Kemp, Leikvang, Mullins, and Pace make the grade
ACC champs honored at men's basketball game, host of end of season banquet
Recapping Maryland's top moments in 2012
Maryland set to take on Georgetown in the College Cup Friday in Hoover, Ala.
Maryland faces #10 Louisville for College Cup berth at 5 p.m. at Ludwig Field
As a Redshirt Junior in 2012: Played in all 24 games in 2012 ... notched his first goal of the season in a win at Boston College (9/7) ... tallied an assist in the season opener against Louisville (8/26) ... scored goals in wins against Boston College (9/7), UMBC (9/11), NC State (9/14) and Georgia State (9/24) ... made his first start of the season against Colgate (10/16)... scored the winning goal in the 3-1 win over Louisville (12/1) in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.
As a Redshirt Sophomore in 2011: Has moved up to the striker position after starting his career as a defender...tallied first two goals of the year in a 2-0 win against Adelphi (10/11)...strongest player on the team...played in 12 matches, appearing in wins against St. John's, Stanford, Boston College, NC State, Virginia Tech and West Virginia...notched 10 shots on the year...tallied first career assist in Terps' NCAA third round match against Louisville (11/27).
As a Redshirt Freshman in 2010: Appeared in six games this season, primarily as a defender...saw action in Maryland's win against Virginia in the semifinals of the ACC Championship.
Before Maryland: Washington Post All-Met First Team...two-time Baltimore Sun All-Met First Team...two-time First Team All-State...Washington Post All-Met First Team in 2008 after being named to the second team in 2007...won a pair of state championships with River Hill...also wrestled for the Hawks.
Personal: Full name is Jacob Pace...the son of Jeffery and Bonnie Pace...father played football at the University of Wyoming...born May 29, 1991...member of National Honors Society, Student Government Association and Athletic Leadership Council...lists his biggest sports thrill as scoring the winning goal in the state championship game...chose Maryland because of the great program...fourth generation to attend Maryland.
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