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Position: Goalkeeper
Age:39    2/10/1975
College Experience: Pacific University
Height:6' 0"
Hometown: Grants Pass, Ore

Nick Vorberg's Biography

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2012-13: Stats

2010-11: MISL Player of Week November 29. Goalkeeper of the Month for December.

2009-10: MISL Goalkeeper of Year. MISL First-Team All-MISL. Recorded fourth shutout in Wave history against Monterrey.

Stats 09-10 GP MIN SF SV GA GAA W L
12 721:12 229 175 54 4.5 8 4

2008-09: Calf injury sidelined him for opening part of season. Took over in ninth game and held opponents to 10 or fewer points five times next eight games. Twice allowed only one goal, in wins over Chicago (6-2, Feb. 1) and Detroit (13-2, March 15).

Professional career: 11 seasons. Second in wins (138) on the Wave's all-time list, behind legendary Victor Nogueira. Went 4-0 in 2005 MISL playoffs, leading the Wave to their fourth league championship. Led MISL in goals-against average (3.96), save percentage (.762) and wins (22) in 2004-05. MISL All-Star in 2009-2010, 2005-06 and 2002-03.

 Career Stats GP MIN SF SV GA GAA W L
226 12,788:02 4,309 3,023 1,057 4.68 123 98

International career: Played for U.S. National Futsal Team in 2008 FIFA Futsal World Cup and CONCACAF Championships, and 2007 Pan American Games. Made key last-second penalty kick save to help U.S. salvage tie against Ecuador in Pan Am Games.

In the community: Nick is a regular participant in the Making Waves program, conducting school assemblies throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Coaches youth soccer with SC Waukesha.

Personal: Nick and his wife Elisabeth are the proud parents of Kinsey and reside in Pewaukee. Recently named as an assistant coach for Marquette University. In 2010 inducted into the Pacific Athletic Hall of Fame.