For Cara, this season will mark the final year in a Horned Frogs uniform. Cara has been a steady, reliable player for the Frogs, missing only seven games in her career. She has provided a spark offensively, scoring five goals and notching seven assists. She will be counted on as a leader this season.
Picked up three starts in 16 appearances... three starts were against Baylor (Sept. 14), Saint Louis (Sept. 28) and vs. Loyola Marymount (Oct. 3)... recorded a goal and two assists on the year... lone goal of the season came in a 2-0 win over Tulane on Oct. 19... assisted on Elizabeth Walsh's goal against Centenary on Sept. 3... also assisted on Amy Van Zandt's game-winning goal against Marquette on Sept. 26.
Started 15 games in 16 appearances... missed first four games of the season with a sprained left ankle... nine of 17 shots were on goal, which tied for fourth on the team... all three of her goals came in a two-game span from Oct. 13 to Oct. 19... picked up two goals in a 5-3 loss to UAB on Oct. 13... third goal came against USF on Oct. 19.
Finished fifth on the team in points with seven (one goal and five assists)... her five assists tied for second on the team with Jenny Swanson... her lone goal of the season was the game-winner in TCU's season opening victory over Texas Tech on Aug. 31... recorded two assists against Rice on Oct. 10... appeared in all 18 of team's games as a true freshman, making four starts.
Crowley High School
Named first-team all-district as a freshman, sophomore and junior... district Defensive Newcomer of the Year as a freshman... district Most Valuable Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior... Most Valuable Player her senior year... Texas Association of Soccer Coaches (TASCO) first-team All-Region for three years... leading goal scorer in Crowley High School history with 98 career goals... was a Fort Worth Star-Telegram all-Area first-team pick three years in a row... member of the Olympic Development Program from 1998-2000.