As a Senior in 2017: One of three captains with George Campbell and Chase Gasper...started all 19 matches...scored four goals and led the team with nine assists...All-Big Ten First Team selection...semifinalst for the Senior CLASS Award...part of four shutouts including three-consecutive vs. Cal Poly (9/4), then-No. 4 Indiana (9/8) and Rutgers (9/12)...scored two goals and added an assist at Santa Clara (8/25)...posted game-winning assist vs. then-No. 15 UCLA (9/1) and notched two assists against Rutgers (9/12)...notched an assist at Penn State (9/17)...assisted on Donovan Pines' goal at UMBC (9/26)...scored a goal against Northwestern (9/29)...tallied a goal at UConn (10/6)...assisted on Sebastian Elney's winner at Ohio State (10/6)...had an assist in Maryland's 5-4 win over Wisconsin (10/13)...grabbed an assist against Wisconsin in the Big Ten Quarterfinals (11/5)...helped the Terps notched nine shutouts.
As a Junior in 2016: Started in all 21 matches for the Terps, who finished with an unbeaten regular season (16-0-2) and posted a school-record 15-game winning streak...finished with three goals and eight assists...recorded an assist in a 4-1 victory over USF (9/5)…scored the game-winning goal in double overtime in a 2-1 win over Rutgers (9/13)…notched a goal scored in a 2-0 win over #22 Michigan State (9/23)…scored a goal in a 4-0 victory over Northwestern (9/30)…assisted on a goal in a 2-0 win over Ohio State (10/7)…recorded an assist in a 1-0 victory over #22 West Virginia...also posted assists vs. American (10/18), Delaware (10/25), Michigan (10/30) and Michigan State (11/11).
Before Maryland (at Virginia): Second Team All-ACC in 2015 with a team-high four goals…named to 2014 ACC All-Freshman Team and earned a spot on the NCAA College Cup All-Tournament Team after helping lead the Cavaliers to the national title…played in all 23 matches as a rookie and landed a spot on the College Soccer News All-Freshman Second Team…spent time in US U-23 Men’s College Identification training camp…suited up for US U-20s national team.
Personal: Jake Michael Rozhansky was born July 4, 1996…son of Roman Rozhansky and Irina Mathews…attended Montgomery Blair HS…has one brother, Max… scored first career goal, the game winner, in second half of NCAA tournament win against UNC Wilmington (11/23/14)…major is government and politics.