2010 - JUNIOR: Sweetman had a sensational junior season, starting all 16 games and helping anchor a Navy defense rank 22nd nationally, and first in the Patriot League, in goals against average (0.77), allowing just 13 goals all season long ... Navy held 12 of its 16 opponents to one or fewer goals, while recording seven shutouts ... Sweetman also chipped in offensively, scoring his first career goal and assist in the process ... tallied his first career assist in the 4-0 win over George Washington, coming on Navy's third goal of the evening ... then scored his first career goal, a game-tying netter in the 76th minute of Navy's improbable 3-2 win over Holy Cross ... totaled nine shots for the season and was second on the team, and first among field players, in minutes played with 1,503.
2009 - SOPHOMORE: Sweetman appeared in eight games, earning starts against Delaware, Army and George Washington ... recorded his first career shot attempt against Army.
2008 - FRESHMAN: Sweetman appeared in three games, registering no statistics ... saw action against Mount St. Mary's, American and Lafayette.
PERSONAL:Sweetman lettered three times in soccer at Lyndon B. Johnson High School, while graduating from the Liberal Arts & Science Academy in 2008 ... led LBJ to a district championship and a 14-4-2 record in 2008 ... helped his club team (Lonestar Nike Permier) to four Western district titles ... was a three-time all-district selection and was the district's MVP in 2008 ... served as the team captain as a senior ... was a member of the Texas Olympic Development Program in 2007 ... was a member of the National Honor Society, Amateur Radio Club, Jazz Band and his high school Robotics team. Led his Robotics team to a state championship as a senior ... full name is William Edward Sweetman ... born May 6, 1990, in Arlington, Va. ... son of William and Carol Sweetman ... comes from an athletic family, as his father, William, played football at Alfred University, his mother, Carol, competed in gymnastics at East Stroudsburg University and his uncle, Tim, ran track at Lycoming ... majoring in mechanical engineering.