Lisa-Marie Woods - Midfielder

Name: Lisa-Marie Woods
Position: Midfielder
Height: 5-1
Jersey number: 5
Date of birth: May 23, 1984
Age: 28
Hometown: Tønsberg, Norway
Citizenship: Norway
Last club: Ottawa Fury
How acquired: Signed as a Discovery Player in March 2013
Follow on Twitter: @WoodsLisaMarie
With the Otttawa Fury: Helped lead the Fury to the 2012 USL W-League championship, the team’s first-ever W-League title ... Named Team MVP ... Played in team’s final eight games of the regular season and two games of the W-League playoffs ... Scored five goals and added two assists for 12 points on the season.
With Fortuna Hjørring: Played for the Danish club in the top-flight league Elitedivisionen from 2011-2012 ... Made two appearances in the UEFA Women’s Champions League in 2012, playing both matches against Glasgow City, a 0-0 draw on Oct. 3, 2012, and a 2-1 win on Sept. 26, 2012 ... Played in four Champions League games in 2011, two each against Goteborg FC and Young Boys ... Scored one goal against Goteborg, coming in the second leg on Nov. 10, 2011, which helped send the team to next round to play Glasgow City ... Played on Fortuna team that finished as Elitedivsionen runners-up in 2011. In the winter of 2011, in between seasons at Fortuna, played one game for Perth Glory in Australia’s Westfield W-League.
With Stabæk: Scored 16 goals for the 2010 Toppserien champions ... Registered two three-goal games and one four-goal game during 2010 season ... In 2010, won the Kniksen Prisen, an award given to the top player in the Toppserien ... Prior to arriving at Stabæk, played for Toppserien club Kolbotn in 2009, scoring one goal in four games.
With Asker FK: Played for the Toppserien club for seven years (2001-2008) ... Won Norwegian Cup in 2005. 
International: A member of the Norwegian Women’s National Team ... Last played for Norway in the UEFA Women’s Championship, logging 63 minutes in a 1-0 win over Belgium on Oct. 26, 2011 ... Also played in two UEFA Women’s Championship games in September 2011, a 6-0 win over Hungary and a 3-1 loss to Iceland ... Played in nine Women’s World Cup qualifier games (2009-2010), scoring five goals ... Has 23 caps for the senior team, earning her first cap in 2009 ... Began her national team career in 2003, when she captained the U19 squad in the UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship. 
College: Played for Middle Tennessee State University (2004-2006) after transferring from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., where she played as a freshman in 2003.
Personal: Daughter of Gregory James and Gunn-Karin

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