Kyle Dixon, Ben Rubeor and Kip Turner help Chesapeake to back-to-back titles
WORTH NOTING: Steady, intelligent netminder ... one of the nation's leading goalies who doesn't get enough credit for the team's success ... had an excellent fall ... has started the last 30 games ... first in UVa history with a 7.12 goals allowed average ... ninth in school history with 268 career saves and fifth in save percentage (.584) ... preseason third-team All-American by Face-Off Yearbook ... featured in Sports Illustrated's "Scorecard" as a two-year old hockey player.
AT VIRGINIA: 2006--Started all 17 games and was named the team's Defensive MVP ... allowed an average of 7.14 goals per game to rank eighth in the country and second in the ACC ... 17th nationally in save percentage (.573), also second in the conference ... only had to play the entire game four times as the team won by an average of more than eight goals per game ... 11 saves against Denver ... had a .778 save percentage vs. Stony Brook ... had a rough outing against Syracuse giving up eight goals and making two saves in the first half before giving way to Bud Petit ... earned ACC Player of the Week with 10 saves and a .625 save percentage in the next game vs. Princeton ... made a season-high 15 saves and allowed only three goals in three quarters of play in a 15-5 win at Maryland ... finished with 13 saves against North Carolina ... voted to the All-ACC Tournament team after making 12 saves in the finals vs. Maryland ... turned back 10 Notre Dame shots in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... had 12 saves vs. Georgetown in the quarterfinals and 10 against Syracuse in the semis ... recorded six saves in the title game win over UMass.
2005--Earned the starting nod between the pipes and had a tremendous season, his first as a starter ... sixth nationally in goals allowed average (7.14) and 10th in save percentage (.592) ... ranked second in the ACC in both categories ... second in the conference in ground balls with an average of 4.20/g ... started the season opener against Drexel and played the first 30 minutes, making three saves and giving up two goals ... played the second half against Manhattan in the next game and stopped four shots, while allowing just two goals ... had a phenomenal performance to key the win over Syracuse at the Carrier Dome ... made a career-high 18 saves and allowed just 11 goals, the fewest the Orange scored vs. UVa in the Dome in 10 years ... in a tight game he made nine saves in the second half, including six in the fourth quarter as the Cavaliers came from behind in the final 12 minutes to win ... started every game the rest of the season ... recorded 15 saves and allowed only three goals against Towson ... led the team with 10 ground balls, made nine saves and gave up only two goals vs. Maryland ... had an assist against Albany in the NCAA Tournament ... 10 saves in the quarterfinal win over Navy ... was spectacular in the national semifinals vs. Johns Hopkins, tying his career-high with 18 saves and was named to the NCAA Championships All-Tournament team.
2004--Was the back-up behind All-American Tillman Johnson ... saw his only action in six minutes of the opener against Drexel ... made two saves and didn't allow a goal ... named to the ACC Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-sport goalie--lacrosse and hockey ... team MVP in both sports as a senior ... two-year starter in lacrosse ... all-state and Washington Post All-Met as a senior ... two-time first-team All-Anne Arundel County by the Baltimore Sun ... Free State and Top 205 All-Star ... made 410 saves in his two years as a starter ... started for four years in goal for the hockey team coached by his older brother John ... team captain ... all-conference as a junior ... also earned three letters in soccer, two at midfield and one as a goalkeeper ... all-conference as a senior midfielder when he finished third on the team in scoring ... starter at goalkeeper his junior year ... member of Latin Honor Society ... Oratorical Society speech award recipient ... received The Class of 1923 Award as the student who contributed the most to Severn athletics as a senior.
PERSONAL: Son of Ellen and Leigh Turner ... born 12-2-84 in Annapolis, Md. ... has two older brothers, John and Greg, and two older sisters, Jen and Leslie ... government major.