2003: Started 11 games in net for the Seawolves . . . posted a 1.82 goals against average, .773 save percentage and turned away 68 shots . . . suffered a season and career-ending broken arm in the closing minutes of win over Hartford (10/18) . . . made seven saves in the contest . . . turned away eight shots vs. Albany (10/8) . . . made eight saves in a 1-1 tie with Sacred Heart (9/24) . . . posted eight saves at Adelphi (9/17) . . . turned away eight shots in season-opener vs. James Madison (8.29) . . . tallied eight saves in season opener vs. James Madison (8/31) . . . named to America East Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2002: Played 1381:44 minutes on the season, allowing only 28 goals for a GAA of 1.82 . . . made 105 saves, eighth all-time in Stony Brook history . . . finished with three shutouts . . . tegistered a career-high 12 saves in the season opener against San Diego (8/31) . . . recorded 11 saves in a 2-1 overtime loss to Holy Cross in the home opener (9/7) . . . collected 11 saves against South Florida (9/15) . . . named to the USF Classic All-Tournament Team . . . recorded seven saves in his first shutout of the season against Marist (10/2) . . . had 10 saves in a 2-1 loss at Hartford (10/5) . . . ranked third in the nation in saves with 7.55 per game (10/6) . . . recorded five saves to earn his second shutout of the season against Maine (10/19) . . . stopped six shots in the Seawolves' 1-0 victory over New Hampshire (11/3).
2001: Recorded his first shutout of the year with a 1-0 win over Binghamton (9/12) . . . equaled his career high with 10 saves against Hartwick (9/28) . . . had six saves and registered his second shutout with a 1-0 win over Maine (10/7), SBU's first in the America East . . . had seven saves against Towson (10/12) . . . also had seven stops in a 2-2 tie with Delaware (10/14) . . . missed two games due to injury . . . returned to post his third shutout and make five saves in a 1-0 upset of Hofstra (10/26) . . . followed that performance with six saves in a 2-1 overtime win against Drexel (10/28) . . . stopped 10 shots again in a 1-0 loss to Vermont (11/2), including saving a penalty kick in the first half . . . started all 13 games in which he played . . . finished with a GAA of 1.70 in 1216:45 minutes of action . . . made 74 saves with a percentage of .763 . . . overall record of 6-5-2 with three shutouts . . . served as one of three team captains . . . named preseason honorable mention All-American by Collegesoccer.com.
2000: Started all 18 games . . . in 1663:09 minutes, he registered a goals-against average of 0.81, 13th-best in the nation and first all-time in a season at Stony Brook . . . gave up just 15 goals while making 71 saves . . . set a new school record for shutouts in a season with 10 . . . received All-Freshman Team honors from SoccerAmerica . . . named to the All-Atlantic Soccer Conference First Team . . . also named ASC Player of the Week four times . . . made six saves in his first collegiate game, a 1-0 shutout over BC (9/1) . . . made eight saves in a 2-0 shutout at Northeastern (10/4) . . . posted a season-high 10 saves in 2-2 tie with Albany (10/10) . . . credited with 2-0 shutout of Florida International, FIU's only defeat in conference play.
High School: Holds the state record for shutouts with 50 . . . led the Knights to two state titles . . . recorded 14 shutouts as a senior . . . named All-State three times and received 1999 Dream Team honors . . . also led the Vardar club team to six consecutive state championships and the national finals.
Personal: Daniel James Ferrin . . . born June 16, 1981, in Detroit, Mich. . . son of Christine and Lawrence Ferrin . . . brother of Julie.