As a Senior in 2004: One of the most dynamic and explosive forwards in the country ... excellent touch around the net ... NSCAA third team All-America selection ...school's all-time leader in points with 112 ... second in career goals (43) and fourth in career assists (26) ... All-ACC first team honoree ... Hermann Trophy Watch semifinalist ... scored 11 goals and eight assists for 30 points ... held off a Hoosier defender to send a pass to Jason Garey for Maryland's first goal against Indiana in the national semifinals (12/10) ... charged up the right sideline creating Maryland's first score against Hofstra in NCAA Tournament action (11/23) ... scored the game-winner against Clemson at the ACC Tournament (11/10) on a penalty kick... after returning to the lineup following a knee and hamstring injury, tallied an assist on a midfield header against Clemson (10/31) ... earned an assist to help Maryland snap its three-game losing streak against Villanova (10/6) ... registered Maryland's only goal in 2-1 loss against No. 13 Duke (9/25) ... scored career-high seven points on three goals and an assist against Loyola (9/14) ... added a goal against Georgetown (9/12) to help Maryland win its annual tournament ... scored five points, including the game-winning goal and a skillful half volley from the top of the box, to lead the Terps to a 5-2 win over No. 2 St. John's (9/10) ... named co-MVP of the Maryland/adidas Classic along with Jason Garey ... opened the season with three goals and two assists in wins over Long Island (9/3) and Marshall (9/5) ... selected to the Virginia/Nike Classic all-tournament team and a member of the College Soccer News team of the week (9/7).
As a Junior in 2003: One of the best finishers in the nation ... tremendous skill on the ball ... knack for putting the ball in the back of the net ... Hermann Trophy semifinalist ... ranks tied for fifth all-time in career goals (32) and fourth all-time in career points (82) heading into his senior campaign ... tied the game off a rebound against Saint Louis (12/7) for first career NCAA Tournament goal ... great through ball helped set up team's first goal ... tremendous force in first half against Old Dominion (11/26) ... saw action in both ACC Tournament matches after sitting out a month (Oct. 9-Nov. 13) with a foot injury ... assisted game-winner against Georgetown (10/8) ... touched ahead to Jason Garey for game-winning assist against George Mason (9/24) ... Maryland Student-Athlete of the Week (9/21) ... scored game-winner on free kick and added an assist in win over Duke (9/20) ... registered three points (one goal, one assist) in win over Loyola (9/10) ... put tremendous pressure on the No.1 UCLA (9/5) defense in the first 10 minutes of the second half forcing a penalty kick ... converted penalty kick to lift Terps to victory over the Bruins ... named Maryland/adidas Soccer Challenge Offensive MVP and ACC Player of the Week (9/8) for his efforts against the Bruins ... decisive goal against No.15 Furman (8/29).
As a Sophomore in 2002: Had one of the most prolific scoring seasons in Terrapin history ... his 36 points (14 goals and eight assists) tied for seventh-best in school history for a season ... needs just five more points to crack Maryland's all-time list for career points ... one of team's tri-captains ... fifth in the ACC in goals per game (0.56) and points per game (1.44) ... perfect 4-4 on penalty kicks ... scored a hat trick in Maryland's 3-0 victory over No. 7 Virginia in the ACC Championship final (11/17) ... broke or tied three ACC Tournament records, setting the record for goals in a tournament (5), and tying the records for goals in a game (3) and points in a tournament (11) ... earned Maryland/FILA Classic all-tournament honors after netting two goals and adding an assist in Maryland's 4-1 win over Va. Commonwealth (9/8) en route to the team's first championship in the tournament's three-year history... received Maryland Student-Athlete of the Week honors after scoring the game-winning goal at NC State (9/15) and after his ACC performance (11/18) ... second on the team in game-winning goals with five: at NC State (9/15), vs. William & Mary (9/18), at Georgetown (10/9) vs. Bucknell (10/6), and vs. Virginia (11/17).
As a Sophomore in 2001: Named tri-captain in the spring after taking a medical redshirt in the fall of 2001 after breaking his right foot.
As a Freshman in 2000: Terps' leading scorer in 2000 with 13 goals and five assists ... in the final 10 games of the season, Thompson accumulated 23 points on 10 goals, four of which were game-winners, and added three assists ... had the game-winning goal in six contests: South Florida (9/3), NC State (9/17), Monmouth (10/4), Loyola (9/20), Virginia Commonwealth (10/14), and William & Mary (10/22) ... had three multiple-goal games against NC State (9/17- two goals), Monmouth (10/4- three goals) and George Mason (10/11- two goals) ... tallied a career-high six points against Monmouth (10/4) on three straight goals in just over eight minutes ... also scored against Duke in the regular season (9/24) and in the ACC Tournament (11/9) ... joined classmate Bryan Vitagliano on the assist of Philip Sayler's game-winner against American (9/27) ... also set up Seth Stammler's game-winner against Duquesne (10/18).
Before Maryland: A NSCAA and Parade All-American, Thompson's W.T. Woodson team went an outstanding 19-2-1, winning the AAA Virginia state championship in 2000 ... the Gatorade Virginia High School Player of the Year, he was also named the Washington Area Soccer Association striker of the year ... a four-time first team all-district selection, Thompson was also picked for first team all-region and All-Met honors three times each ... a first team all-state selection in 2000, he tallied 84 goals and 18 assists as a four-year starter ... spent the summer of 2000 with the U-20 national team ... was also recruited by Indiana, Duke, Clemson, South Carolina and Wake Forest.
Personal: Born on Jan 12, 1982 in Tuscon, Ariz., Thompson is the son of Allen and Holly Thompson ... Thompson has two younger sisters, Rachel (16) and Emily (14) ... a criminal justice major, his full name is Abraham Broham Thompson.
Career Statistics Year M-S G A Pts GWG Sht 2000 19-19 13 5 31 6 84 2001 Redshirt Season 2002 25-24 14 8 36 5 69 2003 15-12 5 5 15 3 46 2004 20-20 11 8 30 3 76 Totals 79-75 43 26 112 17 275