2009: Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week October 19 after scoring two game winning goals at Indiana in double overtime (10/18), and vs. BGSU (10/21)...Had five total goals on the season with the others vs. Lipscomb (9/11), vs. Wright State (9/13), and at Wisconsin (10/11)...Had seven assists on the season...Started all 21 games of the season
2008: The team's top returning scorer with three goals and four assists in 2008 ... Started all 20 games ... Scored first-career game-winning goal and first of the season in MSU's 1-0 win over Buffalo (9/12) ... Scored second game-winner when he got the first goal in a 6-0 win at Western Michigan (9/24) ... Picked up a goal at Bowling Green (10/29) in a 4-0 victory ... Assisted on Doug DeMartin's game winner in the Big Ten Championship win over Indiana (11/16) ... Also drew assists in wins over St. Francis (8/29) and Cincinnati (10/22) and picked up one helper in a loss to UC Davis (9/7) ... His 19 shots last season are the most by any returning player.
2007: 2007: Saw action in all 21 matches, making first career starts at Valparaiso (10/21) and in Big Ten Championship versus Penn State (11/8) ... Became team's top reserve midfielder ... Took 13 shots, including five on goal ... Scored first goal at Vermont (9/9) ... Attempted career-high three shots at Northwestern (10/28).
2006: Redshirted in first year.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at St. Francis Collegiate Prep and one-year captain ... Spartans posted a 69-21-6 record with Ricondo on the squad ... Earned three All-Suburban Catholic Conference honors and Player of the Year honors after his 30-goal senior year ... Member of Chicago Tribune's All-State Second Team and two-time member of the Daily Herald's All-Area Team ... Posted 76 goals in high school career ... Played on Ajax Club team and Illinois ODP team.
Personal: Born Sept. 25, 1987 ... Son of Ramon and Nancy Ricondo ... Criminal justice major.
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