Updated: December 2, 2014
2014: After suffering a season-ending knee injury during preseason, appeared in one game on senior night against Pitssburgh, earning the final start of his career.
2013: Appeared in 14 games, making nine starts at either center back or forward... Provide the game-tying assist on the goal in a 1-1 draw with Duke... Recorded three shots in matches against Boston College and VMI.
2012: Started all 20 games at center back ... One of five Hokies to start every game … Helped the defense earn shutouts against Richmond, Temple, St. Bonaventure and Longwood … Notched a season-high three shots against St. Bonaventure … Led the backline with 1,698 minutes … Recorded 14 shots on the season.
2011: Started all 18 games he played in as a center back … One of six Hokies to start every game he played in … Scored a goal and had an assist on the season for three points … Saw first collegiate action and earned first career start in the season-opener against Howard … Scored the game-winning goal against Longwood, heading in a corner kick from Ben Strong … Assisted on Strong’s goal at Radford … Helped the defense notch four shutouts (No. 1 North Carolina, Longwood, Wright State and No. 21 Virginia) … Led the Hokie backline with 1,689 minutes played … Took eight shots on the season ... Named Academic All-ACC.
2010: Redshirted due to medical hardship.
High School: Played at Bishop O'Dowd H.S. ... Named first team All-Hayward Area Athletic League and second team All-East Bay ... Named to All-California team by ESPN Rise … Led Bishop O’Dowd to undefeated 20-0-3 record as a senior ... High school teammate of Devante Dubose and Michael Garrick.
Personal: Born December 10, 1991 in San Francisco, Calif. ... Son of Michael and Alice Ranahan ... Has a twin brother, Charlie and one sister, Kate ... Majoring in economics.