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2 Zach Carroll
Zach  Carroll

Grand Blanc, Mich.

High School:
Grand Blanc

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 185



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• Played in eight matches at center back with six starts
• Started first four games before missing eight games with hamstring injury suffered in Wake Forest match; returned against Virginia Tech
• Returned to starting lineup and played full 90 minutes in NCAA quarterfinals vs. UConn (12/6) and NCAA College Cup vs. Maryland (12/13)
• Played 83 minutes in Marquette match after Matt Brown's red card (12/1)
• Recorded assist on Jordan Allen's go-ahead goal in NCAA quarters against UConn

• Started 16 games at center back
• Ranked second on team with four goals, 10 points
• Missed five games with ankle injury (returned vs. Clemson)
• Named to ACC All-Tournament Team
• Scored UVa's first goal and Cavaliers' fourth score in shootout in ACC quarterfinals at Wake Forest (11/6)
• Also scored in shootout vs. North Carolina (11/9)
• Assisted on game-winning goal in 2OT victory over NC State (11/1)
• Scored game-winning goal in OT win over Virginia Tech (10/19)
• Recorded assist vs. Wright State (10/16)
• Scored game-winning goal vs. California (8/31)
• Scored first goal in first career game vs. Georgetown (8/24)

High School
• Named 2011 NSCAA National Boys High School Player of the Year
• Also named 2011 NSCAA Boys Youth All-American
• Earned Gatorade Fall Boys Soccer State Player of the Year Award in 2011
• Competed with 2011 U.S. U-17 Men's National Team
• Was starting centerback for U-17 Team at 2011 U-17 World Cup in Mexico and on squad that won 2011 U-17 CONCACAF Tournament in Jamaica
• Named Michigan's Mr. Soccer following senior year in 2011
• No. 7-ranked recruit by ESPN Rise on ESPNHS 150
• Ranked No. 2 regionally and No. 17 nationally in 2012 class by Top Drawer Soccer
• Named to Michigan's Dream Team in 2010 and 2011
• Tabbed Flint Journal's Athlete of the Year for boys soccer in 2010 and 2011
• Named Grand Blanc's 2011 Most Valuable Player
• Three-year team captain
• Two-time All-Regional Team selection
• Led team to pair of state semifinal appearances as well as three district championships in Division I
• Four-time All-League and All-District selection
• Named Detroit Athletic Club Male Athlete of the Year finalist in 2012
• Named Genesee County Kiwanis Club Male Student Athlete of the Year in 2012
• Coached by Greg Kehler at Grand Blanc High School
• Member of U.S. U-17 MNT Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla., in 2010 and 2011
• Also competed on Vardar SC Freiberg U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy Team from 2009-12
• Won championship at 2011 U-19 Hausey International Tournament in Germany
• Also was placekicker on football team his junior and senior years
• Was member of high school's National Honor Society

• Parents are Mark and Jodi Carroll
• Has one brother, Jacob, and one sister, Allison

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