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Michal Bandula

Men's Soccer

Bandula makes 26 saves at Nationals!
Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
Position: GK
Year of Eligibility: 3
College: Engineering - Year: 4
Last Team: HUSA
HUSKIES

2013-14: Started 15 matches... Recorded an 8-5-2 record with five shutouts... Recorded 51 saves...

2012-13: Started one match... Recorded five saves and allowed one goal...

2011-12: Started in two matches... Recorded 14 saves and allowed two goals...

2010-11: Redshirt...

BEFORE UNIVERSITY

Gold 100m and 4x100m track and field cities
Gold 4x100m and 4x400m track and field provincials

EXTRA TIDBITS

Being a Huskie means being able to play at a high level with great players... Words to live by - 'It's not what you do when the coaches are watching, it's what you do when they aren't'... Inspired by his dad...

YOUTH SOCCER CLUB

Saskatoon Youth Soccer - Hollandia International Soccer Association


Athlete of the Week - 2013-11-18

Huskie goalkeeper Michal Bandula recorded 26 saves leading the Saskatchewan to a sixth place finish at the team's first ever appearance in the CIS Championship. Bandula made seven saves in regulation in the opening game against the host UNB Varsity Reds and added another save in extra time. In Friday's consolation semifinal, the 5-11 keeper made eight saves, seven of which were in the second half, in a 3-2 Huskie win. In the consolation final on Saturday against the University of Montreal Carabins, the engineering major made 10 saves as the Huskies were out shot 10-3. The only time the Carabins could score was in penalty kicks.

Athlete of the Week - 2013-10-14

Third-year goalkeeper Michal Bandula recorded his fourth shutout of the season and made six saves in a weekend sweep over the No. 6 ranked University of Alberta Golden Bears. Bandula opened the weekend by making two saves to earn a shutout on Saturday. The Saskatoon native leads the Canada West in shutouts with four, wins with seven and sits seconds in goals against average. On Sunday, the engineering student allowed just one goal, on a penalty kick, while making four saves to secure the Huskies third straight victory. With the sweep the Huskies improved their record to 7-3-0 on the season and extended their lead in the prairie division to seven points over the Golden Bears. Saskatchewan remains at home next weekend to face the Victoria Vikes and Fraser Valley Cascades in the team’s final regular season matches in Saskatoon in 2013.

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