Information Systems Major
Career Highs: Goals: 2, 6 times, latest vs.
One of the Retriever tri-captains this season…a steady point producer who has the potential to be explosive from his offensive midfield position…has not missed a game in his three seasons, competing in all 37 contests.
AT UMBC: Contributed single season bests in goals (12), assists (5), and points (17) in his junior season…scored a point in 11 of UMBC’s 13 games…UMBC was 5-1 when he scored multiple points…his two-goal efforts of a season ago were recorded vs. Stony Brook, Rutgers, North Carolina, and Delaware…has four career goals vs. both the Seawolves and Tar Heels…began to develop confidence in his scoring ability as a sophomore when he contributed nine goals and three assists, while starting at midfield in nine of 12 contests...scored nine points in the final six games of the season...produced a pair of two-goal games, the first at North Carolina and the second vs. Stony Brook...contributed a pair of assists vs. Towson... named to the ECAC All Academic team…he received extensive playing time in his freshman year of 2001...played in all twelve games, started two, and contributed three assists...helpers occured vs. Navy, Army, and Stony Brook.
BACKGROUND: Hard-working midfielder who earned First Team All County honors by both The Baltimore Sun and The Howard County Times in 2000...was named to the All Tournament Team at the Broadneck Tournament...his top effort was a five-goal game vs. rival River Hill...part of a state title team in 1999...also lettered in football and basketball at Mt. Hebron...plays the trumpet and lists his favorite movie as Braveheart...has a younger brother, Matt, 16...son of Frank and Susan Veise-Berry...born May 29, 1982.