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Caroline Young
Caroline  Young


Lighthouse Point, Fla.

High School:
Saint Andrew's





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CSU's games against Cal State East Bay and No. 13 Indiana, on March 3, 2012, also featuring photos from Senior Day.

Awards & Honors:
• All-WWPA honorable mention (2012)
• Academic All-ACQPC (2012)
• Academic All-WWPA (2010, 2011, 2012)

2012 (Junior): Had a terrific junior season, establishing a new program record with 23 blocks and 45 assists... She also led the Rams with 57 goals, which is the fifth-best mark in school history... For her production in the pool, she was named an All-WWPA honorable mention... On March 31, she totaled 11 goals in two games, including six vs. Hartwick, which is tied for the most goals in a game in CSU history... Between Jan. 21 and March 9, she scored in all 12 contests, ranking fourth all-time for consecutive games with a goal, and two shy of the mark... She had 20 multi-goal games throughout the season... On seven occasions, she recorded a hat trick, including four straight, which ranks third in CSU annals... Recorded six assists vs. CSU San Bernardino (April 27), which is the most in single-game history... Tallied five steals vs. CSU Bakersfield (March 31), which ranks eighth... Finished the season ranked in the top 10 nationally in several statistical categories: assists per game (1.5; third), points per game (3.5; fifth) and goals per game (2.0; eighth)... Was honored for her academic success by the WWPA and ACWPC.

2011 (Sophomore):
Had a successful sophomore season, playing in all 29 games... Scored 27 goals, which was fifth on the team... Also tallied 20 assists and 15 steals, which both ranked fifth... Earned Academic All-WWPA honors

2010 (Freshman): Managed to play in every game as a freshman, recording 20 goals, 14 assists and 19 steals... Earned Academic All-WWPA honors.

High School: Is a 2009 graduate of St. Andrew's High School... Competed in water polo, swimming, cross country and track & field, earning letters in each... First-team All-American as a senior... Team won district championships in 2006 and 2007... Led team to second-place finish in the state of Florida in 2008... Holds her school's all-time team record for steals in a game and in a season, both occurring in 2008... Made the junior national training team in 2008.

Personal: Born in Boca Raton, Fla. ... Hometown is Lighthouse Point, Fla. ... Parents are Bruce and Elizabeth Young... Has a younger brother, William... Is an animal science major at CSU with a minor in agriculture business... Involved with CSU's pre-vet club and the Sigma Alpha Nu chapter.

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