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19 Emily Carrollo
Emily  Carrollo

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sussex, N.J.

High School:
Pope John XXIII

Height:
5-5

Position:
D/F

10/25/2012

Women's Soccer Senior Night (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer Senior Night (by Matt Riley)

10/01/2012

Women's Soccer vs. Duke (By Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. Duke (By Matt Riley)

09/16/2012

Women's Soccer vs. UNC (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. UNC (by Matt Riley)

09/10/2012

Women's Soccer vs. JMU (By Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. JMU (By Matt Riley)

08/20/2012

Women's Soccer vs. Radford (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. Radford (by Matt Riley)

2011 SEASON
• Appeared in 20 games, starting four

2011 SEASON

• Missed entire year after suffering injury during spring season

2010 SEASON
• Appeared in all 22 games, starting 20
• Had two assists on the season (vs. Wake Forest, vs. Lehigh)
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

2009 SEASON
• Appeared in 20 games, starting 11
• Sun Devil Desert Classic All-Tournament Team
• ACC Academic Honor Roll

PREP & CLUB
• 2008 ESPN Rise second-team All-American
• 2008 New Jersey Herald and Newark Star Ledger Player of the Year
• Scored 129 career goals, second most in Essex County history
• Member of the Region I ODP program
• Seven-time All-American in track
• Won the New Jersey indoor 800m title
• School record holder in the 100, 200, 400 and 800m

PERSONAL
• Full name is Emily Megan Carrollo
• Daughter of Pam and Tim Carrollo
• Has five siblings, Jessie, Rachael, Timmy, Daniel and Jacob
• Father ran track at Montclair State College

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