Jamie Daue
Jamie Daue

Player Profile

Lutherville, Md.

High School:
Boys' Latin

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 205



2003 Update:
• Played in all 16 games as a second-line midfielder with eight points on four goals and four assists.
• Became fourth member of second midfield to score a goal vs Ohio State (5/11) in NCAA First Round.
• Assisted Gillette’s goal to open UM scoring vs. UMBC (4/25) on Senior Night in running with the first midfield.
• Scored third goal of the year at Virginia (3/29) to make it 7-2.
• Career-high two assists vs. Butler (3/25), coming in span of 7:03.
• Scored twice at Stony Brook (3/15), as all 2nd MF’s scored 2 g.
• Assisted Joe Walters’ second goal at Towson (3/8).

On Daue: One of the most improved players this spring … looking to rebound from a tough junior season after a breakout sophomore campaign, in which he saw his first regular college playing time … great hitter, who was awarded the 2002 “Hammer Award” for his outstanding hits … with his height (6-5), is a quick player and pretty good dodger from the wing … can invert well … expected to be a key contributor, who could score 20 goals, according to Dave Cottle … missed two-thirds of his freshman season after undergoing corrective heart surgery during the spring of 2000, but has made a full recovery.

As a junior (2002): Ran on the Terps’ second midfield line, playing in all 13 games … totaled two goals and three points, taking 18 shots … netted first goal of the season vs. Delaware (3/16) … scored behind-the-back goal at No. 3 Johns Hopkins (4/13), to open the scoring … assisted Ryan Moran’s goal in the second quarter at UMBC (5/4) for only helper of the season … member of the ACC Honor Roll and the Maryland Honor Roll.

As a sophomore (2001): Played in all 16 games, predominantly seeing time on the second midfield … recorded seven goals and three assists for 10 points … scored two goals for first time in his career in season opener against Air Force (2/24), netting both of his shots … scored first career game-winning goal in 9-7 win at Towson (3/10) … tallied his second goal of the game with 5:27 left in regulation at Towson to clinch the win … first assist of the season came at Navy (4/7) … also assisted on an Andrew “Buggs” Combs goal in the ACC title game against Duke (4/22) … scored fifth goal of the year at Mount St. Mary’s (4/25) … tallied second game-winning goal in 14-4 win over UMBC (5/5), adding an assist against the Retrievers … scored third career goal vs. Towson (5/20) in NCAA quarterfinal to give the Terps a 10-9 lead late in the third quarter.

As a freshman (2000): Played in five games during his freshman campaign, missing time due to corrective heart surgery … recorded first collegiate point on an assist in his first game against Mount St. Mary’s (2/27) … also scooped up three of his four groundballs gained during the season against Mount St. Mary’s … also played against Bucknell (3/7), Delaware (3/15), Johns Hopkins (4/16) and UMBC (5/6).

Before Maryland: Three-year letterwinner at lacrosse power Boys’ Latin in Baltimore … played for Bob Shriver … served as team captain as a senior … the school’s junior athlete of the year in 1998 … played in the Bay State Games in 1998 … also earned letters in basketball and football … was an all-conference MIAA selection in basketball and football as a senior … captained football and lacrosse teams.

Personal: James Raymond Daue … born May 4, 1981 in Baltimore, Md. … son of Lynn and John Daue … brother of Jocelyn (17) … story on his comeback from corrective heart surgery was featured on WUSA (Channel 9) by then sports anchor and former Maryland football star Jess Atkinson … enjoys skiing and surfing in his free time … served as president of the athletic council as a senior and was a member of the National Honor Society … majoring in communications.

Career Statistics
Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GWG	GB	Pen
2000	5/0	0	1	1	0	0	0	4	0/0:00
2001	16/0	7	3	10	25	0	2	13	1/0:30
2002	13/0	2	1	3	18	0	0	17	1/1:00
2003	16/0	4	4	8	24	0	1	5	3/2:30
Totals	50/0	13	9	22	67	0	3	39	5/4:00

Career Highs Goals: 2 vs. Air Force (2/24/01) & at Towson (3/10/01) & at SB (3/15/03) Assists: 2 vs. Butler (3/25/03) Points: 2 on five occasions (most recent vs. Butler (3/25/03)