|High School:||John W. North|
Trent Ulicny redshirted the 1999 season.
Played in and started 15 of UCSB's 20 matches during his junior season...Recorded a 2.20 goals against average and posted one shutout (1-0 vs. Denver)...Played a total of 1,310 minutes and had 58 saves.
Ulicny made 13 starts between the posts in his sophomore season...He was the team's most effective goalkeeper, logging a 2.20 goals against average and producing 60 saves in 1,267 minutes...Had the Gauchos' lone shutout, a 0-0 deadlock against Old Dominion.
Forced into action after starting keeper Stewart Sanders suffered a season-ending injury in the season's second match...Started the final 16 contests and played 1,565 minutes, posting 79 saves and a 1.78 goals against average...Shutout fifth-ranked SMU by a score of 1-0.
Attended John W. North High School in Riverside, CA...Named All-CIF and All-Ivy League as a junior and as a senior...His team won the Ivy League title during his senior campaign and Ulicny was named the Ivy League Goalkeeper of the Year...Had a 0.50 goals against average in his final campaign...Set J.W. North records for goals against average, wins and shutouts...Set an Ivy League mark for most wins.
Born January 29, 1978 in Fullerton, CA...Majoring in Business Economics and International & Global Studies...A UC Regents Scholar and two-time Academic All-MPSF member...Ulicny is married (Sabrina) and has a son (Skylar)...The son of Dennis and Teresa Ulicny.