2002: Godfrey played an aggressive midfield position as a senior. He started all 18 games he played in as a senior. He was able to move forward and be regular in the MU offense, taking 24 shots. He scored three goals, two on penalty kicks. He got his first point of the year, assisting on MU's only goal in a victory over Saint Louis (Sept. 7). His first penalty kick goal of the year was also his first, striking against Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 8). He scored both Marquette goals in a 2-1 win over DePaul (Nov. 6), scoring a PK goal and a goal in regular play.
2001: A starter in every match in 2001, Godfrey was an active, versatile midfielder. He was aggressive on the defensive and and was very involved in the offense. He was fifth on the team in scoring with 11 points and with 25 shots. While he was an important offensive figure, he did not find the scoring touch until the second half of the season. He scored his first point on an assist at Northwestern (Oct. 17) and logged his first goal three matches later against Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 31), scoring the match winner. In all, Godfrey tallied three goals and notched 11 assists.
2000: Godfrey saw action in all 19 of Marquette's matches, starting in all. An active defender, Godfrey also got into the flow with the Golden Eagles' offense, scoring six points on the season to raise his career total to 14. He tossed in two goals on the season, one in the season-opening 5-1 win over Wis.-Milwaukee (Sept. 1) and the other in a 3-2 victory over Drake (Sept. 22). His assists came against Cal Poly (Sept. 15) and Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 10).
1999: Named to Conference USA All-Freshmen Team, Godfrey proved to be a strong two-way player who made an immediate impact at the center midfield. He started all 17 games in which he played, missing two games due to injury in the middle of the season. He made collegiate debut as a member of the starting lineup at Portland (Sept. 4). He picked up first collegiate point with an assist on Mike Adrian's game-winning goal against DePaul (Sept. 22). Godfrey netted first collegiate goal at Charlotte (Oct. 10).
At Castle: A four-year varsity letterwinner, Godfrey was named all-state second team in his senior year. He was also an all-state honorable mention as a sophomore and junior. Godfrey was named all-conference and all-district selection following sophomore, junior and senior seasons. He helped lead Castle to its first-ever semi-state appearance and the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference championship as a senior, when he scored 52 points on 20 goals and 12 assists. He tallied 35 goals and 30 assists in his prep career. Godfrey was a member of the ODP State Team from 1996-98 and in the ODP Regional pool in 1998.
Personal: Born July 6, 1980, Godfrey is the son of Mark and Terri Godfrey. He has an older sister and a younger brother. His sister Megan was a member of the University of Indianapolis swim team and qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships in four events in 1999. He is a business administration major.