Accolades: A Second Team America East All-Conference honoree in 2008.
2008: Came on strong over the final two-thirds of the season and tied Ryan Smith for the team lead with 29 goals… Placed sixth in America East with 1.81 goals per game… Tallied just three points in the first six games, then had his “break-out” game with three goals at Ohio State… It was the first multiple-point game of his career and included the game-winner in double overtime… Followed up a week later with a four-goal effort in the conference opener vs. Stony Brook… In the next league contest, he scored five of UMBC’s ten goals in a 10-5 win at Binghamton… Recorded a two-goal, two assist effort vs. Albany before adding three more goals vs. Hartford… Tied a school record as all three goals occurred on man-up opportunities… Finished second in America East games with 3.00 goals per game… Played a major role in UMBC’s comeback win in the America East title game as he tied his season high with five points (4g, 1a)… Scored a team-best three goals in the NCAA Tournament contest at UVA… Led UMBC with six extra-man goals and was UMBC’s top regular with a shooting percentage of 44.6%...Has a scoring streak of 11 straight games alive heading into the 2009 season.
2007: Appeared in 12 games in his first season and became the team’s first attackman off the bench… Became a part of the potent man-up offense down the stretch, posting two of his four goals on the extra-man… Scored his first career goal in the March 3 win over Air Force… Also posted vs.
Background: Majoring in mathematics... Produced a prolific career at Liberty, setting records for career goals (230) and points (305), season goals (87 in ‘05) and points (105 in ’05) and single game goals and points… Earned First Team All-Carroll County honors and First-Team All -MVAL Conference honors in 2004, 2005 and 2006… Was the county’s Player of the Year in 2005… Competed in the state finals at UMBC in 2005 and was a member of the Lions’ county championship team in ’03, ’04 and ’05… Also earned letters in soccer and golf… Lists greatest sports thrill as scoring five goals in an 8-7 regional playoff win over Mt. Hebron in his freshman campaign… Selected UMBC over other NCAA Division I institutions “for its coaching staff and high level of play”… Lists favorite food as grilled cheese… Has an older sister, Alyson, who is 24… Son of Debora and John Latham… Born Dec. 23, 1987.