UC SANTA BARBARA
2013: Appeared in each of the team's first 12 games – with nine starts – before suffering a season-ending injury in a 2-1 win at Cal State Northridge on Oct. 11 ... Was the team's starting left back before going down with the injury ... Scored the game winner against Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 4 ... Picked up an assist in the season opening victory over Northwestern.
2012: Appeared in 18 games for the Gauchos – tied for the most among UCSB defenders – with 12 starts ... Contributed to all five of the team's clean sheets ... Assisted on a goal in a 6-2 win at Seattle on Sep. 16 ... Recorded six shots on the year ... Named to the Big West Academic All-Conference Team.
2011: Played in 14 games during his first season with the Gauchos, starting 13 of them before suffering a season-ending injury…Logged 1,040 minutes on the pitch.
SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY
2010: Started all 20 games as a true freshman…Helped the Owls to a 14-2-4 overall record.
Played for IMG Soccer Academy from 2008-11…Was the Most Valuable Player for the U19 team during the 2009-10 season…Earned Most Improved honors with IMG in 2010-11.
Prepped at The Pendleton School in Bradenton, Fla.
Mathew Glodack was born in Columbus, New Jersey on March 1, 1991…Parents are Steve and Natalie Glodack…Has an older brother, Steve, and a younger brother, Chris…Is majoring in computer science…Aspires to one day play professional soccer…When he is not playing soccer, he is “enjoying life”…Can’t do without music and listens to it before every game…His most memorable sporting moment was playing in the Academy League Playoffs…Cheers for Arsenal…Favorite movie is “Joe Dirt.”