On King: Returning starting short-stick defensive midfielder big, strong, tough veteran player one of the most physical defenders on the team known for his bone-jarring hits a tough player who will add punch to the defense honored as one of the team's most improved players last season originally an offensive midfielder, he has also played as a long-stick defenseman at Maryland.
As a junior (2001): Played in 15 of 16 games shared the Dan Snyder Award with since-graduated defenseman Kevin Necessary as the team's most improved player grabbed 16 groundballs added key defense all season with many major hits opened the year with three groundballs vs. Air Force (2/24) also won one of two face-offs against the Falcons scooped up three groundballs in back-to-back games at Yale (4/28) and UMBC (5/5) member of the ACC and Maryland Honor Rolls.
As a sophomore (2000): Played in all 16 games as a reserve on the defensive unit scooped up 11 groundballs took 14 face-offs, winning nine for a 64.3 win percentage all of his draws came in a three-game span from the Towson (3/11) game through the Cornell (3/18) game had his most productive day on face-offs against Delaware (3/15), winning six of eight draws including four consecutive in the fourth quarter corralled career-best three groundballs against Delaware and Virginia (3/31).
As a freshman (1999): Played in eight games recorded first-career point on an assist against Providence (2/27) picked up three groundballs.
Before Maryland: A three-sport star at St. Annes-Belfield High School in Charlottesville, Va. four-year letterwinner in lacrosse, playing under coach Doug Tarring as a senior, named honorable mention All-Virginia as a junior, was a second team All-Virginia selection also lettered in football and basketball four years played both linebacker and fullback in football and was named all-state as a senior all-conference linebacker as both a junior and senior.
Personal: David Carrington King born July 24, 1979 in Houston, Texas son of Ellen and David King brother of Stuart (19) and James (18) father David played tennis at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas uncle Ed Carrington played college football at Virginia and went on to play for the NFLs Houston Oilers majoring in horticulture production.
Goals: 1 vs. Providence (2/27/99) Points: 1 vs. Providence (2/27/99)
Year GP/GS Goals Asst. Pts. Shots GB Pen. PIM Face-offs Win % 1999 8/0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0:00 0/0 0.0 2000 16/0 0 0 0 0 11 1 1:00 9/14 64.3 2001 15/0 0 0 0 0 16 8 6:00 1/3 33.3 Totals 39/0 0 1 1 0 30 9 7:00 10/17 58.8 2002 11/1 0 0 0 2 0/0 0.0 9 8/6:00 Totals 50/1 0 1 1 2 10/17 58.8 39 17/13:00