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Caitlin Fryer

position

Forward

Height

5-5

Class

Freshman

Hometown

Bronxville, N.Y.

High School

Bronxville

2015 (Freshman): Played in three matches … Logged one shot attempt in 41 minutes of action … Made her Miami debut on her birthday with 20 minutes of playing time at Florida Atlantic (9/4) … Tallied her first-career shot attempt while playing 15 minutes in Miami’s win over North Florida (9/13).

High School: Played at Bonxville High School as a junior and senior … Helped the team to a 21-1-0 record as a senior in 2014 en route to winning a state, region, section, and league titles . . . Scored 21 goals and recorded six assists … Named a NYSSCOGS First-Team All-State selection and the NYSSCOGS Player of the Year … NSCA All-Section and NSCA All-League Honorable Mention , as well as a Weschester/Putnam First-Team All-Star by The Journal News … Ranked as a four-star recruit by Top Drawer Soccer … Won league and section titles as a junior, while scoring 17 goals in the season … Tabbed as an NSCA All-Section Honorable Mention and All-League Honorable Mention … Played varsity soccer as a freshman and sophomore at Pelham Memorial High School … Recorded 25 goals as a sophomore … Injured her hip as a freshman, but still played in five games … Named to the Honor Roll all four years of high school … Professional distance runner Mary Cain also attended Bronxville.

Club: Member of the World Class FC ECNL in 2014-15 … Played for Albertson 96 ECNL in 2013-14 and reached the ECNL Nationals in 2013 in Richmond, Va. … Member of the New York Rush from 2011-13 … Played for the WPSL New York Athletic Club from 2011-15 and won the USASA national championship in 2014.

International: Member of the South Africa U-17 National Team from 2010-12 and the U-20 team from 2011-12 … At age 13, participated in the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago.

ODP: Played for the New York North ODP Team from 2010-13.

Personal: Full name is Caitlin Maree Fryer … Born Sept. 4, 1996 in South Africa and moved to New York at age seven … Parents are Russell and Candy Fryer … Father played for the USA Junior Eagles National Rugby Team … Has two younger sisters, Hope and Erin … Major is undecided . . . Career goal is to be an interior designer … Favorite athlete is Stephen Curry because of his success, athleticism and team leadership …  Finalist for the 2010-11 Insperium Award, given to the nation’s most inspiring athlete … Chose Miami because she liked the school and believed it would challenge her to make her a betters person and player … Committed to Miami over Central Connecticut State, Columbia, Holy Cross, Iona, UNC-Wilmington, and Sacred Heart.