|Hometown:||Cunupia, Trinidad & Tobago|
|High School:||Queens Royal College|
Cirovski on Holder: "Thorne has tremendous athletic potential with a great appetite for the game. We are expecting him to improve rapidly."
Before Maryland: Keeper for the U-20 Trinidad & Tobago CONCACAF qualifying team in 2005 that played at the Home Depot Center ... starting keeper for the U-23 Olympic pool ... has been groomed by former US National Staff coach and Columbia, Md. resident Lincoln Phillips, who also serves as the technical director and head goalkeeper coach for T&T ... played four seasons for Queens Royal College Intercol ... served as captain in 2003 when QRC won the North Zone Intercol title, the first title in the team's last nine seasons ... led the league in goals against with seven shutouts in 17 matches ... named to the all-star team ... played for the San Juan Jabloteh U-20 in 2004 and was recognized as the league's top keeper ... served as vice captain for the U-17 team which advanced to the final qualifying round in the world youth championship ... also served as a goalkeeper coach at La Foucade Soccer Clinic, the most recognized clinic in Trinidad, for the past three years.
Personal: Full name is Hasely Thorne Holder ... the son of Judy Holder and Frank Francois ... born April 4, 1986 ... has an older sister, Hazel ... lists his favorite athlete as Shaka Hislop ... majoring in english.