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Played in 33 career games, including 29 starts • notched a 16-10-4 record with nine shutouts • posted a career goals-against average of 0.98 and a .742 save percentage • made 89 career saves • earned three monograms • drafted by the San Jose Earthquakes in the second round of the 2011 Major League Soccer (MLS) Supplemental Draft.

FIFTH SEASON: Missed the first seven games of the season due to a knee injury suffered in the summer while training with the San Jose Earthquakes of the MLS • played every minute of the final 13 games of the season and posted a 7-4-2 record with two shutouts • notched a 1.11 goals-against average and a .746 save percentage • made 44 saves and surrendered 15 goals • made his season debut in a 1-1 draw with Northwestern at Toyota Park • made four saves against the Wildcats • also had four saves in a 2-1 victory over Providence • made two saves in a 2-1 triumph at Indiana • one save in a 2-1 setback at West Virginia • compiled four saves in a 4-1 win over Marquette • four saves in a 2-0 loss at Louisville • had another four-save performance during a 3-1 win at Seton Hall • stopped five shots and posted his first shutout of the season in a scoreless draw at Connecticut • selected to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll for his performances against Seton Hall and Connecticut • had three saves in a 3-2 win over Pittsburgh • did not need to make a save to notch his second clean sheet of the season in a 3-0 victory over Georgetown • one save in a 2-1 triumph of Marquette during the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • made four saves in a 1-0 setback to Louisville during the BIG EAST semifinals • registered a career-high eight saves in a 2-1 overtime loss to Dartmouth in the second round of the NCAA Championship • earned his third monogram.

AS A SENIOR: Played in 13 matches, including 11 starts • posted a 7-3-2 record with five shutouts • registered a 0.71 goals-against average and a .743 save percentage • made 26 saves, while surrendering nine goals in 1139:46 of game action • made first start of the season in a 2-0 setback to No. 1 St. John's at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic • made three saves against the Red Storm • notched a shutout by making two saves in a 3-0 triumph of Seattle in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • started the BIG EAST opener at DePaul and made two saves in a 2-1 Irish victory • replaced an injured Andrew Quinn in the seventh minute and played the remainder of the match in a 2-1 loss at USF • made three saves and allowed one goal against the Bulls • tied a season-high with three saves in shutting out No. 9 Louisville, 4-0 • stopped one shot in a 2-1 win over Seton Hall • made two saves and did not give up a goal in 109:09 of play in a 1-0 overtime victory at Providence • one save in a 1-0 loss to West Virginia • registered his fourth shutout of the season by making one save in a 1-0 victory at Pittsburgh • had one save in a 2-1 overtime besting of Connecticut • played all 110 minutes and made one save in a 2-2 draw against USF in the BIG EAST Championship quarterfinals • was in goal for the penalty kick shootout as the Irish advanced, 5-4 • played every minute in a scoreless draw versus Louisville in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship • despite having a broken thumb that was suffered earlier in the match, he made the decisive save in the penalty kick shootout as the Irish advanced past the Cardinals, 4-3 • earned his second monogram.

AS A JUNIOR: Played in seven games, including five starts • started the final four games of the season after starting goalkeeper Andrew Quinn suffered an injury • posted a 2-3-0 record with a 1.29 goals-against average and a .731 save percentage • made his collegiate debut by coming off the bench and playing the final 10:05 in a 4-1 win over Marquette • did not allow a goal and made one save against the Golden Eagles • made three saves in his first career start, a 3-1 setback at Michigan • following Quinn's injury, played the final 28:10 and made one save without allowing a goal in a key 2-1 league win over Georgetown • picked up the first win of his career in a 1-0 triumph at West Virginia that clinched the BIG EAST Blue Division title for the Irish • made four saves against the Mountaineers • stopped a career-high six shots in a 1-0 victory over Louisville in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • made two saves in a 2-1 loss to USF in the semifinals of the league tournament • had two saves in a 2-1 setback to Northwestern in the second round of the NCAA Championship.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not see game action.

AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see game action.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: A 2005 Notre Dame Elite Camp all-star selection • captained his Brewster Academy club along with receiving the Coach's Award team MVP during his senior season • earned Brewster Academy Athletic Director's award for a positive and consistent contribution to interscholastic sports • participated in the 2005 New England prep school all-star game • was named to the 2005 Boston Globe prep all-scholastic soccer team • played for the Seacoast United Premier U-17 team • Seacoast United was ranked No. 7 in Region I and No. 27 nationally • a 2003 Super Y ODP New England Division U-15 Team and a 2004 Super Y ODP New England Division U-17 Team • also competed on the Brewster Academy hockey team, where he was named the 2004-05 team MVP • an honor-roll student who is also a John Brewster Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society • born October 19, 1987 • son of Gordon and Annette Tuttle • father played soccer at the University of New Hampshire • has a younger brother • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a finance degree.

Tuttle's Career Statistics

YearG-SGAMin.GAASVShORec.
2006 Did Not Play
2007 Did Not Play
2008 7-5 7 448:15 1.29 19 2 2-3-0
2009 13-11 9 1139:46 0.71 26 5 7-3-2
2010 13-13 15 1219:14 1.11 44 2 7-4-2
Totals 33-29 31 2847:15 0.98 89 9 16-10-4

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Philip Tuttle
Philip  Tuttle

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hooksett, NH

High School:
Brewster Academy

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200

Position:
Goalkeeper

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August 22
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Valparaiso
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August 26
5:00 PM
Indiana vs. New Mexico
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
August 26
W, 4-0
UC Irvine
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
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ACC Network Extra
August 28
11:30 AM
Indiana vs. UC Irvine
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
August 28
W, 1-0
New Mexico
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
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ACC Network Extra
September 2
5:30 PM
Stanford
Bloomington, Ind. (Armstrong Stadium)

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September 4
12:30 PM
California
Bloomington, Ind. (Armstrong Stadium)

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September 9
7:00 PM
Virginia Tech
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September 13
7:00 PM
UConn
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)

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September 16
7:00 PM
Louisville
Louisville, Ky. (Lynn Stadium)

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September 23
7:00 PM
Syracuse
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)

ACC Network Extra
September 30
7:00 PM
Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pa. (Ambrose Urbanic Field)

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October 4
7:00 PM
Indiana
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)

ACC Network Extra
October 8
7:00 PM
Wake Forest
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)

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October 11
7:30 PM
Michigan
Ann Arbor, Mich. (U-M Soccer Stadium)

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October 14
7:00 PM
Virginia
Charlottesville, Va. (Klockner Stadium)

ACC Network Extra
October 18
8:00 PM
Northwestern
Bridgeview, Ill. (Toyota Park)
October 21
7:00 PM
Duke
Durham, N.C. (Koskinen Stadium)

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October 25
7:00 PM
Michigan State
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)

ACC Network Extra
October 28
7:00 PM
North Carolina
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)

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November 2
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ACC First Round
Campus Sites
November 6
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ACC Quarterfinals
Campus Sites
November 9
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ACC Semifinals
Campus Sites
November 13
TBA
ACC Final
Charleston, S.C. (MUSC Health Stadium)
November 17
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NCAA Championship First Round
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November 20
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NCAA Championship Round of 32
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November 27
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NCAA Championship Round of 16
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December 3
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NCAA Championship Quarterfinals
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December 9
TBA
NCAA Championship Semifinals
Houston, Texas (BBVA Compass Stadium)
December 11
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NCAA Championship Final
Houston, Texas (BBVA Compass Stadium)

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