o All-ACC Second Team selection in 2003.
o Tri-captain with Lindsay Givens & Jennifer Lovecchio.
o Started 19 of 21 games at midfield in 2003, playing 1642 min.
o Has three goals and four assists for 10 points.
o Fifth all-time in career assists with 18, tied with Lindsay Givens.
o Fourth all-time in career game-winning goals with seven, one shy of Jackie Mynarski (96-99) for third all-time, who had eight.
o Stands tied for 11th all-time in career points with 40.
o Picked up 18th career assist in Senior Night win over Navy (11/2).
o Scored on a header just 19 seconds into win over Wake (10/25).
o Suffered an ankle injury late vs. UNC (10/5) and did not start vs. Clemson (10/10), ending a run of 47 consecutive starts.
o Tallied career-high five points including first career multi-goal game in win over James Madison (10/1).
o Named to Maryland/adidas Classic All-Tournament Team.
o Assisted Audra Poulin’s game-sealing goal vs. Tennessee (9/20).
o Picked up first assist of ‘03 and 15th of career vs. Towson (9/12).
o Named to ACC All-Tournament Team in 2002.
o Started all 22 games in the midfield, playing 1505 min. in ‘02
o Tied school record for assists in a game with three at Rutgers (9/6), record set by Dana Jarzyniecki on 10/11/00.
o NSCAA and Soccer Buzz All-Region Third Team in 2001.
o Has made a succesful recovery from two torn ACL injuries -- one suffered five games into her freshman year and the other in the spring of her freshman season while she was recovering.
On Biscoe: Honors candidate as a senior … member of ACC All-Tournament Team as a junior after earning Mid-Atlantic All-Region honors as a sophomore ... will serve a team captain for the second consecutive year along with Lindsay Givens and Jennifer Lovecchio ... “the engine of the Maryland team” according to Higgins-Cirovski ... has potential to be one of the best center midfielders in ACC ... great dribbling and passing skills ... a tireless worker in the midfield on both the offensive and defensive ends, making everyone on the field better ... has made complete and triumphant recovery from a pair of surgeries to repair torn ACLs suffered in 2000 and 2001 … enters her senior season sixth all-time on the career assist list with 14 … also stands fourth on career game-winning goals list with seven … nine assists last season, tied for the fourth-most in a single-season in Terp history … co-holder of school’s single-game assist record with three in a game, set vs. Rutgers (9/6/02).
As a junior (2002): Earned a spot on the ACC All-Tournament Team for her outstanding play in leading the Terps to the semifinals of the conference championships … served as a tri-captain with Carly Viher and Lindsay Givens … started all 22 games in the midfield, playing 1,505 minutes … led team in assists with nine, tying for fourth most in a single-season at Maryland … posted ninth assist on Kimmy Francis goal vs. American (11/15) in NCAA First Round … netted two assists for third time in career at No. 19 Florida State (11/7) in ACC Quarterfinal ... assisted game-winner by Ali Andrzejewski in 54th minute … notched second game-winner at James Madison (10/28), knocking in a rebound … scored game-winner on diving header on a rebound shot by Katie Ludwig at Clemson (10/20) for first goal of the year … that goal was sixth career game-winner, fourth most by a player at UM … assisted Andrzejewski’s goal vs. George Mason (10/16) … tied school record for assists in a game with three at Rutgers (9/6), record set by Dana Jarzyniecki on 10/11/00 … was hindered by knee and throat injuries early in the year after being injured at Connecticut (9/1) … named to the Maryland Honor Roll and ACC Honor Roll.
As a sophomore (2001): Named to the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region Third Team and the Soccer Buzz Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team ... played in the final 16 matches, starting 14 ... led the team in points (15) and tied with Kim King for the team lead in goals (5) ... notched team-high four game-winning goals ... second on club with 37 shots ... returned from second ACL tear (suffered in the spring of 2001) in the fourth game of the year vs. East Carolina (9/9), playing 18 minutes, exactly one year to the day she originally tore her ACL at Richmond ... posted career-high two assists vs. George Washington (9/21) in first start since return to lineup ... scored game-tying goal at George Mason (9/26) for first goal of season ... netted game-winner vs. Loyola (9/30) just 2:39 into the match ... assisted Courtney Beirne’s goal vs. North Carolina (10/5), the first-ever goal by the Terps vs. UNC ... set up Audra Poulin’s game-winner to upset No. 8 Clemson (10/13) in double overtime ... notched game-winner at William & Mary (10/21) in 59th minute, scoring on header ... third game-winner of year lifted Terps to overtime win over Rutgers (10/24), also on a header ... notched fourth game-winner vs. Mount St. Mary’s (10/31) in 54th minute ... posted an assist at the ACC Tournament against Florida State (11/8).
As a freshman (2000): Played and started in the first five games of the season before suffering a season-ending ACL tear to her right knee 25 minutes into the match at Richmond (9/9) ... underwent surgery for an isolated ACL tear on Sept. 22 ... started at center halfback for first five games of the year ... scored first collegiate goal for the game-winner against Towson (9/6) … returned to action in the spring season only to tear her ACL again before undergoing successful surgery on March 7, 2001.
Before Maryland: Graduated from John Carroll High School in Bel Air, Md. ... Baltimore Sun Player of the Year in 1999 as a senior ... earned MVP honors at the Maryland State Championships in 1999 as team captured the state championship ... led team in goals (13), assists (17) and points (43) as a senior captain... Patriots went 20-1-1 during senior year ... All-Maryland State selection in 1998 and 1999 ... All-Metro and all-county first team ... played for the Baltimore Pride club team for four years... spent past summer playing at the Amateur Sports Festival as a member of the U-23 team in Pennsylvania ... earned all-league and all-county in basketball and lacrosse.
Personal: Jennifer Nicole Biscoe ... born March 8, 1982 ... daughter of Susan and Robert Biscoe ... sister of Rob (23) ... majoring in communications ... aspires to work in sports marketing.
Career Stats Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots GWG 2000 5 5 1 0 2 7 1 2001 16 14 5 5 15 37 4 2002 22 22 2 9 13 31 2 2003 21 19 3 4 10 29 0 Tot. 64 60 11 18 40 104 7
Career Highs Goals: 1 on eight occasions (last at James Madison, 10/28/02) Assists: 3 vs. Rutgers (9/6/02) Points: 3 vs. Rutgers (9/6/02)