Accolades: Like teammate Bobby Atwell, he was selected as a team captain for the second consecutive season, becoming just one of nine Retrievers in school history to earn multiple captaincies… A 2007 Second-Team America East All-Conference selection at midfield...UMBC’s all-time scoring leader in NCAA Division I Championships with nine points (eight goals, one assist) in four contests… The team’s active leading scorer with 42 goals and 17 assists (59 career points).
2008: Competed at both midfield and attack during the campaign… Produced his first multiple-point game of the season with a goal and two helpers in the March 1 victory over
2007: Built on an impressive ending to the ’06 season, as he started the campaign with two goals in the season opener vs. Brown, including game-winner in overtime… Continued his outstanding play vs. the Ivy League as he posted two goals and an assist vs. Penn on March 10… Produced multiple points vs. Penn, (two goals, one assist), Maryland, (two goals) Ohio State, (one goal, one assist) and Towson (three goals, one assist)… The four-point effort against the Tigers was a career high, which he tied with the same output in the America East title game at Albany… Tied a school record by scoring three man-up goals in the win over
2006: UMBC’s most productive freshman on the offensive end… Competed in all 15 games and saw increased action as the season wore on… Opened many eyes with his “hat trick” in the NCAA Tournament game vs. Princeton… Scored back-to-back goals to bring UMBC to within 9-6 with five minutes remaining… Ended the season with nine goals and 10 points… Scored his first collegiate goal in the home opener vs. Air Force… Had his first multiple point effort with a goal and as assist vs. Hartford… Also hit the nets at Binghamton and Vermont and tallied twice in the America East title game vs. Albany.
Background: Majoring in business technology administration with a minor in psychology... Earned First-Team All-County recognition from The Baltimore Sun and The Capital and All Metro honors from The Washington Post after his senior campaign at Annapolis…Also earned the Panthers’ Most Valuable Player award in 2005…Scored twice in the final 30 seconds to lead AHS to a 9-8 win in the regional quarter-finals over Broadneck… Was a Second Team All County honoree as a junior… Part of a state championship team as a sophomore in 2003… “Hoppi” also lettered in soccer and track and led the soccer team in scoring in his junior and senior years… A member of the student government at Annapolis… A musician who enjoys playing the trumpet alongside his father…has brothers, Craig, 22, and Scott, 16…Son of Christine and Christopher Hopmann… Born September 11, 1987.