Michael Holody

Michael Holody
Michael Holody
Michael Holody
Real Name: Michael Holody
HT: 6' 3" WT: 206
Age: 28 (03/30/1987)
Birthplace: Clarkston, MI
Hometown: Clarkston, MI

Acquired: Signed on March 1, 2011.

- Appeared in more games than any other rookie for the Rapids during the 2009 season.

- Finished his collegiate career as Michigan’s all-time leader in minutes played (6,498). 



- Did not make a regular season appearance for the Rapids.

- Started and played 90 minutes in U.S. Open Cup qualifier at KC (4/13).

- Played 37 minutes in second U.S. Open Cup qualifier at NY (5/26).

- Waived on Sept. 15. 


- Played in four games for 80 minutes and scored one goal.

- Scored first career MLS goal at Toronto (9/12) in only 7 minutes of action.

- Made MLS debut playing 16 minutes vs. Toronto FC (9/5).

- Played all 90 minutes at Seattle (5/26) in the second U.S. Open Cup play-in match.

- Selected by the Rapids in the fourth round (59th overall) of the 2009 MLS SuperDraft. 


- Went on loan with Real Maryland (USL-2) from June through August in 2009 and played in nine regular season games.


- Finished his career (2005-08) as the Maize and Blue's all-time leader in minutes played (6,498) and his 73 starts rank third on the career list.

- He dented the twine nine times, putting him in a tie for ninth on the all-time goals list.

- Holody collected a trio of all-conference honors and was named to the Big Ten All-Championship team on three occasions. 


- Attended Clarkston High School, where he was a National Honor Society member.

- All-state first team (2004), two-time all-state second team (2002-03), All-state honorable mention (2001).

- Captained the Michigan Bucks from 2006-08, winning the PDL championship in ’06.

- Was named PDL Central Conference Best XI in both 2007 and 2008.

- In 2008, was named to the PDL Best XI.

- Graduated from the College of Engineering and majored in industrial and operations engineering at Michigan.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
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