|Full name||Daniel Woolard|
|Date of birth||May 22, 1984|
|Place of birth||Bedford, Texas, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|2003–2006||Midwestern State Mustangs|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of October 4, 2013.
† Appearances (Goals).
Daniel Woolard is the son of Marvin and Jane Woolard. He is married to Emily Woolard and they have a pet Vizsla. Woolard is an avid Bowhunter and bass fisherman. Daniel is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He attended Midwestern State University. He currently resides in Fairfax, VA with his family.
College and amateur
Woolard played college soccer at Midwestern State University earning First Team All-American honors during his senior season. Afterwards he spent two seasons with the DFW Tornados in the USL Premier Development League.
2007 Woolard was drafted in the fourth round, 47th overall, by the Chicago Fire in the 2007 MLS Supplemental Draft, and spent the next three seasons in Major League Soccer, appearing in 16 first team games including 8 starts and scoring one goal.
Woolard signed with the USSF D2 Carolina RailHawks in September 2010, and he started his first league match with the RailHawks against Crystal Palace Baltimore on September 3]. While with the RailHawks he played for the full duration of every match.
2012/2013 Finding a home with the Black and Red again in 2012, Woolard started 20 games on DC’s backline. Woolard tallied his third MLS goal  and contributed two assists in 1,754 minutes on the pitch. Woolard upheld his reputation as a constant performer on the back before suffering a concussion in August which left him sidelined until he was cleared during the 2012 MLS Playoffs. Woolard Concussion 2012
Woolard was cleared of his concussion symptoms during the 2012 Playoffs  and continued his stay as one of the most consistent players on the backline for DC United in 2013. Since joining the Black-and-Red on Jan. 6, 2011, Woolard has never played less than 20 games in each his first three seasons. In 2013 he played and started 27 games and dished out one assist while logging the fourth most minutes on the team (2,235). 
At the end of the 2013 season Daniel Woolard was released into the Re-entry draft. 
Key to the backline
Woolard is known to be a hardnosed defender and bring consistency to the backline. He has been called as a stay-at-home defender, but showed an increasing effort to push forward more on the offensive line in 2012. A steady and consistent player, coaches and teammates know exactly what to expect out of him each time he steps on the field. Woolard was ranked as one of Alecko Eskandarian's Top XI Underrated MLS Players in 2012. 
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