Matt Brock
Matt Brock

Player Profile
RS Senior

Manakin-Sabot, Va.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 183



2003 Update:
• Scored all three goals this season in the Terps’ first two NCAA games, finishing with six points as a senior.
• Netted back-to-back goals to put Maryland ahead for good (3-2) against UMass (5/17) in NCAA Quarterfinals.
• Scored first goal of year vs. Ohio State (5/11) in NCAA First Round game, running with second midfield.
• Ran with the first midfield vs. UMBC (4/25) on Senior Night.
• Picked up career-best three groundballs at Navy (4/5).
• Career-high two assists in return to home state at Virginia (3/29).
• Assisted Bill McGlone’s go-ahead goal vs. Bucknell (3/11).

On Brock: A senior who will add experience and depth to the midfield … coming off his best collegiate season in his fourth year in the program … a great athlete who is very strong and fast … returned to action in 2001 after undergoing major surgery to repair a torn right ACL suffered in spring training camp of 2000.

As a redshirt junior (2002): Ran with the third midfield, playing in all 13 games … notched eight goals after scoring just two in his first two seasons on the field … posted two game-winning goals … scored third career goal vs. Hobart (2/23) … scored in back-to-back games for first time vs. Mount St. Mary’s (2/26) … posted first career multi-point game, and game-winning goal with tally at Bucknell (3/12), also assisted a fourth-quarter goal … tallied first career hat trick vs. Delaware (3/16), scoring on all three shots, also netted second-straight game-winning goal vs. Blue Hens … scored in third straight game at North Carolina (3/23) … scored with 12 seconds left in first half at UMBC (5/4) … named to the Maryland and the ACC Honor Roll for the second consecutive season.

As a redshirt sophomore (2001): Played in nine games in return to action after missing all of the 2000 season … scored only goal of the season in opener against Air Force (2/24) … member of the ACC Honor Roll and Maryland Honor Roll.

As a sophomore (2000): Missed the entire season after tearing the ACL in his right knee during spring training camp.

As a freshman (1999): Played in 13 of 14 games … moved up to second midfield during the second half of the season … scored first career goal to open Terps’ scoring just 4:35 into contest at Virginia (4/3) … took 13 shots and scooped up seven groundballs.

Before Maryland: Four-sport athlete at the Collegiate School in Richmond, Va. … earned three letters in lacrosse under coach Steve Mann … earned All-American, all-prep and all-state as a senior … set the school scoring record with 53 goals as a senior …led team to league championship as a senior captain … also lettered in wrestling, football and soccer … helped soccer team to perfect season as a senior and national ranking of No. 8.

Personal: Matthew Alan Brock … born Sept. 29, 1979 in Richmond, Va. … son of Ann and Jeff Brock … brother of Jamie (26) … comes from athletic family … father Jeff played four years of football at Virginia Tech … sister Jamie played field hockey for three years at Virginia Commonwealth … majoring in communications with a concentration in rhetoric and public discourse.

Career Statistics
Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GWG	GB	Pen
1999	13/0	1	0	1	13	0	0	7	1/1:00
2000	Injured (Torn ACL)
2001	9/0	1	0	1	3	0	0	1	2/1:00
2002	13/0	8	1	9	32	0	2	12	1/1:00
2003	16/0	3	3	6	15	0	0	7	1/1:00
Totals	51/0	13	4	17	63	0	2	27	5/4:00

Career Highs Goals: 3 vs. Delaware (3/16/02) Assists: 1 at Bucknell (3/12/02) Points: 3 vs. Delaware (3/16/02)