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Terence Dorsey

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Woodlawn

Last College:
Essex Community College

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180

Position:
Midfield

2004 Update
• Junior college transfer from Essex CC in Baltimore, who saw time at attack and midfield in four games.
• Amazing story of perserversance, overcoming many personal family tragedies.
• Story of his life was featured on CSTV this season.
• Is writing a book entitled "The Purpose of Life, My Testimony" recapping his life.
• Assisted Bret Caretsky's late goal vs. Penn (5/8) in regular-season finale.
• Scored first Maryland goal vs. Butler (3/23).
• Maryland debut at Georgetown (2/28), also played vs. Bucknell.
• Was a JUCO All-American at Essex scoring 47 goals in 2003, leading the Knights to the national championship game.

On Dorsey: Joined the Terps as a life-long dream after playing at Essex Community College the last two seasons ... a gifted player whose skills need to catch up to his athleticism ... very quick and elusive ... after high-scoring community college career, is adjusting to playing without the ball in his stick as much ... is an incredible story of perseverance, as he is writing a book "The Purpose of Life, My Testimony" after having gone through tremendous personal and family adversity.

As a sophomore at Essex CC (2003): At Community College of Baltimore County-Essex, led the Knights to the national championship game ... team went 13-4 under coach Tim Puls ... scored 47 goals and added 27 assists for 74 points ... named a NJCAA first team All-American ... captured the Maryland JUCO Championship ... named to the MJCAC All-State graduated with his Associates Degree in general studies.

As a freshman at Essex CC (2002): Led Essex to the national semifinals before losing to Nassau C.C. ... Knights went 11-5 under coach Tim Puls ... led the team in scoring in his first collegiate season with 45 goals and 38 assists for 83 total points.

Before College: Played his high school ball at Woodlawn High School in Baltimore, Md., for coach Donnie Brown... was named conference player of the year as a senior ... honored as all-county, all-league as a junior and senior ... named team Most Valuable Player all three years of varsity.

Personal: Terence Tezean Dorsey ... born Aug. 8, 1981 in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Charla Malone and step-son of Eugene Arthur Malone ... godson of Elaine and Larry Summerville ... also guided by his grandmother Vera Brittian, whom he lived with throughout high school and college ... second oldest of 11 siblings: Unique (23), Sierra (17), Terine (16), Eugene (15), Tessa (13), Obadiah (11), Latifa (9), Chastity (7), Crashawn (3), Pedey (2) ... very active in his church serving as a youth minister ... lives by the following quote: "To God be the glory for all he has done and will continue to do in my life"... says he owes his life to Jesus Christ, overcoming family adversity, giving him the strength to live and survive ... all 60 credits transferred from Essex to Maryland, as he obtained his Associates Degree in general studies ... also recruited by Syracuse, Towson, Duke and North Carolina ... majoring in economics at Maryland and striving to become the first member of his family to graduate from college... has goals of obtaining a Master's degree upon graduation from Maryland.

CAREER STATISTICS
Year	GP/GS	G	A	Pts.	Shots	EMG	GWG	GB	Pen
2004	4/0	1	1	2	2	0	0	1	0/0:00

CAREER HIGHS
Goals: 1 vs. Butler (3/23/04)
Assists: 1 vs. Penn (5/8/04)
Points: 1 vs. Butler (3/23/04) & Penn (5/8/04



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