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Caroline Jeffers

Player profile

position
Goalkeeper
height
5-9
year
Redshirt Sophomore
hometown
Windermere, Fla.
high school
Olympia
other college
East Carolina

2016 HIGHLIGHTS (at ECU):

* Played and started in goal in all 18 games in 2016 as a redshirt freshman.
* Allowed 40 goals in 1,638 minutes for a 2.20 goals against average.
* Made 74 saves and recorded two shutouts on the season.
* Named American Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week on September 19, after a shutout of UNC Greensboro.

HIGH SCHOOL:

* Four-year starter under head coach Scott Baker at Olympia high school as both a forward and goalkeeper
* Was the team’s leading goal-scorer as a freshman (12) and sophomore (16)
* Helped the team to 40 wins and four-straight district playoff appearances during her career

ODP/CLUB:

* Played for the Florida Kraze Krush for two years under head coach Hue Menzies
* Led the team to a Region III Premier League Championship with a perfect 9-0-0 record during 2014-15
* Posted two shutouts and helped the team to a 3-1 record during U.S. National League Play at the CASL Tournament, which included a 1-0 shutout over reigning U.S. national champion DCMV Sharks
* Net-minder for the team’s Region III and Florida State Cup Championships in 2013-14
* The team was also CASL, Disney Showcase, Florida Cup and Columbus Day Tournament Champions that year
* Starting goalkeeper for the Orlando City Youth Soccer U-16 ECNL team, leading the squad to the Southeast Division Championship as a first-year league member in 2012-13
* Was the starting keeper for the Florida Soccer Alliance (FSA) U-15 State Cup and won the Greensboro Score at the Shore and Disney President’s Cup Championships in 2011-12.

PERSONAL:

* A member of the National Honor Society during her junior and senior years
* Named to the Principal’s Honor Roll each semester during all four years.
* Her uncle, Patrick Jeffers, played football at the University of Virginia, as well as for the Denver Broncos, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers in the NFL.
* Another uncle, Derek Dooley, was the head football coach at the University of Tennessee and now is the wide receivers coach for the Dallas Cowboys.