Caroline

Brockmeier

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Goalkeeper
Height: 5'10"
Class: Senior
City/State: Tallahassee, Fla.
High School: Chiles HS
Other College: Florida State
Major: Kinesiology
Experience: 2 Letters

Bio

2018 SEC Tournament MVP
2018 United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America Second Team
2018 LSWA First Team
2018 United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region First Team
2018 Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week (Nov. 6)
2018 Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week (Nov. 13)
2017 SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Aug. 21)
2017 LSWA First-Team All-Louisiana
2016 Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll

CAREER CAPSULE
Ended career as all-time saves leader (287) at LSU … her career save percentage of .793 is the highest in program history … second most career wins with 28 … second most career shutouts with 24 … her 1.19 goals averaged against in her career is the third lowest mark in school history … played in and started 61 career matches for the Purple and Gold.

SENIOR SEASON (2018)
Started all 24 matches … registered career bests in GAA (0.98), shutouts (10), wins (13), saves (109) and save percentage (.813) … did not allow a goal for 558 consecutive minutes in a seven-match span that started in late August and ran through mid-September … the 10 shutouts on the season ranked 11th nationally and were the second most in single season in LSU history … the 0.98 goals averaged against was the fifth lowest in school history for a single season … made a season high 11 saves against No. 9 Auburn (Sept. 19) and Alabama (Sept. 27) … single-handedly kept LSU’s SEC Tournament title hopes alive with a spectacular one-handed save one minute into the first overtime of the championship match against Arkansas … stopped three penalty attempts in shootouts in LSU’s run to the SEC Tournament title with two saves against Tennessee in the semifinals and one against Arkansas in the finals … made 19 saves in LSU’s four-win week at the SEC Tournament … came up big once again in penalty kicks in LSU’s NCAA Tournament First Round match against Boston University as she saved four straight attempts to help LSU advance to the Round of 32 by a tally of 2-1 … allowed 25 goals in 2,303 minutes played … saved 109 shots on 390 attempts for an .813 save percentage … registered her 10 shutouts against Liberty, Texas State, Lamar, South Alabama, Samford, Stetson, Auburn, South Carolina, Boston University and Alabama … one of three seniors on the squad.

JUNIOR SEASON (2017)
Matched her output from her sophomore season with seven shutouts in her 18 starts on the campaign ... Set a career single-season best with a 1.14 goals against average while conceding 21 goals in 1,653 minutes played on the year ... Saved 85 shots on 290 total shots faced on the year for a .802 save percentage ... Kicked off the season with her first clean sheet in LSU's 5-0 season-opening win over Mississippi Valley State on Aug. 18 ... Followed by making a career-high 12 saves on 25 shots faced in a 3-0 shutout of Colgate in upstate New York on Aug. 20 ... Honored by the Southeastern Conference following her career-best performance against Colgate as the SEC Defensive Player of the Week ... Helped the Tigers keep six clean sheets in their first seven matches of the 2017 season to match the program's all-time best start to a campaign at 7-0 ... Kept Lamar (2-0), George Washington (2-0), Liberty (1-0) and No. 19-ranked Cincinnati (1-0) off the scoresheet during the non-conference season ... Saved five shots in LSU's shutout of nationally-ranked Cincinnati on Sept. 14 for the team's signature win of 2017 ... Added one shutout in SEC play in a 0-0 draw at Auburn late in the season ... Saved nine shots on 44 shots faced in a 1-1 draw at Alabama early in the SEC season ... Recognized by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association with a First-Team All-Louisiana selection following the season ... Graduated from LSU in December 2017 with a degree in kinesiology ... Earned her second varsity letter.

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016)
Started all 19 matches in goal for the Tigers in her debut season in 2016 ... Finished the season with a 1.51 goals against average while surrendering 29 goals to LSU's opponents in 1,730 minutes played on the year ... Opened the season with eight saves in a narrow 1-0 defeat to No. 17-ranked Virginia Tech in the opening match at the Charleston Classic on Aug. 19 ... Followed by posting her first shutout as an LSU Tiger in a 1-0 win over College of Charleston on Aug. 21 ... Named to the Charleston Classic All-Tournament Team for her performance on season-opening weekend ... Tied for No. 5 on LSU's all-time single-season list with seven clean sheets on the season ... Saved six shots in a 3-0 win at Indiana on Sept. 2 to kick off LSU's title charge at the Hoosier Challenge Cup ... Made five saves in a 1-0 shutout at Mississippi State late in the SEC season ... Saved four shots each in shutouts of Western Kentucky (1-0) on Sept. 8 and Ole Miss (3-0) on Sept. 16 ... Also recorded shutouts against Lamar (4-0) and Alabama (0-0) in her first season with the Tigers ... Posted the sixth-most saves in a single-season in school history while making 93 stops on the year ... Tied her career-high with nine saves each against Florida and Georgia in SEC play ... Ended the season with a .762 save percentage in her 19 starts ... Honored for her academic performance with a selection to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Earned her first varsity letter.

PRIOR TO LSU
Member of the national championship program at Florida State under head coach Mark Krikorian and goalkeeper’s coach Mike Bristol prior to her arrival in Baton Rouge … Redshirted her true freshman season at Florida State in 2014 when the Seminoles won the national championship … Also a member of back-to-back Atlantic Coast Conference championship teams in 2014 and 2015 … Ranked as the No. 1-ranked freshman goalkeeper in college soccer by the goalkeeping website EverybodySoccer.com in its Sept. 4, 2015, publication ... Made seven appearances in goal during her redshirt freshman season in 2015 in a team that made its fifth-straight NCAA Women’s College Cup Appearance … Did not allow a goal in more than 110 minutes of action in 2015 as she had a hand in seven of Florida State’s 15 shutouts in the fall … Made three saves on the season … Helped Florida State set NCAA Tournament records with 10-straight shutouts and a consecutive scoreless streak of 931:47 … A decorated goalkeeper during her prep career while playing for Tallahassee’s Chiles High School and at club level with Eclipse Select … Was the No. 26-ranked recruit in the country regardless of position and the No. 3-ranked goalkeeper nationally by TopDrawerSoccer.com in the Class of 2014 … A two-time First-Team All-Big Bend selection and two-time Defensive MVP for Chiles High School in her prep career in 2010 and 2011… An Honorable Mention All-Big Bend performer in 2009 … Coached with Eclipse Select by Mike Nesci and Rory Dames … An active participant in the Olympic Development Program system as a four-year member of the Florida ODP team and Region III ODP team from 2009-12 … Competed four years at the prestigious Elite Clubs National League from 2011-14, finishing runner-up for the national title in 2011 and 2014 … Part of the Region III ODP squad that played internationally in Costa Rica in 2010 … Former Region III State Cup and Chicago State Cup champion while playing club soccer … A veteran of the U.S. Women’s National Team system at youth level … Invited to attend the U.S. Under-20 Women’s National Team Camp and National Goalkeeper Camp in 2015 … Participated in a U.S. U-14 national camp in 2010 and U.S. U-15 national camp in 2011.

PERSONAL
Full name is Caroline Marie Brockmeier … Born on Aug. 12, 1996 … Parents are Lanny and Cathy Brockmeier … Has an older brother, Scott … Father played college baseball at Appalachian State … An honor student during her prep career at Chiles High School and in her time at Florida State … Named to the Freshman Year Honor Roll and member of the Honors Program at Florida State … Six times an honor roll member during her high school career, including three selections to the High Honor Roll in ninth, 10th and 11th grades … Graduated from Chiles High School with honors with a 3.85 unweighted and 4.15 weighted grade-point average … Majoring in kinesiology with a concentration in human movement.

 

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