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20 Marcus Douglas
Marcus  Douglas

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Washington, D.C.

High School:
Gonzaga

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 150

Position:
MF

10/18/2012

Virginia Plays Host to Virginia Tech at 6:30 p.m. Friday

Senior Night ceremonies will be held prior to match

10/15/2012

Cavaliers Take On Wright State Tuesday

UVa prepares for final non-conference match of season

10/03/2012

Off the Pitch: Eric Bird

Cavalier midfielder hails from Virginia Beach

09/27/2012

Virginia Returns Home at 7 p.m. Friday to Face Clemson

Cavaliers are 1-1 in league play this season

09/25/2012

Chavira Golden Goal Lifts Virginia to 1-0 Win at VCU in Double OT

LaCivita makes seven saves as Cavaliers hand VCU its first loss

2012
• Appeared in 10 games
• Played 33 minutes at midfield in ACC quarterfinals at Wake Forest (11/6)
• Recorded assist on Cameron Chavira's game-winning goal in double OT in 1-0 victory at VCU (9/25)

2011
• Played in 13 matches, starting six at holding midfielder

2010
• Appeared in 14 games and tied for second on the team with three assists
• First-career point came off an assist against St. John's (Sept. 5)
• Tallied career-high two assists vs. Alabama A&M (Oct. 9)

2009
• Redshirt season

High School
• Two-time first team all-conference (WCAC) selection and second team all-metro selection
• Co-captained the Virginia state team that traveled to Germany
• Played for the DC United Youth Team and Potomac Cougars on the club level

Personal
• Parents are Kelwin and Gina Douglas

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