As a Redshirt Senior in 2010: First Team All-ACC selection...TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Season (Honorable Mention)...named to ACC All-Tournament Team after leading Terps to title...started in all 23 matches...scored first goal of the season against Northeastern (9/5), contributing to a 5-0 shutout victory...netted two goals in a 3-1 win against ACC opponent NC State (9/18)...also scored twice against Virginia Tech (10/8)...tied a career-best with two assists against Lehigh (10/12)...scored the game-winner to help Terps defeat Clemson (10/16)...assisted on Kaoru Forbess' game-winner against Colgate (10/19) and found Paul Torres for a goal to snap a losing skid against rival-Wake Forest (10/23)...netted game-winner at Virginia (10/29) and versus William & Mary (11/2)...had a stellar ACC Tournament, scoring both goals in 2-0 shutout of Virginia in the ACC Semifinals(11/12)...assisted on John Stertzer's game-winner against Penn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament(11/21)...scored with 11:01 remaining to push the match into overtime against No. 10 Michigan in the NCAA Quarterfinals...amassed 29 points on the year with a career-high 11 goals and six assists.
As a Redshirt Junior in 2009: First Team All-ACC...First Team All-South Atlantic Region...TopDrawerSoccer.com College Soccer National Team of the Season - Third Team...co-captain...led the Terps in scoring with nine goals...also added an assist...tallied an ACC-high seven game-winning scores...scored both goals in Maryland's win against California (9/6)...picked up his third goal of the year the next match versus Boston College (9/11)...provided the game-winner against St. Peter's College (9/22)...lone assist came in a drumming of Duquesne (9/15)...helped an injury-depleted Terrapin squad upend ranked Georgetown on the road with a goal against the Hoyas (10/13)...scored the game-winner on the road at Clemson in a pivotal conference match (10/16) picked up his second multi-goal performance with a pair of scores against Seton Hall (10/20)...tallied the winning goal against No. 7 seed Penn State to allow Maryland to advance to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen.
As a Redshirt Sophomore in 2008: Started in all 24 games he appeared in as a sophomore...registered four goals and four assists on the year while starting alongside of Casey Townsend in the Terrapin frontline...joined Graham Zusi on an assist to Townsend in a 4-1 win against Davidson (9/7)...tallied his first goal of the 2008 campaign in a loss against No. 1 Wake Forest (9/26) in front of a Ludwig-record 6,500 fans...netted a goal in the Terps' 4-0 rout at Virginia Tech (10/10)...assisted on a game-winner by Townsend in the Evansville match and added another helper for a career-best two assists... responsible for both goals in Maryland's 2-1 conference win at NC State (10/25)...dished an assist in the NCAA second round victory against George Mason (11/25)...tabbed to the College Cup All-Tournament team.
As a Sophomore in 2007: Missed the season due to injury.
As a Freshman in 2006: Solid forward with good vision and is a great competitor ... All-ACC Freshman Team selection ... started 16 games and played in 17 ... started the first 12 matches of the season before suffering a head injury at North Carolina (10/6) ... played in just five of 10 games after the injury with four starts ... fourth on the team with five goals, and fifth with 13 points ... tallied a goal in three-straight games from September 13-20 ... notched the game-winning assist against St. Johns (11/15) in the NCAA Tournament ... scored again against Penn State (9/20) ... scored a spectacular goal from 30 yards out into the top left corner against NC State (9/16) ... put away an A.J. Godbolt cross against Mount St. Mary's (9/13) ... scored the first goal and assisted Stephen King on the game-winner with a cross against UCLA (9/2) ... scored first goal of his career against Binghamton (8/27).
Before Maryland: Played primarily with his club team, Sockers FC Chicago ... helped the team to four Illinois State Cup titles, as well as the Region II semifinals from 2003-05 ... the Sockers were a Dallas Cup finalist in 2004 ... a member of the SYL Select Team and was invited to the adidas ESP camp in 2005 ... led his varsity high school team in goals as a freshman and was all-conference.
Personal: The son of Thomas and Susan Herrick ... born October 5, 1987 ... one of two children with brother Cory ... is a USSF certified soccer referee ... lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... also recruited by Indiana, Northwestern and Notre Dame ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.