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Chase Vosvick

Loyola Maryland


Vosvick graduated from Loyola last spring with a 3.55 GPA while majoring in sociology. He ended his undergraduate career strong, recording a perfect 4.0 GPA in each of his final three semesters.

Vosvick is back with Loyola this fall, using his extra year of eligibility granted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He is enrolled in graduate school and working towards a master’s in school counseling.

His academic success was recognized during the spring 2021 season, when he was one of three Greyhounds named to the 11-member Academic All-Patriot League Team.


Vosvick has been a leader for Loyola’s men’s soccer program throughout his tenure. He is one of three team captains for the Greyhounds this season. He displays a fiery personality on the field but does not go over the line, with only three yellow cards in his collegiate career (and zero since 2018).

Off the field, Vosvick has dealt with significant adversity. He was estranged from his mother after she became addicted to painkillers following surgery during his middle school years. The two reconnected last year after she completed a rehab program, but his mother unfortunately relapsed and passed away following a Fentanyl overdose last December.

This impacted Vosvick’s preparation and fitness level for the spring 2021 season, but he made a big push to get back on track this summer, deciding to enroll in graduate school and getting back to his peak fitness level for his final collegiate campaign.


Vosvick’s family background is what led him to first pursue a major in sociology and continue his work at the graduate level with the ultimate goal of becoming a licensed social worker.

At Loyola, Vosvick has worked as a group and personal trainer for other goalkeepers and has also volunteered his time at youth soccer camps both in Maryland and during his high school years at Montverde Academy in Florida.


Vosvick has excelled in goal throughout his Loyola career. He is a three-time United Soccer Coaches First Team All-Region performer (2017-19) and a three-time Patriot League Goalkeeper of the Year (2017, 2018, Spring 2021). He was also named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List prior to the Spring 2021 campaign and he is a 12-time Patriot League weekly award winner.

Vosvick has started all 58 games he has appeared in for Loyola, leading a program which has topped the Patriot League regular season standings in three of his four collegiate seasons. He is 33-18-6 with a 0.99 GAA, a .735 save percentage, and 21 career shutouts. Consistently strong at home, he has allowed one goal or fewer in 23 of 26 collegiate starts at Ridley Athletic Complex. In his most-recent appearance this season, he matched a career-high with seven saves while helping Loyola earn a scoreless draw at No. 5 West Virginia.