At a glance: A fast player with a low center of gravity allowing for quick change of direction ... Will challenge for more time in sophomore season after seeing action in 11 matches last season.
As a freshman (2012): Saw time in 11 matches including one start at San Diego (Sep. 7)... Tallied first career assist vs. Butler (Sep. 26) ... Averaged 32 minutes per appearance, including a career high 59 minutes at Louisville (Sep. 18).
Hilliard Bradley: Picked up second team all-district honors two-consecutive seasons (2009, 2010) ... Earned the team's Offensive Most Valuable Player award ... Played under Ohio State alum Tony Herp.
Personal: Son of Elena Rosario ... Has two siblings, Victor and Erick ... Plans to major in business ... Lists scoring a goal in a city rivalry match as his greatest sports thrill ... Part of the President Education Award Program in high school ... Earned the Ohio Board of Education's Award of Merit ... Hopes to play upper level soccer after graduation.