lisbon in the Round of 32 of the Europa League on Feb. 18 and 25, respectively … 2008-09: In his third season he posted a club record 17 clean sheets, helping Everton to a fifth-place finish in the EPL and an automatic berth in the Europa League … Featured in all 38 Premier League games for Everton and made an incredible 48 appearances in all competitions … Saved two penalties against former club Manchester United to send Everton into the 2009 FA Cup Final, where they would eventually come up short against Chelsea … Kept six clean sheets in a row during an unbeaten streak … Set a unique record by becoming the first Everton goalkeeper in history to have a goals against average less than 1.00 during his first 100 appearances … Memorably took on Standard Liege and fellow MNT defender Oguchi Onyewu in a UEFA Cup first round game … 2007-08: Started 36 out of Everton’s 38 league games and made 43 appearances in all competitions … Everton finished in fifth place in the league, qualifying for the UEFA Cup … Broke his finger while on international duty during a game against Brazil but missed just two games for the club … Made 151 saves during the season … 2006-07: Was loaned to Everton from Manchester United, where he quickly established himself as the starter … Made 38 appearances in all competitions for the Toffees and guided his club to a spot in the UEFA Cup for 2007-08 … Anchored a backline that gave up only 36 goals in the Premier League, good for fifth best … Signed a four-year deal for Everton in February of 2007 … 2005-06: Deputized for Dutch international Edwin van der Sar for much of the 2005-06 season at Manchester United … Presided over United’s run to the semifinal round of the 2005-06 Carling Cup, only to be forced to watch as his team was eliminated by Blackburn … Posted a pair of shutouts in FA Cup third round advancement past Burton Albion, getting a 0-0 result on Jan. 7, before smashing them 5-0 on Jan. 18 in the replay … Signed a contract extension in April 2005 … 2004-05: Started the campaign as the No. 1 goalkeeper, minding the nets for the first nine matches … Backstopped United to the 2004-05 Carling Cup semifinal, where they lost out to Chelsea by a 2-1 aggregate score … In net for Man U’s 4-1 victory against Newcastle in the FA Cup semifinal … Finished the season with 12 shutouts in all competitions … 2003-04: Capped off a dream debut campaign with Manchester United when he was voted the EPL Goalkeeper of the Year, becoming the second straight American to earn the honor after Brad Friedel … Inked a transfer deal from the MetroStars to Manchester United on July 14 … Made his MUFC debut against Juventus in his hometown Giants Stadium on the team’s much-hyped tour of the U.S. … Earned his first silverware with United quickly thereafter, making two saves in a penalty shootout to lift the Red Devils past Arsenal after a 1-1 draw in regulation in the Community Shield … Recorded four shutouts in five matches in the first phase of the UEFA Champions League, including a victory against Rangers at famed Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow … 2003: Before leaving the MetroStars he appeared in 13 games and had three shutouts as the MetroStars challenged for first place during the season’s first half … 2002: Played in 27 of 28 regular season games, recording four shutouts … 2001: Became the youngest player to win the MLS Goalkeeper of the Year award, recording four shutouts and a league-leading 146 saves … Named to the MLS All-Star Team … Played every minute of every MetroStars game … Finished the year with a 1.33 GAA, four shutouts and a 13-10-3 record … Received the MLS Humanitarian of the Year Award … 2000: Posted a 5-2-2 record with a 1.59 GAA, splitting time between the MetroStars and the U.S. Olympic Team … Started and won all three of his U.S. Open Cup starts … 1999: With the MetroStars, he made eight starts in nine contests … Had a 1.58 GAA and won just one match in a season in which the Metros won just seven games … Spent most of the season with the U.S. Under-20 MNT … He left the club to compete in the 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship in Nigeria in April and the Pan Am Games in Winnipeg in July … 1998: Victorious in his MLS debut on Aug. 18 making five saves in a 4-1 win against Colorado at Giants Stadium (his only appearance of the year) … Played in one game with the Nike Project-40 Team, a 3-1 win against the Staten Island Vipers at Giants Stadium on May 6.
Suffers from Tourette Syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by rapid and involuntary tics and vocalizations … Named to the Board of Directors of the Tourette Syndrome Association of New Jersey (TSANJ) in November 2001 … Appeared on the cover of ESPN the Magazine prior to the 2010 World Cup … Trained with Italian power AC Milan in November 1998 … Was considered one of the best basketball players in Major League Soccer and can easily dunk a basketball … Drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters in 2009 … Starred on the North Brunswick H.S. basketball team, where he beat former Duke All-American Jason Williams (then of St. Joseph’s of Metuchen) in the Middlesex County Championship game in 1997 … Has two children, Jacob and Alivia.