As a Junior in 2011: Key component of one of the best defenses in the country, lining up at center back with senior Alex Lee...second team All-ACC pick...helped the Terps surrender only 1.05 goals per outing while amassing eight shutouts in 2011...tallied one assist on the year vs. NC State (9/16)...appeared in all but one game for Maryland.
As a Sophomore in 2010: Appeared in 14 matches, earning starting nods in nine... tallied first goal as a Terp against George Mason (9/21)...assisted on a Jason Herrick score against Northeastern (9/5)....dished an assist to Matt Oduaran in a 3-0 shutout at Loyola (9/14)...tallied an assist to classmate Paul Torres in a 3-2 win against Clemson (10/16)...missed the majority of the postseason with a leg injury...finished the year with career-highs in goals (1), assists (3), points (5) and starts (9)..
As a Freshman in 2009: Defender that often came off the bench at right back to shut down taller opponents...played in 21 matches during his rookie campaign, earning a start at George Mason (9/29)...played in all four of Maryland's NCAA Tournament matches, including wins versus Loyola (11/19), No. 7 seed Penn State (11/22) and No. 10 seed Harvard (11/29)...helped the Terps shutout then-No. 2 North Carolina (9/25) and eventual national champion Virginia (10/31)...finished the year with 10 shots, including four on goal.
Before Maryland: Member of the U18 US National Team which won a gold medal at Australian International Olympic festival with current GK Zac MacMath...member of the FC Dallas U18 Development Academy Team...NSCAA All-American, Mr. McKinney Soccer and McKinneynews.net Elite 11 in 2008.
Personal: Full name is London Woodberry...the son of Steve and Eleshia Norman...has three brothers, Micah, Braxton and Jaxen...lists his biggest sports thrill as playing on the national team...came to Maryland because he had a "gut feeling it was the right place".
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