Quentin Rudolph


Name: Quentin Rudolph

Grade: Senior

Sport: Boys varsity lacrosse

Position: Midfielder

What inspired you to start playing lacrosse?

Originally, my dad told me about a sport called lacrosse in first grade. He put a stick in my hand, grabbed some gear, and had me go out onto the field. I enjoyed playing the sport and was somewhat good, so I just continued to stick with it.”

How have you recently adjusted to your leadership role within the program?

“With only having one team this year, there are many more underclassmen on the team. At practice, I try and set an example for people to get better every day. I also try to stay as competitive as possible during practice to make sure that people don’t take drills off.”

Are you planning to continue your lacrosse career at the collegiate level?

“Next year, I plan on playing lacrosse at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. It’s an NCAA Division III school, and with the combination of their facilities, academics, and scholarship money that they’re granting me, the opportunity was too much to turn down.”

Who is one person that has had the largest influence on your path thus far?

“Personally, it would be too hard to choose just one person. Player-wise, I would have to choose John Tomsheck. We have played together year-round for the same teams since he moved here in fifth grade. We also have shared that competitive nature and have used it to make ourselves and our teammates better. Another player is Luke Matellic, a 2021 graduate, who passed down the number seven to me and is someone I model my game after. One other person I would choose would be my father. He’s the person who put a stick into my hand originally and continuously pushed me to be the best I could be.”