Written by Georgio Chinaglia   
Thursday, 27 December 2007

Photo courtesy of Hartford Sports Information

ESPN projects U of Hartford keeper Matt Glaeser as a high pick in the upcoming MLS SuperDraft.
WEST HARTFORD - ESPN soccer analyst Buzz Carrick announced the first of his lists of players to watch for in the upcoming MLS SuperDraft, and senior keeper Matt Glaeser of the University of Hartford was among the top-20 keepers on the list. The report, listed on, is in preparation for the upcoming Major League Soccer SuperDraft on Jan. 18 in Baltimore.

Glaeser led the Hawks to their first appearance in the America East Championship since 2003. He helped lead the Hawks to an overall record of 7-4-7, while recording six shutouts. He played every minute in goal for Hartford this season, allowing 18 goals, less than one per-game.

Glaeser recorded 81 saves in his senior season, ranking first in the America East in total saves. He ends his two-year collegiate career with 122 total saves and eight shutouts.

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