WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - William and Mary freshman goalkeeper Caroline Casey will part take in the first annual U.S. Women's National Team Youth Goalkeeper Identification Camp on Dec. 7-10 in Chula Vista, Calif., which is home to the Olympic Training Center for U.S. Soccer.
The Chesapeake, Va., native is one of 16 goalies from around the country who will travel to the Olympic Training Center for the four-day camp. The camp coaching staff, led by U.S. Women's Soccer Technical Director April Heinrichs, will identify the best keepers for spots on the 2014 U-20 and U-17 Women's World Cup Teams.
Casey capped an impressive freshman campaign by earning Colonial Athletic Association All-Rookie Team accolades. Casey started all 20 contests between the posts for the College and finished the year with a goals against average of 0.71. Additionally, she made 82 saves and only allowed 14 goals in 1771:58 minutes of action, while posting seven shutouts.