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Caitlin Carter
Caitlin Carter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Arlington, Texas

High School:
Trinity Valley

Height:
5-7½

Position:
Forward

Experience:
SR-3L


2007: Played in all 17 games, starting 11 ... Had four points on two goals ... Both goals were game-winners for the Ponies: Carter buried a curling shot in the upper left corner of the goal in the second overtime to lift SMU to a 4-3 win over TCU (9/21/07), and converted a crossing pass from Allison Brill to put the Ponies ahead for good in a 2-0 win over Conference USA foe Rice (10/26/07) ... Took 11 shots, including seven shots on goal.

2006: Played in all 23 games, making 17 starts ... Assisted on three goals and took 23 shots.

2005: Played in 14 games ... Scored her lone goal at Marshall ... Took eight shots (six on goal).

High School: Four-year letterwinner and also served as team captain ... Totaled 41 goals and 18 assists (100 points) during her high school career ... Named team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in 2005 ... Two-time All-Southwest Preperatory Conference Team member ... Named Defensive Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004 ... Also lettered in field hockey and track ... Earned All-America honors in field hockey ... Led high school team to two championships ... Member of the Dallas Texans '88 team that won many nationally-recognized tournaments ... Member of the French Honor Society.

Personal: Sociology major ... Favorite non-soccer athlete is swimmer Michael Phelps ... Is superstitious about her soccer shoes ... Would most like to visit Australia ... Has one older brother and one older sister, Greta, who was a defender on the SMU team in 2004 and 2005 ... parents are Richard and Kristel Carter ... Full name is Caitlin Marie Carter.

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