|Hometown:||Eau Claire, WI|
|High School:||Eau Claire HS|
Earned second-successive All-Big West second team nod after leading all conference goalkeepers with a program-record .835 save percentage and ranking second with 5.46 saves per match, third with five shutouts and fourth with 71 saves … registered a career-high 11 saves during 2-1 loss at UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 12) … also recorded seven-plus saves during a match four times.
Named to the All-Big West second team after producing conference bests for save percentage (.830) and saves per match (4.87) …also finished second with five shutouts and 73 saves and third with a 1.06 goals-against average … stopped season-high eight shots versus UC Irvine during 2-1 overtime loss during the semifinals of the Big West Tournament (Nov. 11) … also made six-plus saves during a match on six occasions, including seven during a 1-0 loss at then-No. 7 UC Santa Barbara (Oct. 7) … produced double-overtime shutout of then-No. 3 UC Santa Barbara (Nov. 4) in front of 9,824 fans … combined with Brett Finkelstein to post seven team shutouts, the second-highest figure among Big West programs … failed to concede more than two goals in any match.
Utilized redshirt season.
Made one appearance, starting and playing the full 90 minutes and recording three saves during a 3-1 home victory against Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 18).
Memorial HS (Eau Claire, Wisc.)
Three-year letterwinner and starter for the Old Abes … assisted program to the 2005 regional championship title and an appearance in the 2004 Wisconsin state championship tournament … selected to the All-Big Rivers Conference first team and as an All-Wisconsin honorable pick as a senior after posting a 0.44 goals-against average … also named team captain and program Most Valuable Player as a senior … with Plymouth Wings Nationals club (2006-07), captured the Wisconsin State Cup and went undefeated at 2006 regional competition … also competed at the Disney College Showcase and Muscatine College Showcase with Plymouth and the Las Vegas Coaches Classic with Maplebrooke Premier.
Son of Bill and Laurie McLain … has two sisters, Katie (17) and Maddie (15) … majoring in kinesiology … spent summer of 2010 with Orange County Blue Star (Professional Development League) and posted a 1.50 goals-against average in 16 appearances … also trained with Chivas USA first team in 2010 … lists biggest thrill as a Cal Poly athlete as defeating rival UC Santa Barbara on Fox Soccer Channel last season … favorite soccer moment was watching Liverpool win the 2005 Champions League title after trailing at halftime, 3-0 … Patrick S. McLain was born on Aug. 22, 1988.