|High School:||Walt Whitman|
As a Senior in 2005:Steady defender on the left side of the field ... can help move the team forward ... saw action in 21 games, starting 13 ... started at left back for Maryland's NCAA Tournament run ... made a clever run down the left flank before sending a cross to Graham Zusi for the game's first goal against SMU (12/9) in the College Cup ... contributed solid minutes down the stretch against No. 5 Indiana (10/29) ... started against Georgetown (10/11) and registered an assist ... stepped in and played 54 minutes at left back in upset win over No. 8 Duke (10/7) ... started and helped defense to three straight shutouts vs. No. 12 Virginia Commonwealth (9/11), No. 12 Clemson (9/16) and St. Bonaventure (9/18) ... earned first start of the season and played all 90 minutes in win over No. 5 Santa Clara (9/9) ... tallied an assist in 7-0 rout of Cal State Fullerton (9/2).
As a Junior in 2004: Left back who emerged as a regular starter, starting 15 games ... gave the team quality minutes at the left back position ... earned first collegiate point against Clemson at the ACC Tournament (11/10) ... earned first career start against North Carolina (10/10) ... helped Terps record the shutout against the Tar Heels.
As a Sophomore in 2003: Redshirted the season to gain more experience.
As a Freshman in 2002: Saw action in five games, with his most extensive minutes, 34, coming vs. Rhode Island (8/30). Before Maryland: Attended Walt Whitman High School, which the NSCAA ranked third nationally in 2000 after winning the state championship and finishing with a 10-4-1 record ... a 2001 All-Met selection by the Washington Post, he earned all-state honors as well as All-South region and All-American honors ... was also named to the Powerade McDonald's All-American game his senior year ... 2000 USYSA champions with the Soccer Club of Baltimore ... Glaudemans was the leading scorer on his team his sophomore (10 goals) and junior (15 goals) seasons ... also played baseball his senior year.
Personal: Full name is David Michael Glaudemans ... born in Washington, D.C., he is the son of Jon and Jennifer Glaudemans ... is one of two children and has a sister Katie ... was a four-year member of the symphonic orchestra ... majoring in government and politics.
Career Statistics Year M-S G A Pts GWG Sht 2002 5-0 0 0 0 0 0 2003 Redshirt 2004 20-15 0 1 1 0 2 2005 21-13 0 3 3 0 1 Totals 46-28 0 4 4 0 3