|Previous School:||Planview JFK HS|
AS A SENIOR IN 2017: Finished career with program-record 645 saves. Record-setter came in 13-11 win against 12th-ranked Tampa on April 8. His 11th of 15 saves gave him 573 for his career and passed Matt Hunter, who had established the record during the Bears' 2003 championship season. ... Finished with career 7.86 GAA, second in program history, trailing only Kevin Fleming (4.67 in 1970s). ... Third-team All-ECC. ... Had career-high 8.58 GAA as senior, which nonetheless ranked 16th in Division II. ... Made nine saves in an OT win at LIU Post on April 1, moving within 18 saves of matching the program record of 572, established by Matt Hunter from 2000 through '03. ... Named to ECC honor roll on April 3. ... Named ECC Defensive Player of the Week on April 10.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2016: Named ECC Goalkeeper of the Year for the second time in three seasons...Tabbed as USILA All-America Second Team and ECAC Division II Second Team All-Star... Started in all 18 games for the Bears, totaling 1057 minutes... Went 13-5 in net with 196 saves and a 58.7 save percentage which ranked fourth across NCAA Division II ... Also was in the top ten (6th) for goals against average at 7.83... Posted 12 games where opponents were held to single digits.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2015: Started in 15 games for the Bears ... 2015 ECC All-Conference Second Team ... Went 11-4 in net with 120 saves and a 53.3 save percentage ... Made 12 saves in an 8-7 loss to vs. Limestone (Mar. 7) ... Also made 12 saves in a 17-5 win at Roberts Wesleyan.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2014: Named USILA Second Team All-American ... earned ECC Goalkeeper and Rookie of the Year honors ... named All-ECC first team ... went 12-4 in the cage with 169 saves and a 61.2 saves percentage ... made a season-high 18 saves vs. LIU Post (Apr. 19).
AT PLAINVIEW HS: Two-sport athlete, in football and lacrosse … 2013 lacrosse All-County honoree.
PERSONAL: Intends to enter U.S. Marine Corps as infantryman. ... Son of Steven and Cheryl Seltzer … enjoys archery, fencing and books.
|Apr 15||Seton Hill||L, 9-8|
|Apr 22||Chestnut Hill||W, 13-9|
|Apr 26||at Adelphi||L, 9-7|
|Apr 29||at Mercy||W, 16-11|
|May 3||LIU Post||W, 9-7|
|May 6||vs. Mercy||W, 9-8|
|Feb 25||Bentley||W, 13-9||1||30:00||9||11||55.0|
|Mar 3||at Fla. Southern||W, 10-7||1||60:00||7||17||70.8|
|Mar 5||at Rollins||W, 8-7||1||60:00||7||9||56.3|
|Mar 8||at Pace||L, 13-7||1||60:00||13||7||35.0|
|Mar 11||Dist. Columbia||W, 25-4||1||45:00||2||5||71.4|
|Mar 18||at Roberts Wesleyan||W, 15-11||1||30:09||6||2||25.0|
|Mar 25||at Molloy||W, 9-6||1||60:00||6||9||60.0|
|Apr 1||at LIU Post||W, 9-8||1||61:05||8||9||52.9|
|Apr 5||St. Thomas Aquinas||W, 17-7||1||35:34||2||8||80.0|
|Apr 8||Tampa||W, 13-11||1||60:00||11||15||57.7|
|Apr 12||Dominican (N.Y.)||W, 21-7||1||30:00||5||1||16.7|
|Apr 15||Seton Hill||L, 9-8||1||60:00||9||13||59.1|
|Apr 22||Chestnut Hill||W, 13-9||1||59:39||8||7||46.7|
|Apr 26||at Adelphi||L, 9-7||1||60:00||9||13||59.1|
|Apr 29||at Mercy||W, 16-11||1||60:00||11||6||35.3|
|May 3||LIU Post||W, 9-7||1||60:00||7||17||70.8|
|May 6||vs. Mercy||W, 9-8||1||63:40||8||11||57.9|