Blue Jays Post 9-5 Record, Produce Schmeisser Award Winner and Five All-Americans
This Season: Co-captain Expected to make a full recovery from a torn ACL suffered on the first day of fall practice Will run on Hopkins' first midfield.
2004: Third Team STX/USILA All-American Tied for third on the team in scoring with 26 goals and 11 assists for 37 points Finished tied for second on the team in goals and tied for third in assists Led the team with 12 extra-man goals on the year, the second-highest total by a JHU player since 1995 (Dylan Schlott-16/1998) Tallied seven goals and two assists in three NCAA Tournament games Scored three goals and added an assist in the NCAA Quarterfinals against North Carolina and added three goals in the NCAA Semifinals against Syracuse Had one goal and one assist in his JHU debut against Penn Gave JHU a 9-8 lead with his lone goal and assisted on the game-winning goal with 2:35 remaining against the Quakers Scored one goal and added three assists against North Carolina during the regular season and registered at least two points in 12 of 15 games on the year Assisted on Conor Ford's game-winning goal in a 10-9 overtime victory against Navy as he threaded a pass from behind the goal to Ford on the crease Had four consecutive three-point games to his credit early in the season (Princeton through Syracuse).
2003 (at Duke): Earned Honorable Mention STX/USILA All-America honors Finished as the team's leader in goals (36) and points (47) Scored four of Duke's six goals in a 19-6 loss at Johns Hopkins Tallied a total of five goals in two games at the ACC Tournament Ended the season on a roll with 18 goals in final five games.
2002 (at Duke): Finished fifth on the team in scoring with 17 goals and seven assists for 24 points Scored three goals and added two assists against Hobart in the NCAA Tournament and added two goals in NCAA Quarterfinals against Syracuse Scored game-winning goal in overtime against Maryland in ACC Semifinals.
At Bethpage: Played football and lacrosse at Bethpage Two-time All-American in lacrosse and an All-Long Island pick in football Named the Nassau County Player of the Year as a senior.
Personal: Given name is Matthew P. Rewkowski The son of Richard and Meryl Rewkowski Born June 10, 1983 History major with a minor in business.