Height: 5'11"
Weight: 166
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Elmhurst, Ill.
High School: York
Experience: 3 Letters


As a Redshirt Senior in 2010: First Team All-ACC National Team of the Season (Honorable Mention)...named to ACC All-Tournament Team after leading Terps to title...started in all 23 matches...scored first goal of the season against Northeastern (9/5), contributing to a 5-0 shutout victory...netted two goals in a 3-1 win against ACC opponent NC State (9/18)...also scored twice against Virginia Tech (10/8)...tied a career-best with two assists against Lehigh (10/12)...scored the game-winner to help Terps defeat Clemson (10/16)...assisted on Kaoru Forbess' game-winner against Colgate (10/19) and found Paul Torres for a goal to snap a losing skid against rival-Wake Forest (10/23)...netted game-winner at Virginia (10/29) and versus William & Mary (11/2)...had a stellar ACC Tournament, scoring both goals in 2-0 shutout of Virginia in the ACC Semifinals(11/12)...assisted on John Stertzer's game-winner against Penn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament(11/21)...scored with 11:01 remaining to push the match into overtime against No. 10 Michigan in the NCAA Quarterfinals...amassed 29 points on the year with a career-high 11 goals and six assists.

As a Redshirt Junior in 2009: First Team All-ACC...First Team All-South Atlantic College Soccer National Team of the Season - Third the Terps in scoring with nine goals...also added an assist...tallied an ACC-high seven game-winning scores...scored both goals in Maryland's win against California (9/6)...picked up his third goal of the year the next match versus Boston College (9/11)...provided the game-winner against St. Peter's College (9/22)...lone assist came in a drumming of Duquesne (9/15)...helped an injury-depleted Terrapin squad upend ranked Georgetown on the road with a goal against the Hoyas (10/13)...scored the game-winner on the road at Clemson in a pivotal conference match (10/16) picked up his second multi-goal performance with a pair of scores against Seton Hall (10/20)...tallied the winning goal against No. 7 seed Penn State to allow Maryland to advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen.

As a Redshirt Sophomore in 2008: Started in all 24 games he appeared in as a sophomore...registered four goals and four assists on the year while starting alongside of Casey Townsend in the Terrapin frontline...joined Graham Zusi on an assist to Townsend in a 4-1 win against Davidson (9/7)...tallied his first goal of the 2008 campaign in a loss against No. 1 Wake Forest (9/26) in front of a Ludwig-record 6,500 fans...netted a goal in the Terps' 4-0 rout at Virginia Tech (10/10)...assisted on a game-winner by Townsend in the Evansville match and added another helper for a career-best two assists... responsible for both goals in Maryland's 2-1 conference win at NC State (10/25)...dished an assist in the NCAA second round victory against George Mason (11/25)...tabbed to the College Cup All-Tournament team.

As a Sophomore in 2007: Missed the season due to injury.

As a Freshman in 2006: Solid forward with good vision and is a great competitor ... All-ACC Freshman Team selection ... started 16 games and played in 17 ... started the first 12 matches of the season before suffering a head injury at North Carolina (10/6) ... played in just five of 10 games after the injury with four starts ... fourth on the team with five goals, and fifth with 13 points ... tallied a goal in three-straight games from September 13-20 ... notched the game-winning assist against St. Johns (11/15) in the NCAA Tournament ... scored again against Penn State (9/20) ... scored a spectacular goal from 30 yards out into the top left corner against NC State (9/16) ... put away an A.J. Godbolt cross against Mount St. Mary's (9/13) ... scored the first goal and assisted Stephen King on the game-winner with a cross against UCLA (9/2) ... scored first goal of his career against Binghamton (8/27).

Before Maryland: Played primarily with his club team, Sockers FC Chicago ... helped the team to four Illinois State Cup titles, as well as the Region II semifinals from 2003-05 ... the Sockers were a Dallas Cup finalist in 2004 ... a member of the SYL Select Team and was invited to the adidas ESP camp in 2005 ... led his varsity high school team in goals as a freshman and was all-conference.

Personal: The son of Thomas and Susan Herrick ... born October 5, 1987 ... one of two children with brother Cory ... is a USSF certified soccer referee ... lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... also recruited by Indiana, Northwestern and Notre Dame ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.

Herrick's Career Statistics
2006 17-165313261
2008 24-244412521
2009 22-229119707
TOTAL 86-8529147220013

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