Drafted 19th overall by the LA Galaxy in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft ... ranks fifth all-time at Boston College in goals (28) and points (74) ... became the first Eagle to be named to the All-ACC First Team in three seasons.
AS A SENIOR (2012)
Served as one of four team captains ... named to the All-ACC First Team ... earned TopDrawerSoccer.com National Player of the Week and ACC Player of the Week accolades on October 2 ... appeared in 13 matches with 12 starts ... led BC in goals (5), assists (4), points (14) and game-winning goals (3) ... three of his goals came in ACC play and two of those were game-winners ... ranked fifth in the ACC in game-winning goals ... also ranked sixth in the conference in points per game (1.08), eighth in assists per game (0.31) and 10th in goals per game (0.38) ... ranked second in the conference in points per game (1.17) during ACC matches ... recorded a point in five-straight matches from September 22 to October 6 ... notched 12 points in those outings ... scored the only goal in a 1-0 win at No. 15 Wake Forest (10/6) in the 57th minute ... dished out an assist on Kevin Mejia's goal in a 1-1 draw at Harvard (10/2) ... played a factor in both goals in a 2-1 win vs. NC State (9/28) ... assisted on the first BC goal and then scored the eventual game-winner in the 66th minute against the Wolfpack ... recorded a career-high five points (two goals, one assist) in a 4-2 win against Rhode Island (9/25) ... assisted on Derrick Boateng's dramatic game-winner against San Francisco (9/22) with 11 seconds left in the second overtime ... scored the match's first goal in the 46th minute at Virginia Tech (9/14) in a contest that ended in a 1-1 draw.
AS A JUNIOR (2011)
Named to the All-ACC First Team and the ACC Championship All-Tournament Team ... was also a two-time ACC Player of the Week ... one of two players to start all 21 matches ... led BC with eight goals and was second with five assists and 21 points ... also led the squad with five game-winning goals ... had two goals and one assist in ACC contests ... ranked second in the ACC in game-winning goals and eighth in goals ... played a part in nine game-winning goals ... tallied the eventual game-winner in the opening round of the ACC Championship at No. 2 Maryland (11/8) ... scored in double overtime vs. Duke (10/22) in the 107th minute ... assisted on Kyle Bekker's goal at Boston University (10/18) in a 1-0 victory ... had assists in consecutive matches against Harvard (10/11) and Wake Forest (10/7) ... both helpers were eventual game-winners ... scored a goal at Brown (9/27) and notched the match's lone goal in the second minute at Rhode Island (9/23) ... scored the game-winner in overtime in the 93rd minute vs. Virginia Tech (9/16) on a header ... assisted on the game-winner at No. 22 Dartmouth (9/4) ... had a goal vs. Quinnipiac and an assist against Fairfield (8/29) ... recorded two goals, including the game-winner in the 89th minute, in the season opener vs. George Mason (8/26).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010)
One of three players to start all 20 matches ... All-ACC First Team honoree ... All-South Atlantic Region second team member ... led the team with 18 points and eight goals while adding two assists ... also led the Eagles with four goals and eight points in ACC play ... ranked seventh in the conference in goals and eighth in points ... in ACC action only, he ranked fourth in goals and sixth in points ... scored on a free kick in the second minute of a 3-1 win vs. Virginia Tech (11/5) ... notched an unassisted goal at Wake Forest (10/30) ... assisted on Isaac Taylor's goal vs. Dartmouth (10/27) that led to a 2-1 win ... found the back of the net in a 1-1 tie against No. 8 Virginia (10/22) ... added a goal in a 3-0 win against Holy Cross (10/12) ... scored BC's first goal in a 4-3 win vs. NC State (10/1) ... recorded a goal against Rhode Island (9/21) and had a goal and an assist in a 4-0 win against Boston University (9/17) ... tallied a goal in the 3-2 season-opening win against Hartford (9/1).
AS A FRESHMAN (2009)
Played in 22 games, including all eight ACC contests ... earned All-ACC Freshmen Team accolades ... registered a team-high 21 points - seven goals and seven assists; recorded seven points - three goals and one assist - in conference contests ... led all BC players with 48 shots and 15 shots on goal (31.2 shots-on-goal percentage) ... enjoyed three game-winning goals, ranking tied for first on the team ... finished the regular season ranked among the league leaders (league games only) in several offensive categories - goals (3; t-fourth), goals per game (0.38; t-fourth), points (7; t-sixth) and points per game (0.88; t-sixth) ... earned ACC Co-Player of the Week honors on Oct. 20 after he scored two first-half goals in a 2-1 win at No. 2 North Carolina (10/17); lifted the Eagles to a one-goal lead in the 14th minute and doubled the team's lead in the 25th ... netted his first two collegiate goals in a 3-0 home win over Fairfield (9/15) ... recorded four points - one goal and two assists - in a 6-4 loss to Drake (11/29) in the third round of the NCAA Tournament in Newton, Mass. ... scored the decisive goal in the 59th minute of a 2-1 win at Hartford (9/22) ... assisted on all three of Edvin Worley's game-winning goals - at No. 14 Boston University (9/18), at Holy Cross (10/21) and against No. 15 Duke (11/11) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament.
Earned 2008 NSCAA/adidas High School All-America honors; also earned NSCAA/adidas Massachusetts Player of the Year honors as a senior forward at The Rivers School ... also gained Gatorade Massachusetts Player of the Year honors in 2008-09 ... captured 2008 All-New England ... twice gained All-State accolades ... was a 2008 Boston Globe ISL All-Scholastic selection; led all Independent School League scorers with 22 goals and nine assists in his senior season ... led Rivers to the 2008 NESPAC title game ... played for head coach Robert Pipe ... played club soccer with the FC Greater Boston Bolts and the FC Blazers ... also competed in Massachusetts Olympic Development Program.
Charles Nosike Rugg, born October 2, 1990 ... is also an accomplished artist ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... Charlie is the son of Jennifer Rugg and Peter Black; has a younger brother Lucas Black.
RUGG'S CAREER STATISTICS
RUGG'S CAREER HIGHS Goals: 2 (4x) last vs. Rhode Island (9/25/12) Assists: 2 vs. Drake (11/29/09) Points: 5 vs. Rhode Island (9/25/12)