2008: Ranked fourth on team with nine points and three goals ... Tied with six other Colonials for team-leading three assists ... Appeared in 16 of 17 matches, including 11 starts ... Matched career-high two goals in 5-0 victory against Saint Joseph's (10/19) ... Set career-high with two assists in DC College Cup-clinching 8-0 victory versus Howard (8/31) ... Added assist at Longwood (9/5) and goal at Virginia Tech (9/30).
2007: Totaled five points on two goals and an assist in 15 games, nine starts ... Assisted game-tying goal in 3-2 victory against Mount St. Mary's (9/29) ... Scored lone goal in 1-1 draw at Temple (10/21) ... Netted goal in 3-1 loss at Duquesne (11/2) ... Season-high three shots in 2-1 victory against Longwood (10/3).
2006: Saw action in just three games due to leg injury ... Appeared in matches against Georgetown (8/25), American (9/13) and George Mason (9/16), but missed final 11 games of season ... Recorded shot on goal against Eagles.
2005: Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team selection ... Two-time A-10 Rookie of the Week (10/17, 10/31) ... Entered starting lineup in fifth collegiate game and never left, starting final six matches ... Tied for second on 2005 squad with four goals ... Dished out one assist to finish rookie season with nine points ... Scored career-high five points on two goals and an assist in 6-1 victory against Saint Joseph's (10/14) ... Tallied both of GW's goals in 2-0 upset win versus Saint Louis (10/28) ... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall semester ... Named to the Atlantic 10 Preseason All-Conference Team.
High School: Four-year starter ... Finished his high school career with 51 goals and 22 assists ... Scored 22 goals and contributed eight assists to lead Sherwood to the Maryland 4A State Championship and a 16-3-1 overall record in 2004 ... Earned first-team All-Met honors from the Washington Post as a senior and was the newspaper's Player of the Year ... Also a first-team all-state and all-region honoree following his senior season ... Scored 21 goals to help Sherwood to the state regional final in 2003 ... Named to the All-Met and all-state second teams after his junior year ... Also competed for the Bethesda Internationals club team.
Personal: Michael J. Rollings ... Born February 2, 1987 in Washington, DC ... Son of Karen Rollings ... One brother, Jeremy, and one sister, Maggie ... Accounting major.
CAREER STATS Year GP-GS Shots Goals Assists Points 2005 10-6 12 4 1 9 2006 3-0 1 0 0 0 2007 15-9 11 2 1 5 2008 16-11 21 3 3 9 Total 44-26 45 9 5 23
CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2, three times, most recently vs. Saint Joseph's (10/19/08) Assists: 2, vs. Howard (8/31/08) Points: 5, vs. Saint Joseph's (10/14/05)
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