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#16 Max Ferdinand, Midfielder


Position: Midfielder
Date of Birth: 11/04/1986
Height: 5' 11"   Weight: 150 lbs
Hometown: Reading, PA


2013-2014 Season Highlights: Max Fedinand enters his sixth season with the Blast coming off a season where he tallied 43 points. Ferdinand was third in the team in points, tied for second in total goals with 17, and second in 3 point goals with 3.

Career Highlights: 

2012-13 Season Highlights: Ferdinand ranked 3rd among his teammates for most points during the regular season…Ranked 15th in the league in assists (Tied with Healey) and 17th in total points. He scored 17 goals and had 14 assist for a grand total of 49 points… Ferdinand was named the MISL player of the week for the fourth week of the 2012-13 season… He had 1 goal and 3 assists against the Wichita Wings (11/23/12)… He recorded 6 points against the Rochester Lancers with a hat trick of two-point goals (1/04/13)… Ferdinand scored 2 two-point goals and had 3 assists in the game against the Missouri Comets (2/10/13)… Ferdinand appeared in 26 games for the Baltimore Blast during the 2012-13 season. 

2011-12 Season Highlights: Ferdinand was named First-Team All-MISL after leading the Blast and ranking fifth in the MISL with 72 points… He also led the league with 25 assists, earning the MISL Assist Title... He recorded the game-winning goal in the 15-13 overtime win over the Silver Knights (3/4/12)... Ferdinand led the Blast with two goals and five assists (nine points) in the 18-12 win over the Wings (3/2/12)... He set career highs in games, goals, assists and blocks... Ferdinand recorded two hat tricks (1/20/12 and 12/9/11) and scored the 100th point of his career on December 9... He recorded at least one point in 21 of 24 games.

2010-11 Season Highlights: He ranked second on the Blast and ninth in the MISL with 43 points and matched his rookie season scoring output; he also tied for third in the MISL with four three-point goals...Ferdinand set career highs in three-point goals and points...He scored the game-winning three-point goal in the 16-13 OT win over the Riot (2/27/11)...Ferdinand scored one goal in each of the Blast’s first three games and had one goal in 12 of 20 games.

2009-10 Season: Ferdinand was the 2010 MISL Rookie if the Year... He tied Denison Cabral to rank third on the Blast and 13th in the MISL with 35 points... He scored at least one goal in eight of the 18 games he played in and scored two or more goals in four games... Ferdinand led the Blast and recorded his second hat trick of the season in the 12-8 win over La RaZa (2/19/10)... His first hat trick came in the 10-8 win in Rockford (12/27/09) where he had three of the Blast’s four goals, including two three-pointers… He was named MISL Player of the Week on December 18... He recorded the first goal of his professional career in the 14-13 win over La RaZa (12/13/09).

Outdoor Highlights: Played two seasons with the Rochester Rhinos, recording two goals and two assists.

Personal: Ferdinand was a finalist in the Sueño MLS 2009, the nationally-televised player search.  


Career Statistics »

2009-2010 Baltimore 18 2 12 -- 14 5 35 6 6
2014-15 Season »
0 William Vanzela Goalkeeper
1 Phil Saunders Goalkeeper
2 Jamie Darvill Forward
4 Diego Zuniga Forward
6 Edwin Cubillo Defender
7 Levi Houapeu Forward
8 Lucas Roque Forward
9 Pat Healey Defender
11 Tony Donatelli Forward
12 Adriano Dos Santos Defender
13 Lucio Gonzaga Midfielder
14 Onua Obasi Defender
15 Adauto Neto Forward
16 Max Ferdinand Midfielder
19 Jerjer Gibson Forward
20 Mike Deasel Defender
22 Juan Pereira Midfielder
23 Jonatas Melo Midfielder
24 Drew Ruggles Defender
25 Kaoru Forbess Defender
28 Vini Dantas Forward

Full roster...

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