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#13 Caroline Cryer
Position: Attack/Midfield
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
City/State: Centennial, Colo.
High School: Cherry Creek
Caroline Cryer
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Updated: 10/29/2009

2008: Redshirted the 2008 season due to a foot injury ... played in just one game, netting a pair of goals and adding three assists for five points vs. Denver ... served as team captain ... named Preseason Player of the Year by Inside Lacrosse and Lacrosse Magazine before the injury ... Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-America ... included on Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List ... named to the 2008-09 World Cup Training Team after earning a spot in the national team player pool ... selected to the 18-member 2009 World Cup roster on Feb. 2, 2009 and will represent the United States in Prague, Czech Republic ...

2007: Tewaaraton Trophy finalist ... consensus first team All-America team member by IWLCA/U.S. Lacrosse, Inside Lacrosse and Womenslacrosse.com ... NCAA All-Tournament team selection ... IWLCA/U.S. Lacrosse All-South first team ... All-ACC team choice ... Womenslacrosse.com’s national player of the week on April 3 and weekly honor roll selection on May 22 ... ACC player of the week on Feb. 19 ... led the team with 71 goals on the season, which is the single season Duke record ... added 18 assists for a total of 89 points, which ranked second in 2007 on the team and is third in school history for points in a season ... started in all 20 contests ... her 123 shots on the season led the team and is the third-highest mark in the Duke records ... led the team in draw controls with 66 and in shots on goal with 104 ... tied for the team lead in game-winning goals with five and in free position goals with eight ... second on the team among players with at least 15 shots in both shot percentage (.577) and shots on goal percentage (.846) ... fifth on the team in caused turnovers with 15 and in ground balls with 26 ... scored seven goals against Denver on Feb. 16 which ties her for the most in a single game at Duke ... tallied six goals each against Notre Dame on Apr. 5 and Dartmouth on May 6 and five versus Stanford on Feb. 18 ... against LeMoyne in the first round of the NCAA tournament on May 13 she had four assists and eight points total, both of which are school records in an NCAA Tournament contest ... found the back of the net at least three times in 16 games and at least four times in nine ... posted at least three points in 19 of the Blue Devils’ 20 games and at least four points in 14 contests ... moved into eighth place on the career goals list at Duke with 122 ... now stands in seventh place on the career assists (40) and points (162) lists ... made the U.S. Elite team ...

2006: Started all 21 games at attack ... scored 30 goals which was sixth best on the team ... recorded 11 assists which was good for fifth on the team ... had the third most draw controls on the team with 31 ... picked up 28 ground balls and caused 12 turnovers ... scored three or more goals on four occasions ... scored eight goals and one assist in five ACC games ... named to U.S. developmental squad ...

2005: Finished her freshman season with 21 goals and 11 assists for 32 points ... appeared in all 21 games with nine starts ... scored game-winning goals against Duquesne, Virginia Tech and Richmond ... scored twice in her collegiate debut against Duquesne ... scored at least three goals in a game four times, including a season-high four goals against William & Mary ... compiled 26 ground balls, 13 draw controls and seven caused turnovers ... named the Duke Rookie of the Year ... member of the U.S. Developmental team ...

Prep: Well-decorated three-sport athlete at Cherry Creek ... lettered in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse ... two-time All-America and three-time All-League selection ... two-time state championship game MVP ... All-League MVP ... led her team to three state championships ... named to All-State team and the Player of the Year by both the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News ... selected as Female Athlete of the Year following her senior campaign by Cherry Creek and the Denver Post/9News ... also received Pam Bent Award, Ruby Miller scholarship, Kirby Lyle Award and a nomination for the Fred Steinmark Award, all given for outstanding accomplishments in academics and athletics ...

Personal: Born Caroline Clyde Cryer on April 9, 1986, in Denver, Colo. ... daughter of Tom and Dee Cryer ... has two brothers, William (20) and Andrew (18) ... mother, Dee, played field hockey, basketball and lacrosse at Wesleyan University ... majoring in economics.

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