|#22 Keith Savage|
|Hometown:||Gulf Breeze, Florida|
While with the Timbers, Savage appeared in 40 matches, scoring three goals and recording three assists. During the 2009 season, he was one of only two players to appear in all 30 regular season matches. Savage was also a part of the squad which set a USL-1 record with a 24-game unbeaten streak during the 2009 regular season and which won the 2009 USL-1 Commissioner’s Cup. Savage was limited in the beginning of the 2010 season due to injury but appeared in 10 games with eight starts at the end of the season.
Savage was drafted in the 2008 MLS SuperDraft by Chivas USA (43rd overall) as their only pick in the draft and later signed with the Timbers in USL-1. Savage also played for the Central Florida Kraze in USL PDL from 2006-2007, making 22 appearances and scoring 12 goals.
Savage began his soccer tenure at the University of West Florida (UWF), where he was named a NSCAA All-American in 2006. During his four seasons, he scored 33 goals, which is the fourth-highest in UWF school history.
Played 4 matches (Started 3) in Spring season... Has seen 290 minutes of action.
Played in 24 regular season matches with 22 starts and started in 4 post-season matches for 2,199 total minutes... Tied second on the team with six assists... Scored a goal and had an assist in the second leg of the NASL Championship Series against Minnesota (10.27)... Recorded both his first goal and assist of the season against Ft. Lauderdale (4.28)... Assist at Atlanta (5.19)... Scored game-winning goal at Minnesota in the 87th minute (6.16). Assist vs. San Antonio (6.23)... Recorded his team-leading fourth assist vs. Minnesota (6.30).
Played in 26 games with 24 starts in 2011... Second on team with two game-winners on the year... Has seen 2,066 minutes of action this season... Scored his first two goals of the year at Atlanta (8/6)... Added an assist vs. NSC Minnesota (8/13)... Third goal of the year opened the scoring in 2-1 win at NSC Minnesota (9/6), which clinched first-ever playoff berth for FCTB... Scored game-winner in 68th minute in regular season finale against Ft. Lauderdale (9/24).