20 - Riley Wood
Riley Wood
Height: 5-6
Year: Redshirt Freshman
Hometown: White Lake, Mich.
High School: Walled Lake Northern
College: Mississippi State
Position: Midfielder-Defender

2011 Season (Redshirt Freshman): Match-By-Match Statistics.

2010 Season (Freshman): Enrolled at Mississippi State in Starkville, Miss. . . . Was redshirted for the season . . . Coached by Neil Macdonald . . . The Bulldogs posted an 8-12-0 overall record and were 1-10-0 in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) for the 2010 campaign. 

High School: A two-time all-state selection at Walled Lake (Mich.) Northern High . . . Coached by Drew Drummond . . . Graduated in 2010 . . . Claimed all-region, all-conference and all-district team recognition all four years . . . Served as team captain in senior year and helped the Knights win both a district and city championship title . . . Tallied eight goals and had nine assists for 25 points as a junior in 2008 en route to earning all-state, all-district, and team Most Valuable Player Award laurels . . . Named the winner of the 2007 squad's Best Offensive Player Award as a sophomore following a 28-points output on nine goals and 10 assists . . . Chalked up 22 points by scoring six goals and adding 10 assists in the 2006 season en route to attaining team's Sparkplug Award honor . . . Four-year letterwinner in soccer and cross country . . . Competed one season in volleyball . . . Played club soccer for Vardar 92 and helped program capture six Michigan State Cup Championships while compiling a 261-52-42 overall mark . . . Played key part in 2009 Vardar squad making a semifinal-round appearance in the Region II Tournament and a Region II Tournament finals showing in 2008 . . . Six-year member of the Michigan Olympic Development Pool (ODP) team . . . Member of the 2007 and 2008 ODP squads which made national championship match and national tourney semifinal-match appearances.

Personal: Daughter of James and Vicki Wood of White Lake, Mich. . . . Born 7/21/92 in Royal Oak, Mich. . . . Has an older brother and a younger sister . . . Elementary education major.

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