Updated September 14, 2020
AT A GLANCE:
- Third-year goalkeeper originally drafted by New York City FC entering first season with Revolution after being selected in the 2019 Waiver Draft
- Made 28 appearances for USL Championship side Memphis 901 on a season-long loan from NYCFC in 2019
- The first goalkeeper in University of Virginia history to earn three All-ACC honors, with two Second Team All-ACC selections and one Third Team All-ACC selection.
- Finished career at Virginia ranked among top 10 in program history in shutouts, minutes played, games played, goals against average, saves, and saves percentage.
- Featured for the United States at the Under-20, Under-18, and Under-17 levels, including roster selections for the 2013 Concacaf U-17 Championship and the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
MLS CAREER: Joined New England as the third-overall selection in the 2019 End-of-Year Waiver Draft on Nov. 25, 2019…Has not made an MLS appearance…Spent 2019 season on a season-long loan to USL Championship side Memphis 901…Selected by New York City FC with the 18th overall pick in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft.
2020: Has not made an appearance in MLS play this season…Started and played 90 minutes in a Revolution II preseason match against New York Red Bulls II on Feb. 29, 2020.
2019: Joined Memphis 901 (USL Championship) on season-long loan from New York City FC on March 5…Recorded 28 appearances for Memphis, including six clean sheets and a 1.50 goals against average across 2,520 minutes played.
2018: Did not make an appearance.
NATIONAL TEAM (UNITED STATES): Owns experience with the United States at the Under-20, Under-18, and Under-17 levels…Selected to the U.S. roster for the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup but did not play…Capped by the U-20s in a 1-0 loss to England on March 29, 2014…Named to the U.S. roster for the 2013 Concacaf U-17 Championship team.
COLLEGE (VIRGINIA): A three-year starter at the University of Virginia…Became the first goalkeeper in UVA history to earn All-ACC honors three times, with one Third-Team All-ACC selection in 2015 followed by back-to-back Second Team All-ACC honors in 2016 and 2017…Finished collegiate career ranked among top 10 in UVA history in shutouts (T-3rd; 23), minutes played (3rd; 5,814), games played (3rd; 61), goals against average (6th; 0.85), saves (5th; 190), and saves percentage (8th; .776).
PERSONAL: Parents are Paul and Lynn Caldwell…Father played basketball and soccer at Davidson from 1969-73…Mother played volleyball at Lenoir-Rhyne…Sister, Sarah, was a goalkeeper at Furman from 2009-10.