LSU Gold
Canberra, Australia
High School
Radford College

2017 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
Australian U-20 Women’s National Team
Australian U-17 Women’s National Team

Made five appearances on the season totaling 68 minutes … played primarily at midfield … served as team captain … played eight minutes in LSU’s 1-0 shutout of McNeese State … logged a season high 30 minutes at Duke … made other appearances against Georgia, Texas A&M, and Kentucky.

Did not play.

Appeared in three matches as a sophomore in 2017 … Attempted one shot in LSU’s season-opening 5-0 shutout of Mississippi Valley State on Aug. 18 after coming off the bench in the midfield rotation … Also made appearances against No. 10-ranked Central Florida in the non-conferene season and at Kentucky in SEC play … Earned her second varsity letter.

Made 12 appearances with four starts as part of LSU’s midfield rotation during her true freshman season in 2016 … Started each of the first four matches of the season against No. 17-ranked Virginia Tech and College of Charleston at the Charleston Classic on season-opening weekend and George Washington and Colgate the following weekend in non-conference play … Scored her first career goal in the 44th minute of LSU’s 3-0 win at Indiana on the opening day of the Hoosier Challenge Cup in Bloomington … Also made appearances in wins against Butler, Western Kentucky and Lamar during the non-conference season and Vanderbilt, Florida, Georgia and Arkansas in SEC play … All three of her shot attempts found the target during her freshman season … Honored for her academic performance with a selection to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll following the season … Earned her first varsity letter.

One of the top young talents in Australian women’s football as a two-year member of Australia’s Under-17 Women’s National Team in 2012 and 2013 and U-20 Women’s National Team in 2014 … Also a three-year member of an Australian National All-Star team as a forward and midfield talent … Played with Australia’s U-17 squad in its FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign in 2013 … Was the top goal scorer for Australia in the Australian Federation Cup World Cup Qualifying Tournament … Earned Player of the Match honors in an international match against the Philippines … Once scored a hat track with three goals in an international match with Australia’s U-17 team … Was a three-year member of the National Training Center State Team through the ACT Academy of Sport in her native Canberra from 2012-14 … Competed with her ACT state team in the Australian national championships from 2011-14 … Member of the Canberra United W-League training squad in 2014 and 2015 … Played with the Gungahlin Premier League team in 2015 … Midfielder of the Year in the Women’s Premier League … Coached by the likes of Ray Junna and Rae Dower during her youth career … Experienced in indoor soccer futsal, leading her team to a state title.

Full name is Caitlin Cymantha Cantrill … Born on April 20, 1997 … Parents are Mark and Cymantha Cantrill … Has an older brother, Ryan … Brother competed in the Australian National Rowing titles … Majoring in kinesiology.

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