2012-13 Men's Soccer
Danny George
Danny George
Danny George

HOMETOWNSafety Harbor, Fla.

Career Stats

As A Redshirt Freshman (2013) | Game-By-Game Stats
Was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman Team … started the first game of his career against FIU on Sept. 7 … finished the season with 8-5-2 record … recorded his first career victory with 3-2 win over University of Pennsylvania … posted the third-best single season in program history with a goals-against average of 1.10 … save percentage of .875 in conference games was first in A-Sun … goals against average of 0.48 in conference games led the A-Sun … his five shutouts against Atlantic Sun opponents was best in the conference … recorded a season-high eight saves against Mercer in a 0-0 draw on Oct. 17 … recorded three consecutive shutouts against Princeton, Lipscomb and Northern Kentucky … backstopped the Eagles during their dominating six-game win streak, recording four shutouts during the run … allowed only one goal over a span of six games … allowed only four goals in eight conference games  appeared in 15 games … started 12 of them.

As A Freshman (2012)
Did not see any game action and used a redshirt season.

High School
Earned All-County First Team honors in both his junior and senior seasons ... was named team MVP as a junior, and was also selected as the team captain for his Clearwater Chargers USSDA team ... provided a strong performance in the Class 5A District 8 Championship, helping his team to victory with the game-winning save in penalty kicks.

Finance major ... son of Richard and Bridget George ... older brother to Jeffrey and Elizabeth ... lists his favorite sports moment as the FGCU men's basketball team's upset of No. 2 seed Georgetown in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament in 2013 ... favorite athlete is crossfit star Rich Froning ... favorite sports movie is The Sandlot ... favorite book is 33 Strategies of War ... would like to meet Jennifer Aniston ... is a successful entrepreneur ... his brother plays soccer at ETSU ... aspires to own multiple Fortune 500 companies.