Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Annapolis, Md.
High School: St. Mary's HS


As a Junior in 2009: Saw action in five Maryland victories in 2009...recorded three assists on the year...dished out assists versus James Madison, Virginia Tech and in NCAA Tournament action against Colgate...added a groundball in Maryland's regular season finale against Princeton.

As a Sophomore in 2008: Played in 10 games for the Terps, registering one goal and eight assists...also secured one draw control...tallied a .200 shot percentage.

As a Freshman in 2007: Appeared in nine games and had four goals and six assists ... one assist at Virginia Tech (4/22) ... scored a goal and an assist against Loyola (4/13) ... one goal against Ohio State (4/6) ... one assist against Stanford (3/28) ... one goal against Brown (3/10) ... set career highs with three assists and four points while picking up a ground ball in the season-opener at UMBC.

Prep: Set a high school single season record with 106 assists as a junior at St. Mary's ... earned high school All-America honors ... selected by the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun as the Anne Arundel County Player of the Year in 2005 ... was also an All-Met selection by the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun ... team MVP ... helped her team to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) title ... helped the Mid-Atlantic team to the championship at the 2005 year's National School Girls Tournament ... All-Galaxy first team.

Personal: Allison Kay Perkins was born March 22, 1988 ... daughter of Debra and Mark ... has an older brother, Chris, and a younger sister, Melissa ... lists winning the IAAM "A" Conference Championship in 2005 as her biggest athletic thrill ... chose Maryland because she had wanted to attend since she was little ... majoring in family studies.

Perkins' Career Statistics
Year GP/GS Goals Assists Points Draw
Free-Position Caused
20079/0 4 6 10 0 0-0 01
200810/01 8 900-0 0 0
Total 25/0 5 172200-0 3 2
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