Haislip sets AACC scoring mark

October 04, 1992

Sophomore forward Jody Haislip set a record for career goal at Anne Arundel Community College on Wednesday night in a 3-2 victory over Prince George's Community College.

Haislip, a North County graduate, scored twice to give him 31 goals, eclipsing the mark of 29 set by Fabio Alviani of Severna Park. Alviani played as a freshman in 1981, sat out the next season and rejoined the team in 1983.

"The record has been a goal of mine from the beginning of the season. I didn't think it would come this quickly, though," said Haislip, who scored 16 goals last year to break Alviani's single-season record of 15.

"I've gotten a lot of help from [Archbishop Spalding freshman] Pat Mohr coming here this year. He's very fast, and he opens the field up for me with his speed."

Pioneers coach Ken Wolf said: "Jody was one of the top scorers in the county in high school, so we knew he had a knack for finishing."

Haislip, 19, injured his left knee while scoring the go-ahead goal with four minutes left against Prince George's.

He also aggravated a sore back, but was expected to play today against Harford Community College.

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