Boldt Named Goalkeeper Of The Year, Vosvick Tabbed As Rookie Of The Year
Junior Year: Earned his second team Most Valuable Player Award ... named to the Lehigh Classic?s all-tournament team ... recorded nine saves and allowed one goal through two Lehigh Tounrament games ... named Army?s ?Athlete of the Week? after turning in a stellar performance at the Army/Navy Anacoda Sports Soccer Classic ... saved six of seven shots he faced in a 2-1 win over nationally-ranked Hartwick in the tournament opener ... followed that performance with a two-save shutout versus Fordham ... earned a berth on the Army/Navy all-tournament team for his efforts ... recorded his second straight shutout in a 0-0 tie against Manhattan ... shutout streak snapped at Columbia in the 84th minute, a stretch that lasted 372 minutes ... saved a season and league-high nine shots in loss to the Lions ... posted his third shutout of the year in a 0-0 tie with arch rival Navy ... received his second ?Athlete of the Week? honor after match with the Midshipmen ... preserved that tie after making a huge save with two seconds left in overtime ... picked off eight shots in Black Knights? 1-0 loss to Colgate ... finished season with 59 saves (5th - Patriot)... recorded an average of almost four saves per game (4th - Patriot) ... started 14 of 17 games ... racked up over 1,300 minutes of playing time ... elected co-captain for 2002 season.
Sophomore Year: Earned the team?s MVP award ... made 80 saves in 11 appearances, posting a 1.47 goals against average ... 7.27 saves per game ranked second nationally to Mike Caredenas of Boston University (7.56).
Freshman Year: Played for Army?s junior varsity team.
High School: Graduated from Hylton High School in 1999 ... Helped lead Hylton to two state titles (1998, 1999) ... Hylton finished No. 1 in the country in 1999 and No. 2 in 1998 (Umbro Rankings) ... earned all-state honors in 1998 and 1999 and was named to the all-region and all-district teams from 1997-99 ... 1999 regional player of the year ... earned four varsity letters ... captain of the soccer team during his senior season ... served as President of the Junior Civitans ... member of the Key Club and student council.
Personal: Born April 7, 1981 ... son of Scott and Debbie Larrabee ... has three sisters, Beth, Kyle, Katie, and one brother, Michael ... Beth graduated from West Point in 2000 ... father, Scott, graduated from the Academy in 1974 ... Scott Larrabee played for the Army Lacrosse team for four seasons (1970-74) ... played for the Prince William Stars soccer club, which won two state cup championships ... favorite soccer team is Celtic ... favorite athlete is legendary goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, who currently plays for Aston Villa in England?s Premier League ... majoring in Leadership/Management.