2005: Sabich continued to be Marquette's defensive catalyst, centralizing the defensive line. Sabich helped Marquette record four shutouts on the season.
2004: Starting every match for Marquette, Sabich was a leader on the defensive end for Marquette. His play in the backfield led Marquette to four shutout wins during the season. Sabich did score a point as he assisted Chris Lee's goal in the 77th minute of a 2-2 tie with Louisville (Sept. 29). Sabich also recorded a shot on goal against Oakland (Sept. 10).
2003: Replacing four-year starter Steve Lawrence, Sabich proved he was more than capable at sweeper for Marquette in his freshman season. He was honored with a spot on Conference USA's All-Freshman team after a stellar season on the back line. He helped Marquette to four shutouts on the season and helped hold the opposition to 22 fewer shots than Marquette had during the season.
Prior to Marquette: Sabich was a defender/midfielder at Sacred Heart-Griffin High School. He was a first team all-state, all-section and all-conference selection in 2002 and led his squad to a state title. He is a member of the Illinois ODP team and the Metro FC Club.
Personal: Born in Springfield, Ill., Sabich is the son of Bob and Pam Sabich. He has an older brother, Noah. He majored in biomedical engineering.
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