Andrew Putna
Andrew  Putna


Lemont, Ill.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180


Club Team:
Chicago Magic PSG


Men's Soccer Edged by Wright State, 2-1, in HL Semifinals

Flames conclude season with 9-6-3 record following program's sixth regular season conference title


No. 1 UIC Begins Tournament Play with No. 6 Wright State

Flames enter postseason with No. 1 seed for second time in past three seasons


Men's Soccer Comes up Short against Cleveland State, 1-0

Flames await Horizon League Tournament semifinal on Thursday at Flames Field


Flames Host Cleveland State in Regular-Season Finale

UIC heads into Friday night with 3-0-0 conference record at home


Flames Clinch Regular Season Crown with 4-1 Win at Belmont

Chavez, J. Alvarez and M. Alvarez score as UIC captures second League title in three seasons


Andre Putna

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AS A JUNIOR (2015): Game-by-Game Statistics Get Acrobat Reader
Captain ... started all 18 games and played all but 45 minutes in goal ... tallied a 9-6-3 record ... recorded seven shutouts, including three consecutive against Georgia State (09/13), DePaul (09/17) and Green Bay (09/20), to rank third in the Horizon League ... garnered a 0.92 goals-against-average off 17 goals allowed for the fourth-best average in the conference ... ranked second with a 0.66 GAA against League foes ... collected 47 saves and matched his career high with seven saves at Milwaukee (09/27) ... did not need to make a single save against Oakland (10/24) and Cleveland State (11/06) ... added four assists to lead all goalkeepers in the nation and rank third on the team and seventh in the conference ... two of his helpers came on the game-winners against DePaul and Belmont (10/31)

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Played and started all 17 matches in goal for the Flames ... combined for a 7-8-2 record ... produced six shutouts, including three consecutive against San Francisco (Aug. 31), Michigan State (Sept. 6) and Drake (Sept. 8) and three against conference opponents ... set a career high with seven saves on four occasions ... allowed 21 goals for a 1.18 goals-against average ... made a career-high 66 saves for a .759 save percentage ... collected his first-career point after assisting on Jorge Alvarez's game-winning goal against DePaul (Sept. 20)

AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Game-by-Game StatisticsGet Acrobat Reader
Named Horizon League Freshman and Goalkeeper of the Year and earned a spot on the All-League First Team and All-Freshman Team ... played in and started all 20 matches and registered every minute in net ... went 16-4-0, marking the most wins since 1999 when Chris Jamal collected 16 ... recorded 10 shutouts, including five consecutive, for the most in a season since 2008 ... allowed just 16 goals for a 0.79 goals against average ... made 52 saves for a .765 save percentage ... named to the Belmont Invitational and UIC Soccer Classic All-Tournament teams ... received the Horizon League Defensive Player of the Week accolade on Sept. 16

PREP/PERSONAL: During two years as starting net minder, earned 27 shutouts in 40 matches with a 0.41 goals against average at Lemont ... joined Chicago Magic PSG of the US Soccer Development Academy in 2011, securing five clean sheets in 10 matches with a 0.67 goals against average at the 2012-13 season's midpoint ... team captain ... listed him as one of the top defensive standouts from the first half of the USSDA season, the only goalkeeper to be honored on the list ... before joining the US Development Academy, played with Raiders FC until 2011, helping the club reach the 2010 USYS National Championships while winning the 2010 IYSA State Cup ... currently enrolled as a Criminology, Law and Justice major

- Freshman of the Year (2013)
- Goalkeeper of the Year (2013)
- All-League First Team (2013)
- All-Freshman Team (2013)
- Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 16, 2013)

SAVES: 7, five times, last at Milwaukee (09/27/15)
POINTS: 1, five times, last vs. Wright State (11/12/15)
ASSISTS: 1, five times, last vs. Wright State (11/12/15)