Jason Sardis
Jason Sardis

Player Profile

New Hyde Park, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 155


Joined the team on Sept. 12... will help the injury-riddled Terrapins add depth at the forward and midfield of five seniors...scored four goals and six assists in 1999.

As a Junior in 1999: The Terps' fourth-leading scorer, Sardis tallied four goals and six assists on 26 shots for Maryland... scored the game-winner at George Mason on Oct. 13 ... netted season-season-high two-goals against American on Oct. 20... earned seven starts for the Terrapins in the midfield.

As a Sophomore in 1998: Played in 12 games last season while earning the start in four games … scored two goals, including the game-winner, in the Terps' 3-1 win against Howard … also charted four assists.

As a Freshman in 1997: The only freshman, and one of only two players, to play in all 23 games, starting in 13 ... his seven goals tied him with Jason Cropley for the team high ... was second on the team in assists with seven ... totaled three game-winning goals ... had a four-game scoring streak, scoring two game-winning goals ... his streak began vs. Villanova where he scored the game-winner ... he then scored the lone goal against American off a penalty kick, scored against Wake Forest and had the game-winner against Loyola... scored the game-winning goal against Hofstra in front of his hometown crowd ... also tallied a goal against Clemson in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament ... totaled 33 shots.

Before Maryland: Hails from Herricks High School in New Hyde Park, N.Y. ... a two-time first team NSCAA High School All-American (1995-96) ... a two-time winner of the Jim Steen Award which honors the best player in Nassau County ... twice earned all-county and all-state honors his junior and senior seasons ... twice named to the Region II All-East team as a junior and a senior ... an all-conference selection in 1994 ... MVP of the Nassau County playoffs as a freshman in 1994 ... named team captain in 1995 and 1996 ... helped guide Herricks to three Nassau County championships (1994-96) ... also led the team to the Long Island championship in 1994 and 1996 ... a two-year all-conference selection in lacrosse, as well ... also was the kicker on the football team.

Personal: Majoring in letters and sciences ... his parents are Joanne and John Sardis ... born Nov. 11, 1979 on Long Island, N.Y.

Sardis By The Numbers
Year	GP-GS	Goals 	Assts	Pts
1997	23-13	7	7	21
1998	12-4	2	4	8
1999     20-7    4       6       14
Career	55-24	13	17	43