Dorsey Rudolph

Dorsey is a member of the Hall of Fame. His citation appears below:

Dorsey (“Skip)” Rudolph ‘62 was a standout in two sports–soccer and lacrosse.

A soccer midfielder, Rudolph was selected to the all Mason-Dixon and all South All-American teams. He was co-captain of the soccer team in his senior year.

In lacrosse, he played midfield and attack. Leading Maryland in scoring with 40 goals and 27 assists, Rudolph’s tactics were a crucial element in Washington College’s 8 - 2 record and a place at the top of the Middle Atlantic division in 1961.

In the days when the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association picked only one All-American team, he earned honorable mention three years and third team honors at attack in 1961. Rudolph was also chosen to play in the North-South All-Star game in 1962.

Off the field, Rudolph was a member of the Theta Chi fraternity and the Lettermen’s Club.

After graduation, Rudolph joined the U. S. Marine Corps as a communications officer, attained the rank of Captain and served in Vietnam. The vice president of operations at Taylor Dunn Manufacturing in California since 1970, Rudolph still enjoys the game of soccer by playing for the British Dominion Soccer Club’s Over 35 team.