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  Caroline Jacobs

Caroline Jacobs

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Gaithersburg, Md.

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2007: Second Team All-South Region and Second Team All-CAA for the third straight season...Also named to the VaSID All-State Second Team...Led the Lady Monarchs in scoring with 44 points including the team lead in goals with 32...Also led the team in groundballs (42) and caused turnovers (28)...Added 12 assists for second best on the team and was third on the team in draw controls with 21...Scored in all but two games and was a multiple scorer in eight contests, including a career-high eight points and career-tying six goals in a win over William & Mary...Concluded career tied for fourth on the ODU all-time points leaders list (163), finishing sixth in career goals (108) and second in career assists (55)...

2006: Second Team All-South Region and First Team All-CAA for the second consecutive season.... For the second straight season led the Lady Monarchs in scoring...Accumulated 51 points stemming from 33 goals and 18 assists, while posting seven hat tricks...Captured a season-high four goals in contests against #6 North Carolina (4/13) and #13 William & Mary (4/26)...Recorded a season-high six points in games against American (2G, 4A) and CAA rival George Mason (3G, 3A)....Among her CAA league rivals ranked sixth in the conference in assists (1.20), 10th in points per game (3.40), tops the conference list in groundballs per game (4.27) and caused turnovers per game (2.27)...Nationally ranked 43rd in assists, third in groundballs, and sixth in caused turnovers...

2005: First Team All-CAA...Second Team All-South Region...First Team All-State...CAA Player of the Week for the week ending April 24th...Led the team with 45 points...Second on the squad with 27 goals...First on the squad with 18 assists...Collected a career-high seven points with four goal and three assists in a double overtime game at Temple (3/26)...Posted four goals and two assists in a 16-7 victory over UMBC (4/12)...Tallied a career-high six goals in a one-goal, 7-8, loss to #9 North Carolina (4/24)...Also had six points against Rutgers (3/28) and #20 William & Mary (4/20) with four goals and two assists...Scored the game-winner at Rutgers (3/28)...Ranked 10th in the CAA in goals per game (1.93), fourth in assists per game (1.29), seventh in points per game (3.21)...Led ODU with 25 caused turnovers, including a career-high five caused turnovers against #20 William & Mary (4/20)...Also had three caused turnovers versus Temple (3/26), James Madison (4/4), and #10 Hofstra (4/8)...Led the Lady Monarchs with 51 groundballs...Topped the CAA in the groundballs category averaging 3.64 per contest...Had two or more groundballs in all but one contest...Scooped up a career-high six groundballs against James Madison (4/4), #10 Hofstra (4/8), and #20 William & Mary (4/20)...Also had five groundballs against Drexel (4/10) and #18 Towson (4/17)...Posted 21 draw controls, ranking second on the team...Recorded a season-high three draws against #7 Maryland (3/2), #10 Hofstra (4/8), and Drexel (4/10)...

2004: Appeared and started all 16 games in her first season...Totaled 16 goals, seven assists, and 23 points...Third on the squad in goals scored, third in assists, and fourth in points...Led the team in groundballs with 50...Second in the CAA in the category averaging 3.12 per game...Had the game-winning goal against in 19-11 victory over UMBC (3/13)...Scored multiple goals in victories over UMBC (3/13/) and Lafayette (3/28) as well as #7 North Carolina (4/13)...Had a season-high five groundballs, six draw controls, and four caused turnovers against CAA rival George Mason (4/3)...Also had a season-high four caused turnovers in a win over Lafayette (3/28)...Ranked third on team in draw controls with 31...Caused 24 turnovers to lead ODU in the category...

Prior to Old Dominion: A four-sport athlete at Gaithersburg High School...A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse...A three-time MVP award winner...Named First Team All-Gazzette and First Team All-Journal...Played four years of basketball earning MVP honors...Earned Honorable Mention All-County in cross country...Also played field hockey...Was a cheerleader for two years earning Most Energetic...An Honor Roll student...

Personal: Born March 29, 1985...Full name is Caroline Jeanne Jacobs...Daughter of James and Margaret Jacobs...Has two brothers, twin John (21) and Brian (25)...Majoring in business with a minor in acting


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