Marquette's Lyon moves into top 10 for shutout streaks

[RECORD BOOK] Charlie Lyon extended his shutout streak to 808 minutes, now the 10th longest such streak in NCAA Division I men’s history, as No. 13 Marquette beat St. Johns' 2-0 to highlight the Golden Eagles' celebration of 50 years of Marquette soccer.
 
More than 70 former players and coaches, including Hayden Knight (three caps with the USA in 1984) and Bob Gansler (head coach of 1990 U.S. World Cup squad) were in attendance.
 
Lyon also earned his 28th career shutout, tying Jim Welch for the program record. Welch was also in attendance at the match.
 
NCAA Division I All-Time Record, Consecutive Shutout Minutes:
MINUTES GOALKEEPER, SCHOOL DATES
1) 1,318.26 Avery Steinlage, Michigan St. Oct. 15, 2008-Sept. 20, 2009
2) 1,176:51 Diego Restrepo, Virginia Oct. 17-Dec. 11, 2009
3) 974:20 Milos Kocic, Loyola, Md. Oct. 21, 2007-Sept. 7, 2008
4) 900:00 Randy Phillips, SMU Sept. 27-Nov. 5, 1980
5) 898:03 David Cappuccio, Colgate Sept. 23, 2005-Oct. 21, 2006
6) 891:25 Tony Meola, Virginia Sept. 18-Nov. 6, 1988
7) 851:00 Chris Snitko, UCLA Sept. 6-Oct. 17, 1993
8) 846:00 Alex Maslow, Furman Oct. 2-Dec. 1, 2002
9) 829:58 Bob Willen, Virginia Sept. 2-Oct. 4, 1987
10) 808:39 Charlie Lyon, Marquette Aug. 31, 2014-present the match.

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