As a Redshirt Senior in 2010: Started in all but one match in 2010... scored a goal in Maryland's wild season opener against Michigan State (9/3)... assisted on Casey Townsend's game-winner in a 5-0 thumping of Northeastern (9/5)...tallied the game-tying assist to fellow senior Billy Cortes in a tie at No. 5 Boston College (9/10)...dished out the assist on Patrick Mullins' first career goal at Loyola (9/14)...tacked on an assist in a 7-0 rout of Virginia Tech (10/8)...assisted on a Cortes goal at Lehigh (10/12)...played a vital role in 15 shutouts on the year, a number that tied a program-record...ended the year with seven points on a goal and five assists...also registered 27 shots on season.
As a Redshirt Senior in 2009: After a very successful junior season where he helped guide Maryland to the national championship, Rodkey started five matches before a foot injury sidelined him for the remainder of his senior season...helped lead Maryland to 3-1-1 start, including wins against No. 8 California (9/6), Boston College (9/11) and Duquesne (9/15).
As a Redshirt Junior in 2008: Played in 26 matches in 2008, earning starts in 24...led the Terps in assists (9) and added a goal for 11 points...five of his assists aided game-winning goals...responsible for the game-winning score in a 3-0 win against Hartford (9/5)...picked up his first assist of the 2008 season by joining Rich Costanzo on a Graham Zusi goal in a 1-0 ACC victory versus Boston College (9/12)...tallied a career-high two assists at Clemson (10/3)...assisted in the lone score in a 1-0 win against North Carolina (11/12) in the ACC tournament quarterfinals in Cary, N.C...also notched an assist on a Jeremy Hall game-winner in the ACC Tournament title game against Virginia (11/16)...tallied his ninth assist of the year on a game-winner by Casey Townsend against George Mason (11/25) in NCAA second round action at Ludwig Field...ACC All-Academic selection.
As a Redshirt Sophomore in 2007: Speedy outside midfielder who can make things happen ... creates opportunities with his foot work ... notched a goal and two assists on the season ... set up Aki Kadotani for a goal on Senior Night against Virginia (11/3) ... scored his first-career goal on a cross from Stephen King against NC State (10/27) ... assisted on a Stephen King goal against Notre Dame (9/2).
As a Sophomore in 2006: Missed the entire season due to a broken foot.
As a Freshman in 2005: Played in eight games ... saw action against SMU in the College Cup (12/9) ... played 54 minutes against Georgetown (10/11) ... played 29 minutes in 3-0 win over St. Bonaventure (9/18) ... made collegiate debut and played 30 minutes in 7-0 win over Cal State Fullerton (9/2).
Before Maryland: Four-year starter at Jackson High for coach Fred Napoli ... three-time all-state honoree ... team captain and MVP as a senior ... played in Shore Conference and Soccer Coaches Association of New Jersey all-star games ... played club with Match Fit Academy, helping the Raiders to the Region I Premier League U-17 finals in 2004 ... earned all-tournament honors after leading his team to the North American Championship semifinals in 2003 ... 2003 adidas/ESP camp nominee ... member of the U-16 national team ... played with Region I '87 ODP team since 2001.
Personal: The son of Scott and Jennifer Rodkey ... born April 1, 1987 ... oldest of three children with brother Ben and sister Katie ... enjoys boating and water skiing in his free time ... member of the high school honor roll ... chose the Terps over St. John's, Stanford and Georgetown ... double major in government and politics and criminology.
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