Career Statistics Year M-S Goals Assts Pts 2000 19-11 4 5 13
Cirovski on Gormley: “Chris had some very good moments last year for the team learning a new role—center back. He’s very cool under pressure and plays effortlessly. After missing the entire spring due to injury, he seems rejuvenated to accept a larger role during the fall and will be counted on as a back or a defensive midfielder.“
As a Freshman in 2001: Started every game on Maryland’s defensive unit but the Holy Cross game (10/31) … his unit was responsible for six shutouts, including the 2-0 win over Notre Dame to advance the Terps to the second round of the NCAA Tournament (11/23) … took one shot at North Carolina (10/7).
Before Maryland: The 2000 Gatorade Player of the Year for Maryland, he was also named an NSCAA/adidas All-American and was selected as the Washington Post’s All-Met player of the year … the Montgomery County player of the year according to the Journal, Almanac, and Gazette newspapers, he led his Walt Whitman team to 4A state championships in 1997 and 2000 … a 2000 NSCAA/adidas All-South pick, he was a two-time first team all-state selection … the captain of his team, Gormley was named the MVP of the Maryland All-Star game for the South team … his experience with the Soccer Club of Baltimore includes winning the Maryland state championship … a member of the Maryland state ODP team, as well as the regional ODP squad … a three-time scholar-athlete in soccer, he was twice selected for scholar-athlete honors in basketball, as well.
Personal: The son of Bill and Sharon Gormley, his full name is Christopher William Gormley … brother Matthew (23) played college soccer for three years at UMBC (1998-2000) and a year at Wake Forest (1997) … his sister Ashley (22) is a senior at American and also plays soccer … nickname is Gorms … enjoys music, hiking and reading … born on February 5, 1983, he is majoring in English.