Rudolph has proven himself to not only be an elite scorer throughout his basketball career but a great leader for every team that he has played for. The New Bedford native has earned many accolades throughout high school such as: 3 time South Coast Standard Times Newspaper High School Player of the Year. Rudolph is the only player in New Bedford High School history with over 1,200 points, 600 assist, and 200 steals. This has led him to become a McDonald’s All American Nominee at New Bedford High School. The accolades don’t stop there, he also earned 2006 Dave Cowens Award Winner (Top Basketball Player in the Southeastern Massachusetts), Boston Herald Dream Team Member (1 of 5 best players in Massachusetts) &; Boston Globe All Scholastic Member - Starting Point Guard for the 2006-2007 #1 Ranked Prep School Basketball team in the Nation, 30-5 record and NEPSAC Champions, -MVP of New England Prep School Athletic Conference Tournament.
Rudolph’s outstanding high school career helped earn himself a Full Scholarship to Loyola University Maryland. He was a 4 year starter and 2 year Captain at Loyola. He was 2007-2008 MAAC Conference Rookie of the Year & Ranked 2nd all-time in games played at Loyola University Maryland. Showcasing his unselfish point guard skills he became the 2nd all-time in assist at Loyola University Maryland.
Rudolph continued his basketball career at the professional level where he became the Starting Point Guard for Cape Verde Men’s National Basketball Team from 2012-2016. Lead the team in Scoring and Assist in the 2013 AfroBasket Tournament in Ivory Coast.
After wrapping up his professional career Rudolph decided to go into coaching where he served as an assistant coach at UMass Dartmouth (2014-17) he later took on the Varsity Head Coach at his home town and alma-mater New Bedford High School of which he led to a 16-6 record in his first year.