On Boyd: Returning from a series of injuries suffered over the past few seasons … gifted athletically, as shown in her tremendous vertical leap … a midfielder with great tactical awareness … expected to draw some time as a senior.
As a senior (2000): Missed entire season after tearing the ACL in her left knee during the summer.
As a junior (1999): Missed entire season with right Achilles strain.
As a sophomore (1998): Played in just three games due to a right ankle injury … made season debut as a midfield substitution against NC State (9/20) … also played at Colorado (9/27) and was a first-half replacement against eventual NCAA champion Florida (10/2).
As a freshman (1997): Played in 15 games, drawing two starting nods … earned first college playing time against William & Mary (9/7) … made ACC debut against Wake Forest (9/12) … earned first career start and took first career shot against Clemson (10/12) … tallied first career point in regular-season finale at NC State (11/4) with an assist on Maryland's fourth goal in a 6-2 win … drew second start in ACC semifinal victory against Duke (11/7).
Before Maryland: Played soccer at Herndon High School in Herndon, Va. … All-Met first team selection by the Washington Post as a senior.
Personal: Jennifer Anne Boyd … born Sept. 22, 1979 … daughter of Barbara Boyd … majoring in environmental sciences and policy.
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