As a Senior in 2004: Talented player who added another scoring punch ... battled an injury to his kneecap ... huge game-winning goal with just over four minutes to play at Virginia (11/5) scored a goal against Marshall (9/5) at the Virginia/Nike Classic.
As a Junior in 2003: Strong player who gave the Terps depth up top ... one of the first forwards off the bench ... saw action in 20 matches ... saw action in every NCAA Tournament match ... dished out an assist on Sumed's goal against George Mason (9/24) ... scored on a header with just seconds remaining in the first half in 4-0 win over Butler (8/31).
As a Sophomore in 2002: Saw action in eight games, starting the Mount St. Mary's game (11/8) ... scored on one of his two shots of the season vs. Rhode Island (8/30) at the Virginia Soccer Classic ... also had an assist in the Rhode Island game (8/30).
As a Redshirt Freshman in 2001: Played in 13 games, starting the Manhattan contest (11/7) ... scored first collegiate point off an assist to Sumed Ibrahim's game-winner vs. Princeton (10/3) ... his first career goal came vs. NC State (11/11) ... took eight shots.
As a Freshman in 2000: Played in four games before suffering a stress fracture in the fifth metatarsal bone of his left foot and taking a medical redshirt.
Before Maryland: A three-year letterwinner at Robinson, Arnold was the team's scoring leader in 1998 as well as during Robinson's un to the Virginia state finals in 2000 ... a 2000 team captain, he was a second team all-state selection, as well as being picked for Northern Region and Patriot District first-team recognition ... a second team All-Met selection, Arnold's squad was both the 2000 Northern Region and 1998, '99, and '00 Patriot District champions ... was awarded the Robinson Athletic Booster Award ... a member of the Braddock Road Warhawks, which captured the Virginia State club championship three consecutive years (1997, `98, `99) as well as the 1999 U-17 national championship ... played with Terrapin teammates Clarence Goodson and Abe Thompson for the Warhawks ... also won the Danish National Championship in 1996 for VFF (Viborg Fodsports Foreining).
Personal: The son of Mark and Karen Arnold, his full name is Jason Nathaniel Arnold ... his father, Mark, played baseball at the Naval Academy between 1976-79 ... has a younger sister Courtney ... born on April 20, 1982 in Brunswick, Maine, he is majoring in criminal justice.
Career Statistics Year M-S G A Pt GWG Sht 2000* 4-0 0 0 0 0 0 2001 13-1 1 1 3 0 8 2002 8-1 1 1 3 0 2 2003 20-0 1 1 3 0 4 2004 15-1 2 0 4 1 6 Totals 60-3 5 3 13 1 20 *Redshirt year