Friday, January 28, 2011

Alexcia Niumatalolo 2011 Maryland Terrapins

  Alexcia Niumatalolo
Alexcia Niumatalolo
Player Profile
RS Junior
Arnold, Md.
High School:

As a Junior in 2010: Redshirt season.
As a Sophomore in 2009: Played in all 22 matches for Maryland, including 21 starts...defensive force with 24 groundballs and nine caused turnovers...mustered a season-high four groundballs against Penn State (4/3) in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge..also caused two turnovers that match...picked up three groundballs apiece in back-to-back matches against Towson (3/24) and James Madison (3/27)...started the year with two groundballs, one draw control and one caused turnover at Richmond...had a season-high three draw controls in Maryland NCAA quarterfinal win against Syracuse (5/16)...scored first career goal versus Penn State.
As a Freshman in 2008: Appeared in 15 games, making three starts...grabbed seven groundballs and caused four turnovers.
Prep: Three-sport star at Broadneck playing lacrosse, soccer, and basketball ... all-county lacrosse player as a sophomore, junior, and senior ... first team selection by both the Baltimore Sun and Washington Post as a junior and senior ... member of the high school Tewaaraton Watch List as a senior ... captain of all three teams as a senior.
Personal: Alexcia Kristian Niumatalolo was born on October 9, 1989 ... daughter of Barbara and Kenneth Niumatalolo ... has two younger brothers, Va'a and Ali'i ... father, Kenneth, was named Navy football head coach on December 8, 2007 ... he is believed to be the first Polynesian head coach in NCAA Division IA history and the first Samoan collegiate head coach on any level ... cousin Itula Mili played for the Seattle Seahawks in 2007 ... cousin J.T. Mapu finished football career at Tennessee in 2007 ... cousin David Niumatalolo played football for New Mexico State ... chose Maryland to play for the most prestigious lacrosse team in the country and the coaching staff ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.
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  1. Keep up the good work!! Its always good to see our young poly generation excel in sports and in major colleges.

    Alexcia your gift to your parents and a pleasure to read about your success stay grounded and always keep God 1st you will never fail in anything you do!!

  2. Way to go Alexcia! You are the best!