2005: Grow was Marquette's most victorious keeper in 2005, winning four matches. He had three shutouts on the season, blanking Penn State (Sept. 4) in his first start, Drake (Sept. 9), and Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 12). He made a season high nine stops in the Drake win and stopped five shots in MU's 1-1 draw with Syracuse (Sept. 16).
2004: As a freshman, Grow started eight matches in goal for Marquette, earning three victories for the team. In his first career start as a Golden Eagle at Drake (Sept. 17), Grow earned a shutout and recorded two saves. Grow's second shutout of the season came at home against UIC (Sept. 22) where Grow had four saves. Grow played 926:55 in goal in 13 matches for Marquette.
At St. Thomas Aquinas: Grow recorded 26 shutouts during his three-year varsity career. He was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas' first state championship team and was a member of the all-state team as a senior. The East Kansas League Goalkeeper of the Year as a senior, Grow was coached by Craig Ewing. Grow was also a Northeast Kansas Soccer Coaches Association first team selection. As a junior, he was selected all-league. He was also a member of the Kansas State ODP from 2001-2003, winning the 2003 ODP Region 2 Tournament. In club play, he was captain of the Kansas City Attack, who won the 2003 Kansas State Cup.
Personal: The son of Jim and Peggy Grow, he was born on Sept. 30, 1985. He has four older siblings; Jamee, Scott, Craig and Ryan. Craig was a goalkeeper at Ottawa University.
Grow's Career Stats
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