2002: Saw limited action in his one season with Marquette, playing just three times. He left the program following the 2002 season.
2001: Redshirted in 2001 after sitting out a year per NCAA transfer rules.
At Bradley (2000): Opgenorth saw action in 17 matches for Bradley as a freshman, all off the bench. He was a defensive midfielder who had two shots on the year.
At University Lakes: Opgenorth was his league's leading scorer in each of his four years. He led ULHS to four-straight conference titles and was a three-time league MVP. He had 27 goals and nine assists for 63 points in 18 games as a junior. As a senior, he scored 26 goals and added 10 assists for 82 points. At the club level, Opgenorth helped the Milwaukee Kickers to the State Cup championship in 1998 and a runner-up finish in 1999. He also played for the Wisconsin ODP team for five years.
Personal: Opgenorth was born March 16, 1982, to James and Gail Opgenorth. He is an engineering major.
Opgenorth's Career Stats
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