2006: Started all 15 games in the cage for the Seawolves . . . finished the season with a 10.22 GAA and .530 save percentage . . . registered 160 saves . . . made 16 saves and picked up nine ground balls in season-opener at Virginia (2/25) . . . stopped 14 shots in home-opener against Harvard (3/4) . . . led the Seawolves to victory with 19 saves and 10 ground balls at Penn State (3/18) . . . allowed just four goals and made 13 saves in a win against Vermont (4/1) . . . stopped 12 shots and picked up seven ground balls in win over Denver (4/3) . . . made 10 saves in the Seawolves victory at rival Albany (4/8) . . . finished with 10 stops versus Hofstra (4/25) . . . recorded 11 saves in America East semifinals against Albany (5/5).
2005:Appeared in 11 games, starting eight . . . compiled a 5-3 record with a 9.05 GAA and .559 save percentage . . . made 100 saves . . . missed five games due to knee injury . . . had eleven saves in the win over Delaware (2/26)... recorded four saves in victory over Wagner (3/5) . . . recorded seventeen saves vs. UMass (3/12). . . had eleven saves in the win over Penn State (3/19) . . . recorded eight saves in the win over Rutgers (3/22) . . . had fifteen saves in the win over Qunnipiac (3/26) . . . saved nine shots vs Hofstra (4/26) . . . made seven saves vs Army (4/5) . . . recorded twelve stops vs Albany (4/2).
2004: Earned USILA/STX honorable mention All-America honors . . . America East All-Rookie pick . . . became the first goalie in school history to win both the Division I individual save percentage (.687) and the goals against average (.5.97) crown in the same season . . . started 12 of 14 games and posted a 9-3 record . . . made nine saves versus UMass (3/6) . . . recorded 13 stops in loss to Cornell (3/13) . . . earned first collegiate victory making eight saves vs. Lafayette (3/17) . . . turned aside 10 shots in Lehigh win (3/20) . . . made 18 saves and scooped up six ground balls in the win over Air Force (3/24) . . . recorded seven saves to earn his fourth straight win in 6-5 triumph over Vermont (3/27) named America East Rookie of the Week (3/29) . . . stopped 10 shots in loss to Binghamton (4/3) . . . made 14 saves against Siena . . . made eight saves against Hartford (4/17) . . . recorded eighteen saves against Hofstra (4/27) . . . named America East Player of the Week (4/26) . . . made 10 saves to earn his ninth win of the season against Quinnipiac (5/1) . . . stopped seven shots in AE semifinal loss to Binghamton (5/5). TMTM
Noteworthy: Named America East Rookie of the Week (3/29)
High School: Earned three letters at Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C. . . . named High School All-American as a senior . . .compiled 788 career saves with a .644 career save percentage . . . earned All WCAC honors all three years. . . also lettered in Football
Personal: Brendan Patrick Callahan . . . born November 16, 1984 . . . son of Deborah and Patrick Callahan . . . brother of Bridgid, Colin, Madison and Garret . . . favorite sports team: Washington Redskins . . . favorite music group: G-unit . . . biggest inspiration in sports: father . . . favorite book: The Outsiders