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Scott Rodgers

School

University of Notre Dame

Position
Goalkeeper
Major
Sociology
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A
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PTS
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GB
20
SV%
..605
GAA
7.56

Classroom

Rodgers carries a 3.08 cumulative grade-point average as a sociology major with a minor in Computer Applications.

Character

Rodgers currently is in his second straight season as a team captain. He was a member of the team’s leadership council during his sophomore and junior seasons. As a leader on the team, Rodgers has helped organize extra team lifts and workout sessions.

Community

Rodgers, along with the rest of the Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team, has had a large impact in the South Bend/Notre Dame community. The Fighting Irish men’s lacrosse squad won the 2008 Notre Dame Community Service Trophy. The team performed 1,087 community service hours, which was 1/4 of all community service hours recorded by student-athletes at Notre Dame that year. Rodgers has been a part of the team’s mentorship program at both Jefferson Secondary School and Marshall Middle School in South Bend. He also has kept up the mentoring during every summer since he’s been at Notre Dame. Rodgers stays on campus to take summer school courses in addition to working camps and continue his work in the community.

Competition

Rodgers received third team All-America honors from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) in 2009. He was named the 2009 Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL) Player of the Year in addition to being a 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy nominee. Rodgers led all NCAA Division I goalies in goals-against average (6.14) and save percentage (.663) during the 2009 campaign. In 2009, he helped Notre Dame post a school-record 6.19 goals-against average in addition to posting an undefeated regular season. Rodgers started all 16 games in 2009 and helped Notre Dame to a school-record 15 wins. The Notre Dame defense held opponents to six goals or fewer on six occasions.