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10 Caroline Miller
Caroline  Miller


Rockville, Md.

High School:
Walter Johnson




Second-Ranked Cavaliers Down Wake Forest 5-0

Morgan Brian has two goals and an assist to lead Virginia


Eight Former Cavaliers on Opening Day NWSL Rosters

Five Virginia alumni playing for Washington Spirit


Spring Game Recaps

Cavaliers 4-0 this spring after win over Penn STate


Caroline Miller Selected by Washington in NWSL Draft

Cavalier senior forward selected in second round


Miller, Brian and Doniak Honored by Soccer America

Miller becomes first Cavalier to earn first-team honors since 2008


Women's Soccer NCAA vs. Rutgers (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer NCAA vs. Rutgers (by Matt Riley)


Women's Soccer NCAA vs. La Salle (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer NCAA vs. La Salle (by Matt Riley)


Women's Soccer Senior Night (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer Senior Night (by Matt Riley)


Women's Soccer vs. Wake Forest (by Matt Riley)

Women's Soccer vs. Wake Forest (by Matt Riley)


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

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

• 45 career goals rank second in school history
• 109 career points rank T-2nd in school history
• Seven career goals and 16 career points in NCAA Tournament games are both school records
• 11 career multi-goal games rank second in school history

• MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist (first in school history)
• NSCAA 1st Team All-American
• 1st Team Soccer America MVP
• NSCAA 1st Team All-Southeast Region
• ACC Offensive Player of the Year
• 1st Team All-ACC
• 2nd Team Team of the Season
• ACC All-Tournament Team
• Two-time ACC Player of the Week (Oct. 23, Oct. 30)
• NSCAA National Player of the Week (Sept. 19)
• VaSID State Player of the Year
• Started all 24 games
• Scored a school record 20 goals and 47 points
• Led the ACC in goals and points
• One of four players nationally to score 20 goals on the year and first ACC player to reach the mark in four years
• Ended the season on a school-record eight-game goal scoring streak
• Led the ACC with 10 goals in conference play
• Had five multi-goal games (four in ACC play)
• Tied a school record for points in a game (seven) with three goals and an assist at Virginia Tech
• Also had multi-goal games against NC State, North Carolina, Miami and Rutgers
• Scored game-winning goal at North Carolina in ACC Quarterfinals to become first opposing player to have two career game-winning goals at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill

• NSCAA 3rd Team All-American
• NSCAA 1st Team All-Southeast Region
• 1st Team All-ACC
• Two-time ACC Player of the Week (Sept. 27, Oct. 11)
• 1st Team VaSID All-State
• Appeared in all 24 games, starting 22
• Led team in scoring with 15 goals and four assists for 34 points
• Tied for ACC lead with seven goals in conference play
• First career hat trick vs. Liberty (also had an assist, tying the school record with seven points in a game)
• Had four multi-goal games
• Had two overtime game-winning goals, including at North Carolina for Virginia's first ever win over the Tar Heels
• Had four game-winning goals (all in ACC play)

• Appeared in 15 games, starting the first 10 games of the season before missing seven games due to injury
• Had four goals and two assists for 10 points
• Virginia Nike Soccer Classic All-Tournament Team


•Appeared in 19 games
• Third on the team in scoring with six goals and six assists for 18 pts
• Had multi goal games against Hofstra and at Penn State in the NCAA Tournament
• Had a goal and three assists vs. Liberty
• Named ACC Player of the Week and TopDrawerSoccer National Player of the Week on Sept. 3 after having three goals and four assists in wins over Liberty and Hofstra

•Has represented the United States at the U-16, U-17 and U-20 levels


• Two-time NSCAA All-American
• 2008-09 Gatorade State Player of the Year
• Three-time first-team Washington Post All-Met
• Three-time first-team All-State
• Scored a school-record 29 goals as a senior
• Broke school career scoring record by 50
• Helped McLean Freedom club team to 2007 National Championship
• No. 24 ranked recruit by Top Drawer Soccer

• Full name is Caroline Shannon Miller
• Daughter of Linda and Thomas Miller
• Has a two siblings, Austin and Stewart
• Brother, Austin, played lacrosse at Navy

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