As a Senior in 2004: Steady and consistent defensive midfielder ... excellent at starting possessions for the Terps ... a great shield in front of the back line ... started every game this season scoring one goal and three assists ... forced a turnover and sent the ball ahead to Jason Garey for Maryland's second score against Bucknell (10/26) ... scored first goal of the season with an 18-yard blast against Virginia Tech (10/17) ... named to the Maryland/adidas Classic title after helping the Terps notch wins against No. 2 St. John's (9/10) and Georgetown (9/12) ... tallied an assist against Long Island (9/3) and Marshall (9/5) ... named to the Virginia/Nike Classic all-tournament team (9/5).
As a Junior in 2003: Hard-working player ... skilled defensive midfielder ... hustles in front of a lot of balls to give Maryland more possessions ... started in every game ... key player in helping Maryland hold off Virginia (11/16) while playing a man down for the last 30 minutes in the ACC finals ... slid a pass to Jason Garey for game's second goal against Ohio State (11/7) ... assisted Sumed's game winner against Wake Forest (9/24) ... strong play against UCLA (9/5) and American (9/7) earned him a place on the Maryland/adidas Soccer Challenge All-Tournament team ... named to Diadora Challenge All-Tournament team after helping team to two wins and back-to-back shutouts.
As a Sophomore in 2002: Was in the starting lineup for 22 of Maryland's 25 games ... recorded five points (two goals, one assist) ... scored goals vs. Georgetown (10/9) and No. 21 Clemson (11/15) in the ACC semis ... his goal vs. Georgetown (10/9) helped earn him Maryland student-athlete of the week ... his assist came against defending national champion North Carolina (10/5) on Sumed Ibrahim's game-winner.
As a Freshman in 2001: Played in 17 games, starting all 17 and scoring two goals and one assist ... his first career goal came at North Carolina (10/7), his second was against College of Charleston (10/21) in the Gamecock Soccer Classic ... assisted A.J. Herrera's game-winner vs. NC State (11/11) ... took 19 shots.
Before Maryland: A three-time all-state pick, he attended Wilde Lake with classmate Michael Dello-Russo where they won the state championship their freshman year in 1997 ... a four-year all-county pick, his team went to the state semifinals in 1998 ... the 2000 all-state team MVP, he was an all-metro selection in 1998 and '99 ... team captain in 2000, he was part of the adidas Elite Soccer Program in 1999 and 2000 ... a member of the 1998 national and regional ODP team, he has been a part of the Maryland ODP team for the past four years ... his club team reached the Maryland State Cup Finals for the past six years, and won in 1995 and 1997.
Personal: The son of Jeff and Arlene Rodway, his full name is Ian Matthew Rodway ... has a younger brother Evan ... an honor-roll student in high school ... off the field, his hobbies include fishing and skiing ... born February 15, 1983 ... majoring in environmental sciences and policy.
Career Statistics Year M-S G A Pts GWG Sht 2001 17-17 2 1 5 0 19 2002 25-22 2 1 5 0 20 2003 24-24 0 2 2 0 17 2004 25-25 1 3 5 0 30 Totals 91-88 5 7 17 0 86