Caroline Dineen-Carlson
Caroline  Dineen-Carlson


Coronado, Calif.

High School:
Coronado HS



Lacrosse vs. Stanford - 03/05/14. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.

Lacrosse vs. Stanford - 03/05/14. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.

Last updated on June 4, 2014

Fresno State:

2014 (Freshman): Started all 15 games in the midfield for the Bulldogs ... finished second on the team with 31 draw controls and sixth on the squad with 14 groundballs ... posted four draw controls in three different games this season (California, Colorado and Wagner) ... concluded the year with five points off of three goals and two assists ... scored a career-high two points in the win over St. Mary's on April 10 ... she also recorded five caused turnovers in 2014.

High School: Lettered four years in lacrosse at Coronado High School under head coach Jessica Battle ... team won two championships and made it to two championship finals ... named team captain her junior and senior year ... first team all-league and first team All-CIF in 2012 and 2013 ... named to first team D2 CIF her junior and senior year ... second team all-league her sophomore year ... named Coronado Player of the Year in 2013 ... National All-American her junior and senior year .... finished her senior year with 58 goals, 28 assists, 86 points and 32 groundballs.

Personal: Born May 24, 1995 in Coronado, Calif. ... daughter of John and Bridget Carlson ... has two brothers, Johnny and Zach, and four sisters, Catie, Amanda, Kelsey and Jordyn ... enjoys cooking and playing lacrosse ... favorite athlete is Taylor Thornton from team STX, becasuse of her athleticisms and stick skills ... biggest athletic thrill was winning two championships in high school ... most admires her parents because they've always supported her and her brother Zach for always being there for her and for serving in the Army Special Forces ... also recruited by Mt. Holyoke Skidmore, Florida Southern, Louisville and Virginia Wesleyan, chose Fresno State because of the coaching staff and team along with the school spirit and pride.

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