2011: Played in 14 of JHU's 16 games as a member of the Blue Jays' second midfield Totaled personal-best five goals and three assists for a career-high eight points Had a three-game point-scoring streak early in the season with one assist vs. Princeton and goals vs. Manhattan and UMBC Posted another three-game scoring streak with goals in wins vs. second-ranked Virginia and fourth-ranked North Carolina and one goal and one assist vs. Albany Assisted on a Zach Palmer goal against Hofstra in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2010: Missed the entire season with an injury.
2009: Played in all 15 games as a member of JHU's second midfield Counted one goal and four assists to his credit Tallied assists against Siena and Albany before striking for his first goal of the season in the 15-7 win over Navy Goal against the Midshipmen was the second goal in a 4-0 run that turned a 3-2 deficit into a 6-3 lead Played on the first midfield against Mount St. Mary's as senior Mark Bryan sat out - Assisted on a first-quarter goal by senior Josh Peck in the victory Assisted on a first-quarter goal by Brian Christopher against Loyola that tied the game (3-3).
2008: Played in eight games and totaled one goal, one assist and one ground ball Notched the first point of his career with an assist against North Carolina and added his first career goal in a win over Towson.
At The Rivers School: Three-year varsity letterwinner Totaled more than 170 goals and 145 assists during high school career Helped team to a three-year record of 31-15 record Under Armour All-America game participant in 2007 Also played three years of football and basketball Served as a team captain in both football and basketball and garnered all-league honors in both sports.
Personal: Mark B. Goodrich The son of Scott and Kate Goodrich Born March 10, 1988 Anthropology major.