|Past Under Armour All-Americans|
In High School
Matt Rambo finished his high school career as the all-time leader in Pennsylvania high school lacrosse history. The former La Salle College (Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania) attackman finished with 385 points and 276 career goals.
He was the No. 2 overall recruit, according to Inside Lacrosse for the 2013 class and was the 2013 PhillyLacrosse.com Player of the Year, the 2013 Catholic League MVP and 2013 All-EPLCA.
Rambo started his high school career at Abington (Pennsylvania) in 2010 where he scored 78 goals and had 24 assists. After his freshman year, he transferred to La Salle where he added another 198 goals to his career total in three seasons.
The future Maryland Terrapin led the Explorers to the 2013 PIAA championships, scoring four goals in the championship game against Conestoga (Berwyn, Pennsylvania).
In Under Armour Game
In what turned out to be a preview of his college career, Rambo set the record for most goals scored with eight goals for the South team in a 28-24 win over the North. His eight goals is still the record for most goals and most points in the game. With his performance, Rambo was named the game’s MVP.
He’s been even more prolific in college. Rambo became Maryland’s all-time leading scorer and goal leader during his senior year.
Rambo wasted no time making an impact as a freshman. He started all 17 games and finished second on the team with 36 points and 30 goals. He scored four goals, including the game-winner, in a 16-3 win over Mount St. Mary’s on Feb. 8, 2014. Rambo became the first Maryland freshman with four goals in a season opener since 2008 when Grant Catalina had four against Georgetown.
In fact, Rambo scored the game-winning goal in each of his first three games, which included wins over UMBC and Syracuse. He was the first Maryland freshman since Mike Mollt (2000) to record a hat trick in an NCAA tournament game when he scored three in an 8-7 win over Cornell.
As a sophomore, Rambo started 18 games and finished with 40 goals and 19 assists, becoming the first Terrapin to score 40 goals since Joe Walters in 2004. He earned First Team All-Big 10 honors after his sophomore season.