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#24 Mike Lookingland, Defender


Position: Defender
Date of Birth: 09/13/1983
Height: 6' 1"   Weight: 175 lbs
College Experience: Bucknell University
Hometown: Fallston, MD


2012-13 Season Highlights: Lookingland was named the MISL Defender of the Year and First-Team All-MISL for the second consecutive season...he also finished second on the team in blocks (35) and tied for 3rd in points (49) with Max Ferdinand. 

2011-12 Season Highlights:
Lookingland was the MISL Defender of the Year and a First-Team All-MISL selection... He ranked 5th on the Blast with 34 points.

Career Highlights:
Lookingland is entering his ninth season with the Blast... has won four championships with the team and named MISL Defender of the Year twice. 

2010-11 Season Highlights:
A Second-Team All-MISL selection, he ranked second on the Blast and third in the MISL with 35 blocks...
Lookingland did not play in Chicago (1/16/11) while he served a one-game MISL suspension for his part in the on-field altercation in Milwaukee (1/9/11)...He spent 2:17 in goal while Sagu was treated for an injury on January 8th...Lookingland was named MISL Defender of the Month in December...Lookingland recorded one goal and four blocks in the 22-6 win over the Comets (12/29/10) and passed the 100-block mark of his career... He recorded two assists in the 15-10 win over the Vipers (11/28/10) to record the 100th point of his career.

2009-10 Season: Lookingland tied to ranked second on the Blast and 10th in the MISL with 22 blocks... The last game of the regular season (3/21/10) was the 100th game of his career… He took over for Sagu in goal for the final 19 minutes of the March 6th game against Monterrey and earned the 12-11 victory… He stopped six of the nine shots he faced. 2008-09 Season: Lookingland recorded two goals (one short-handed) in the 26-4 win over the Twisters (1/3/09).

2007-08 Season: Lookingland tied to rank fifth on the Blast with 40 points and second on the team with 35 blocks... He led the Blast and recorded a season-high six points (one three-point goal, one two-point goal, one assist) in the 13-0 win over Chicago (3/22/08)… It was the 50th game of his Blast career... Lookingland recorded five blocks in Baltimore’s 15-2 win over the Ironmen (1/4/08)... He recorded one goal in three straight games (11/16/07, 11/10/07 and 11/3/07)... Lookingland recorded one assist in the 8-2 win over the KiXX (10/19)… He was named MISL Defensive Player of the Week for his Week One performance. 

2006-07 Season: Lookingland was named to the 2007 MISL All-Rookie Team... He recorded one assist in four straight games (2/2-2/18)... Lookingland recorded his first assist of the season (to Machel Millwood) in the 19-12 win over the KiXX (2/2)... Four of his five goals were against the California Cougars... He recorded three goals (one three-point and two two-point goals) in the 20-9 win over the Cougars (1/11)… They were the first goals of his career.

2005-06 Season: He made his Blast debut in Chicago (4/2)... The Blast signed Lookingland on February 22, 2005.  Outdoor: Lookingland played four seasons of professional outdoor soccer for Real Salt Lake (MLS), the Harrisburg City Islanders and Crystal Palace Baltimore (USL)...  He played for the City Islanders in 2007 when they won the USL Championship... He recorded two goals and two assists (six points) in 2007 and was named All-League Second-Team.

Lookingland was the first player in Bucknell University history to repeat as Defensive Player of the year (2004 and 2003)… He started all 76 games in his career and was the team's co-captain for two seasons... After his final season he was named Third-Team All-American, All-Patriot League First-Team, Conference Defensive Player of the Year, and NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region First-Team... He was also named team MVP for two seasons... He was the first player from Bucknell University to be drafted into the MLS... He majored in Business Management.

Lookingland and wife Ashley have a one-year-old son, Mikey III... He graduated from Loyola Blakefield High School and was First-Team All-South after his last two seasons… He was drafted in the second round of the Major League Soccer supplemental draft by Real Salt Lake... Lookingland also coaches U-9, U-10 and U-11 Baltimore Bays teams and is the director of Soccer Shots in Baltimore, an introduction to soccer program for children ages 3-5.


Career Statistics »

2009-2010 Baltimore 20 0 4 -- 4 7 15 8 22
2008-2009 Baltimore 18 2 7 -- 9 7 27 2 18
2007-2008 Baltimore 30 3 11 -- 14 9 40 13 35
2006-2007 Baltimore 30 1 4 -- 4 4 15 5 18
2005-2006 Baltimore 2 -- -- 0 0 0 0 0 0
2013-14 Season »
0 William Vanzela Goalkeeper
2 Jamie Darvill Forward
4 Diego Zuniga Forward
6 Daniel Carrera Defender
7 Levi Houapeu Midfielder
8 Lucas Roque Forward
9 Pat Healey Defender
11 Tony Donatelli Midfielder
12 Adriano Dos Santos Forward
13 Lucio Gonzaga Forward
14 Stephen DeRoux Defender
15 Adauto Neto Forward
16 Max Ferdinand Midfielder
17 Drew Yates Midfielder
19 Marco Mangione Forward
20 Mike Deasel Defender
21 J.T. Noone Forward
22 Troy Hernandez Goalkeeper
24 Mike Lookingland Defender
99 Frederico Moojen Forward

Full roster...

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