2017 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
Australian U-20 Women’s National Team
Australian U-17 Women’s National Team
JUNIOR SEASON (2018)
Did not play.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017)
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.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2016)
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.
PRIOR TO LSU
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.