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. Marys (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