Isaac Kannah scores his fourth goal of the year, NIU finishes with nine men
2014: Named to the Academic All-MAC Team and a MAC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete. Appeared in 16 matches, starting all 16. Posted a 1.46 goals against average, eighth-best in the MAC, and a .691 save percentage, fourth-best in the conference. Made 56 total saves, second-most in the MAC. Tied for second in the MAC with four shutouts, posting clean sheets against Hofstra (Aug. 29), Quinnipiac (Aug. 31), UIC (Sept. 12) and Loyola-Chicago (Oct. 4). Recorded a season-high seven saves against West Virginia (Oct. 11) and against Buffalo (Oct. 25).
2013: Appeared in 15 games, including 14 starts. Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Wolstein Classic and the Cincinnati Bearcat Soccer Classic. Finished with a 1.39 goals against average, fifth-best in the MAC. Recorded a .741 save percentage, fourth-best in the MAC. Registered 60 saves, third-most in the MAC. Had a pair of shutouts, recording clean sheets against Cincinnati (Aug. 30) and Eastern Illinois (Oct. 22). Posted a season-best 11 saves at Michigan State (Sept. 28), also had a double-digit save performance at Bowling Green (Oct. 12), recording 10 stops.
Prior to NIU: Appeared in one match at Oregon State during the 2012 season, playing 30 minutes in a 6-0 victory over Manhattan ... Redshirted the 2011 season while at Oregon State.
High School: Played four seasons at Walla Walla High School ... Earned second team all-state and Columbia Basin Big Nine Conference MVP honors as a junior ... Became the first goalkeeper in league history to be named MVP ... Three-year team captain and three-time team MVP ... Earned all-conference honorable mention three-times in his high school career
Club: Played for the Seattle Sounders Academy in 2011, helping the club reach the US Soccer Development Academy Playoffs ... Also reached the US Soccer Development Academy Playoffs in 2010 with the Crossfire Academy
Personal: Son of Randy and Vivian Glaeser ... Born on March 25, 1993, in Waynesville, Mo... Majoring in Mechanical Engineering.