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    Mike Roberge
    Mike Roberge

    Class:
    Sophomore

    Hometown:
    Murrysville, Pa.

    High School:
    Franklin Regional

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 165

    Position:
    F



    12/10/2014

    #B1GCats Lead Big Ten With 102 Fall Academic All-Big Ten Awards

    Northwestern is the lone conference school to break 100 honors for the second-straight year

    09/05/2013

    NU Travels to Cincinnati to Face Xavier Saturday

    Musketeers coming off 2010, 2011 Conference Titles

    08/30/2013

    Cats Drop Season Opener Against UC-Santa Barbara

    Northwestern's Goal Scored by Mike Roberge

    08/20/2013

    'Cats, Oakland Play to 0-0 Draw in Exhibition

    NU plays one last exhibition before 2013 opener on Aug. 30

    2013 Roberge Game-by-Game Stats

    2013: Key reserve who came off the bench in 14 games as a freshman...Made NCAA debut in season opener against UC-Santa Barbara (8/30)...Tallied first goal of career during NU's game opener against UCSB (8/30)

    High School: Three-year letterwinner ... Awarded All-Section Honors, and All-Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Honors in 2011 ... 2011, 2012 Pittsburgh Post Gazette Soccer All-Star ... National Honor Society Member ... Club/ODP: Four-year member of Beadling Soccer Club with fellow signee Nathan Dearth ... Leading scorer on the 2011 Region 1 U16 Champions ... TopDrawerSoccer.com's Players to Watch August 2011 ... Teammate of fellow NU signee Nate Dearth ... USYS Region 1 Champions 2011 and 2012 ... State Champions in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 ... Bronze Medalist at National Championships 2012 ... Former Member Penn's Forest Football Club.

    Personal: Born Michael Paul Roberge ... Son of Jim and Tris Roberge ... Older brother, Andrew, younger brother, Jacob ... Chose Northwestern over Xavier, Lafayette, Duquesne and South Florida.

    Coach Lenahan on Roberge: "Mike really caught our eye at the Blue Chip Showcase with his athleticism and pace. He just glides when he runs and really has a great upside. He also is versatile in that he can play up top or any of the flank positions. I'm really interested in watching his development while at Northwestern."

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