At A Glance
An intelligent and confident midfielder with the ability to make players around him better ... understands the necessity for preparation and is committed to putting in the time to improve his game ... technical ability provides additional help in the midfield in a creative sense ... speed allows him to cover a lot of ground
As A Sophomore (2008)
Was a steadying force in the midfield all season long ... one of only four players to start in all 16 games ... finished tied for third on the team with five points, on two goals and an assist ... registered 14 shots, with six of them finding their way on goal ... had three multi-shot games and a six-game stretch of at least one shot per contest ... scored the game-winning goal in the Brown and White's season opening 3-2 win over Army (Aug. 30) ... tallied two shots on goal in a 2-0 win over Niagara (Sept. 28) ... Scored St. Bonaventure's lone goal against UMass (Oct. 17) ... assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-0 win over Richmond (Nov. 6).
As A Freshman (2007)
Evolved into a regular contributor in the Brown and White midfield ... saw the pitch in all 16 of the club's contests during his rookie campaign ... registered his first shot in the Bonnies' 3-2 victory over Charlotte (Oct. 14) ... earned his first collegiate start against Richmond (Nov. 2) ... turned in a season-high two-shot performance in the side's 1-1 draw with George Washington (Nov. 4).
Four-year varsity letterwinner at Salisbury ... collected career scoring marks of 16 goals and 31 assists ... named to the All-Colonial League and Morning Call All-Area team following his junior and senior seasons ... member of the U-13 and U-16 EPYSA Olympic Development Program.
Son of Deb and Mark Mjaatvedt ... has one sister (Kayla) ... father played baseball at Lehigh University ... collected a Regional first place finish in Business Ethics from the Future Business Leaders of America ... finance major.