On Klingerman: A vivacious forward with a nose for the goal ... a tremendous passer as well as a prolific goal scorer ... will see a lot of playing time on Maryland’s front line given her strength in front of the cage.
As a sophomore in 2000: Contributed in 22 of the Terps’ games, drawing a start against Rutgers (Oct. 11) … six goals and one assist for 13 points was second among non-starters … eighth on the second-rated offense in the nation in points and goals … opened the season with scores in three of the first four contests … found the net in the Terps’ 9-1 home opener vs. Connecticut (Aug. 26) … punched in a crucial second-half goal in Maryland’s 5-4 double-overtime victory over Old Dominion (Sept. 3) … netted a goal one game later in the Terps’ 8-0 romp over Delaware (Sept. 9) … scored goals in regular-season ACC games against Wake Forest (Sept. 23) and Virginia (Oct. 1) … recorded a season-high three points with a goal and an assist at Virginia Commonwealth (Oct. 14) … selected to the NFHCA National Academic squad … among 14 field hockey players listed on the 2000-01 ACC Honor Roll.
As a redshirt freshman in 1999: Scored a career-high 11 goals and added one assist for a career-high 23 total points … scored three goals and totaled six points in her first career game against Virginia Commonwealth (Aug. 29) … played in all 25 games during the season and earned two starts (Boston University on Sept. 10 and Massachusetts on Sept. 12) … scored a career-high four goals and totaled eight points against Georgetown (Sept. 18) in the Terrapin Invitational … four tallies against Georgetown marked the highest total by any Terp player during the season and was only one off the single-game school record of five by Judy Dougherty (Towson, Oct. 16, 1980) … goal against American (Aug. 31) was her first career game-winner … recorded her first career assist against Ball State (Sept. 18) in the championship game of the Terrapin Invitational … earned playing time in all seven of Maryland's postseason games including the Terps' NCAA championship game victory over Michigan (Nov. 21) … selected to the NFHCA national academic squad … listed on the 1999-2000 ACC Honor Roll.
As a freshman in 1998: A redshirt season.
Before Maryland: A 1996 and 1997 Press-Enterprise All-Star ... named the 1997 Central Columbia Invitational Tournament’s Most Outstanding Offensive Player ... as a senior she had 17 goals and 14 assists.
Personal: Born Dec. 11, 1979 ... Angie is the daughter of Doug Klingerman … an accounting major.
Klingerman’s Career Statistics
Klingerman’s Single-Game Highs
Goals: 4 vs. Georgetown (Sept. 18, 1999)
Klingerman Up Close