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Ali Wolff

Player Profile
Hometown:
Richmond, Va.

High School:
Godwin

Height:
5-7

Position:
Goalkeeper

Experience:
4 VL

Played:
1996-2001

On Wolff: Honors candidate ... a three-year senior captain who returns to action in 2001 after redshirting last year ... an excellent leader both on and off the field ... very vocal and gives great direction ... emotional player who wears her heart on her sleeve ... will be a dominant force in the net according to Higgins-Cirovski ... worked hard to improve her foot work and quickness during her redshirt season ... ranks among top four in Maryland's all-time saves (189), goals against average (1.84), shutouts (11.5) and games played (49).

Summer of 2001: Played for the Maryland Pride of the W-League for the third year in a row.

As a senior (2000): Sat out the entire season as a redshirt to allow Riki-Ann Serrins to play as the Terps' starting goalkeeper ... served as a team captain for the second consecutive season.

As a junior (1999): Played in 20 of 22 games, all starts ... recorded a 1.69 goals against average, allowing 25 goals in 1,331 minutes ... made 57 saves and posted five shutouts ... five shutouts equaled her total in 1997, which is the third most by a Maryland keeper in a single season ... opened the season with a complete-game shutout at George Washington (8/29) ... started final 18 games of the season beginning with a pair of complete games in the Maryland/FILA Tournament against Baylor (9/10) and Penn (9/12) ... recorded second shutout and season-high 10 saves in scoreless at NC State (9/18) ... made six saves as she played 102 minutes against No. 23 William & Mary (10/2) ... posted three straight shutout halves against George Mason (10/6), Rutgers (10/8) and Navy (10/10) ... did not allow goals in first half against No. 11 Wake Forest (10/22) and Florida State (10/31) down the stretch of the season ... started all four postseason games, posting first-half shutouts against Duke (11/4) in the ACC quarterfinals, vs. Long Island (11/10) in the NCAA first round and against Penn State (11/14) in the NCAA second round.

As a sophomore (1998): Split the goalkeeping chores with fellow sophomore Riki-Ann Serrins ... played 1,060 minutes, allowing 28 goals for a 2.37 goals against average ... made 56 saves and recorded 1.5 shutouts... made seven saves in the season opener against Penn State (9/4) ... shared a shutout with Serrins against NC State (9/20), making one second-half save ... posted a solo shutout with six saves against Colorado (9/27) in the championship game of the Buffalo Invitational ... made season-high 10 saves and allowed just two goals against No. 1 North Carolina (10/23) ... played 103 minutes and made four saves in a 3-2 victory over George Washington on (10/28) ... relieved Serrins in NCAA first round win over Fairfield (11/11) and made three saves to preserve the victory ... made seven saves against William & Mary (11/15) in the NCAA Tournament.

As a freshman (1997): Played in 16 games, starting 14 ... in 1,320 minutes, allowed just 23 goals for a 1.57 goals against average ... posted five shutouts to set a single-season freshman record, which also represented the third-best overall season total ... notched three complete-game shutouts in first four college starts ... first career start, against James Madison (9/4), resulted in her first career shutout as she stopped a career-high 14 ... picked up shutout at George Mason (9/10) making six saves ... first career ACC start also resulted in a shutout victory, 4-0 over Wake Forest (9/12), as she made seven saves ... played all 120 minutes in ties against Florida (9/19) and George Washington (9/27) ... posted an upset ACC shutout over No. 9 Clemson (10/12) with four saves ... became the first goalkeeper in Maryland women's soccer history to score a goal against Duke (10/17) ... fifth shutout came against Navy (10/26), as she made four saves ... defeated Duke (11/7) in the ACC Tournament semifinals, making five saves ... made 10 saves in ACC championship game against No. 1 North Carolina (11/8) ... posted eight saves in NCAA Tournament debut against George Mason (11/18).

Before Maryland: Starred at Mills E. Godwin High School in Richmond, Va. ... a member of the U-19 national team ... attended the U-20 national in 1997 ... toured China in 1996 as a member of the Region I Olympic Development Program where she teamed with former Terp Jackie Mynarski ... named MVP goalkeeper after helping BYRC Zepher club team to the national club championship in 1998

Personal Alison Molyneaux Wolff ... born Nov. 7, 1978 ... daughter of Christine and Stuart Wolff ... sister of Dori and Courtney, who is a freshman member of the Virginia Tech soccer team ... majoring in kinesiological sciences ... member of the 1999-2000 ACC Honor Roll.

Wolff's Career Statistics

Year	GP	GS	Min.	GA	Svs.	GAA	ShO
1997	16	14	1320	23	76	1.57	5
1998	13	10	1061	28	56	2.37	1.5
1999	20	20	1331	25	57	1.69	5
2000	Redshirt Season
Totals	49	44	3712	76	189	1.84	11.5

Career Highs
Saves: 14 vs. James Madison, 9/4/97
Goals: 1 vs. Duke, 10/17/97



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