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Scott Rodgers

Scott Rodgers #42

Ohio Machine

Position Goalie
Height 6' 4" (193 cm)
Weight 250 lbs.
Acquired Trade with Nationals (March 2013)
Birth Date Feb 17, 1987
College Experience University of Notre Dame
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Bio

2013 MLL Season:

Rodgers played the entire 60 minutes and had 10 saves of the 24 shots on goal against the Chesapeake Bayhawks (5/11) followed by playing 56:47 minutes against the Hamilton Nationals (5/23) and saved 11 of the 26 shots on goal. Rodgers saw playing time in the last home game of the season against the Charlotte Hounds (7/27) where he allowed one goal. Rodgers was named Brine Player of the Game against the Boston Cannons (8/3) with having 22 saves of the 33 shots on goal and tallied five groundballs. Rodgers saved 11 of the 25 shots on goal against the New York Lizards (8/10).

2013 MLL Stats:

GP MIN W L GA 2ptGA GAA SV SV%
5 235:56 1 3 55 3 13.99 43 0.495
 

2012 MLL Season:

Played in nine games for Hamilton. Tallied seven saves on 17 shots on goal in 30 minutes against Denver (5/5). Recorded seven saves and faced 15 shots against Boston (5/12). Played 14:23 minutes and faced five shots against Chesapeake (5/18). Played 2:05 minutes and tallied two saves on four shots on goal against Charlotte (6/2). Recorded three saves on nine shots on goal in 30 minutes of action against Boston (7/7). Recorded three saves on 11 shots on goal in 30 minutes (7/13) and 17 saves from 27 shots on goal and picked up six ground balls (7/14) in back-to-back games against Ohio. Made four saves on 12 shots on goal and picked up one ground ball in 30 minutes against Long Island (7/21). Recorded eight saves on 27 shots on goal against Denver (7/28).

2011 MLL Season:

Played in nine games for Hamilton. First on the team in minutes played (439:36), wins (five) and saves (106). Led the team to the MLL Championship finals. Tallied nine saves on 26 shots on goal and picked up one ground ball against Denver (5/14). Made five stops from 14 shots on goal in 26:15 minutes against Chesapeake (5/19). Played 67:10 minutes and had 17 saves on 29 shots on goal and picked up a ground ball against Rochester (6/25). Recorded 15 saves on 24 shots on goal against Long Island (7/1). Had 19 saves on 30 shots on goal and picked up two ground balls in 62:10 minutes of action against Chesapeake (7/16). Made a season-high 20 saves on 31 shots on goal and picked up two ground balls against Boston (7/23). Played 57:53 minutes and had 13 saves on 19 shots on goal, as well as picking up three ground balls against Chesapeake (7/30). Recorded one save and faced six shots in 16:08 minutes of play against Boston (8/6). Had seven saves from 11 shots on goal in 30 minutes against Long Island (8/13).

2010 MLL Season:

Played in eight games for Toronto after being drafted seventh overall. Ranked second in MLL with a .571 save percentage. Tallied 19 saves on 25 shots on goal in 45 minutes against Chesapeake (6/12). Had five saves on 11 shots on goal in 30 minutes against Long Island (6/19). Had 11 saves from 17 shots on goal in 30 minutes of action against Chesapeake (6/24). Made one save on eight shots on goal and picked up three ground balls in 24 minutes against Boston (7/1). Made five saves on 10 shots on goal in 30 minutes against Denver (7/10). Made 14 saves on 22 shots on goal and picked up one ground ball in 30 minutes of play against Boston (7/24). Played for 30 minutes and tallied eight saves on 15 shots on goal and picked up one ground ball against Long Island (7/31). Recorded 13 saves from 25 shots on goal against Long Island (8/7).

College:

Played for the University of Notre Dame from 2006 to 2010. Finished his collegiate career with a 24-6 record, a .642 save percentage and 69 ground balls. Led Notre Dame to the 2010 NCAA Championship title game on his way to being named Most Outstanding Player of the tournament. Named to the Tewaaraton Trophy watch list as a senior. Named an honorable mention All-American in 2010 and a Third Team All-American in 2009. Named the Great Western Lacrosse League Player of the Year in 2009. Finished his senior season first nationally in save percentage (.605) and third in goals-against average (7.56).

Personal:

Born in Wantagh, N.Y., to Bridget and Scott Rodgers. Played lacrosse, football and basketball at MacArthur High School. Named a high-school lacrosse All-American as a junior and senior. Holds school record with 998 saves. Has one sister, Brianna. Majored in sociology.

 

Updates

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Machine Trades For Rodgers & Wiedmaier
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05/04 5:00PM EST @ Outlaws (L)  14 - 12 Recap
05/10 7:00PM EST @ Launch (L)  10 - 9 Recap
05/17 8:00PM EST vs Lizards (L)  9 - 11 Recap
05/31 7:00PM EST @ Bayhawks (W)  11 - 15 Recap
06/06 8:00PM EST vs Cannons (L)  16 - 17 Recap
06/14 5:30PM EST vs Rattlers (W)  18 - 13 Recap
06/21 8:00PM EST @ Cannons (L)  17 - 16 Recap
06/28 7:00PM EST @ Lizards (L)  19 - 13 Recap
07/04 4:00PM EST vs Bayhawks (W)  16 - 14 Recap
07/19 7:00PM EST vs Hounds (W)  13 - 12 Recap
07/26 4:30PM EST vs Outlaws (W)  23 - 22 Recap
08/02 7:00PM EST @ Rattlers (W)  15 - 17 Recap
08/09 7:00PM EST vs Launch (W)  14 - 10 Recap
08/16 3:00PM EST @ Rattlers (L)  15 - 11 Recap
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