2014 -- Finished his career as the No. 2 scorer in school history with 23 goals, but faced a season-ending injury after only 11 games in 2014... He scored two goals and took 30 shots, starting all 11 games he played in... He ended his career ranked second in goals, fourth in points (48), and first in shots (174)... Prior to the season he was named to both the WAC and CSM preseason all-league first teams, as well as CSM Offensive Player of the Year.
2013 -- Was named first-team All-WAC after leading the team in scoring for the third straight season with seven goals, tying for 13th in a single season at UMKC... He was the preseason WAC Offensive Player of the Year pick by the coaches... He tallied two game-winning goals, scoring against Grand Canyon and Air Force in back-to-back games... He was named the WAC Offensive Player of the Week after scoring against Omaha (9/24)... He was also named first-team all-conference by College Sports Madness... In conference play, he scored five goals to rank third in the league... He finished the season tied for second all-time in goals with 21... He tallied his fourth career double at Grand Canyon in a 2-1 win (10/13), while also scoring against Incarnate Word (9/21), Omaha (9/24), Houston Baptist (10/5), Air Force (10/18) and San Jose State (11/1)... Was named the Circle of Champions Award recipient for UMKC Athletics as the top athlete.
2012 -- A first-team All-Summit League selection and third-team NSCAA All-Midwest Region pick at forward... He is the first NSCAA All-Region pick since 2012 and 16th in school history... He led the 'Roos with seven goals to rank T-13th in a single season, while also logging two assists... Three of his goals were game-winners, coming against IPFW (9/22), Omaha (10/20) and IUPUI (10/27)... The IUPUI game saw him score two goals, the third double of his career... He was named the Summit League Player of the Week for his performance in that game (10/29)... Five of his goals came in conference play as well, tying him for the league lead in that category... He also scored against Central Arkansas (9/26), Saint Louis (9/1) and Oakland (10/13)... The goal against Central Arkansas was voted the UMKC Goal of the Year by his teammates... Had an assist against Oral Roberts (10/6) and Baker (9/6)... Led the team in shots (44) and points as well (16)... Moved into a tie for 11th all-time with 14 goals... His season-best total of five shots came at Eastern Illinois (9/30)... Earned Fall Academic Honor Roll and Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence for his work in the classroom.
2011 -- The 2011 Summit League Newcomer of the Year, he was also named first-team All-Summit League as a true freshman... He scored seven goals to lead the team, six of which came in conference play... He led the league with those six strikes in conference action, while ranking third overall in the conference in scoring... He was also named to the All-Newcomer Team in the league... He tallied goals against Oregon State, Eastern Illinois, Oral Roberts, IPFW, and Western Illinois... Scored two goals each in back-to-back games, tallying a pair against IPFW on Oct. 26, and two more on Oct. 29 vs. league champion Western Illinois... Started all 17 games at forward, logging a team-high 39 shots, 15 on goal... Had a season-high seven shots at IPFW... His seven goals also rank in a tie for 13th at UMKC in a season.
High School -- Was a two-time all-state, all-region and all-EKL honoree at Blue Valley North HS... earned all-metro honors as a senior... scored 19 goals and recorded eighth assists during senior campaign... holds the school record for most goals in a career and is tied for most goals in a season... team placed second at state in 2010... coached by Tom Holland.
Club Soccer -- Spent four years with the Kansas City Wizards, played two years in the Academy League... scored 16 goals in first year with the Academy, second most in conference... coached by Paul Rideout and Jon Parry.
Personal -- Born Feb. 26, 1993 in Southport England... parents are Paul and Carolyn Rideout... has two brothers Ben and Tyler... father played professional soccer in England... majoring in business.