(2004 - Junior): Named All-MPSF first team for the second straight year after finishing fourth in the league in both points (16) and goals (seven), both team highs ... also added two assists, which tied for the team lead ... named MPSF Player of the Week (Oct. 11) after scoring the game-winning goal in the final minutes against Denver on Oct. 8 (1-0 win) and assisting on the game-winning goal against Air Force on Oct. 10 in a 2-1 win ... also scored game-winners against Navy (Sept 6), San Jose State (Oct. 15) and Sacramento State (Oct. 29), to give him a team-high four game-winners.
(2003 - Sophomore): Started all 18 games ... tallied two goals, at UC Riverside (Oct. 5) and at New Mexco (Oct. 18) ... also tied for the team lead with four assists, and finished the season with eight points ... was named to the All-MPSF first team.
(2002 - Freshman): Played in 19 games with 13 starts ... scored seven goals with one assist ... scored his first goal in a 4-1 victory over Northern Illinois (Sept. 1) ... gave the Rebels an early 1-0 lead over No. 18 Boston College (Sept. 6) ... scored the game-winning goal in the 95th minute over UC-Irvine (Sept. 27). High School: Four-year letterwinner in soccer under coaches Jeff Brooks and Troy Sletton ... started at midfield for three years ... team reached the first round of the state playoffs as a sophomore and quarterfinals as a junior.
Club: Competed in club soccer with the West Villa Thunder ... Oregon state champions and regional finalists ... also played for F.C. Portland ... Oregon state champions and regional semifinalists.
Personal: Rodion Sergey Dyachenko ... born on Sept. 22, 1983, in Russia ... son of Sergey and Luydmila Dyachenko ... has one brother, Kosta who plays soccer at Western Baptist College ... majoring in psychology.
DYACHENKO'S CAREER STATISTICS Year G-GS Shots Goals Assists Points 2002 19-13 17 7 1 15 2003 18-18 23 2 4 8 2004 16-16 37 7 2 16 Totals 37-31 77 15 7 37