Women's Lacrosse

    Caroline Cordrey
    Caroline  Cordrey


    Summit, N.J.

    High School:
    Summit HS





    Trojan Lacrosse Falls to No. 15 Stanford

    The Women of Troy had their four-game winning streak snapped in the team's first MPSF loss


    USC Lacrosse Makes 14-Goal Run to Blow Doors Off in Davis

    Sophomore attacker Michaela Michael had seven points and five draw controls in the Trojans' win over the Aggies


    USC Lacrosse Delivers 16-4 Win Over Denver On Senior Day

    Four Trojans recorded hat tricks in a dominant victory against the Pioneers


    Trojan Lacrosse Heats Up Late to Beat Buffs

    The Women of Troy scored five unanswered goals to close out a 12-9 win over Colorado


    Trojans Suffer 16-12 Setback to No. 2 Boston College

    The Women of Troy had their seven-game winning streak snapped by the Eagles


    WLax: USC at Bryant

    The Women of Troy dropped a 15-8 decision to the Bulldogs in Smithfield, R.I., on March 19.


    WLax: USC at Princeton

    USC women's lacrosse dropped an 18-13 decision to Princeton in Princeton, N.J., on Sunday, March 3.


    WLax: USC at LIU Brooklyn

    The Women of Troy defeated the Blackbirds, 23-8, in Brooklyn, N.Y., to win their first-ever road game.


    WLax: USC vs. Northwestern

    The Women of Troy officially became USC's 21st intercollegiate sport on Feb. 9 in a game at the LA Memorial Coliseum.

    Cordrey medically retired following the 2015 season.

    As a junior, Cordrey appeared in 16 of USC’s 20 games and scored 23 points (21g, 2a)… shot 49 times with 36 shots on goal for a .735 shots-on-goal percentage… was USC’s fifth-leading scorer (21g) and fourth on the team in free-position goals (7)… scored one game-winning goal and was 7-for-16 on free-position shots… picked up three ground balls and caused two turnovers… scored a hat trick in a 16-4 win over Denver (April 12).

    As a sophomore, Cordrey appeared in and started five games before a foot injury kept her off the field for the rest of the season… scored 12 goals including the game-winning goal against Columbia (March 17)… went 3-for-6 on free-position shots… picked up six draw controls and caused one turnover… tied for season-high honors with four goals in a 22-4 win over LIU Brooklyn on March 9.

    As a freshman, Cordrey appeared in 17 and started 14 of USC’s games in the program’s inaugural season… named to the MPSF All-Tournament Team… chosen for WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week honors on April 29 following USC’s win over SDSU in which she had four goals, one assist, three draw controls, two ground balls, and a caused turnover… ranked second on the team with 43 goals and third with 52 points (9 assists)… went 15-for-21 on free-position shots… scored game-winning goals against Presbyterian (Feb. 15) and Saint Mary’s College (Feb. 24)… picked up ten ground balls, secured nine draw controls, and caused three turnovers for the Trojans… scored a career-high five goals against Denver in MPSF semifinals (May 2).

    Cordrey was a four-year letterwinner at Summit High School… also won three letters in field hockey and one in basketball… holds Summit’s all-time scoring record with 224 career goals… three-time All-County first team selection… three-time first-team All-Conference honoree… three-time first-team All-Stripes Division… two-time first-team All-State winner… two-time first-team U.S. Lacrosse All-AmericanUnder Armour Underclassmen All-American… ranked 24th-best player and seventh-highest attacker in the nation by ESPNRise… chosen as Inside Lacrosse Player to Watch as a junior and a senior… played six years with Steps Elite lacrosse club.

    Caroline Martha Cordrey was born on May 11, 1994, in Summit, N.J…. parents are Matthew and Elissa Cordrey… father Matthew was a two-time All-American (1974-75) in men’s lacrosse at Washington College… has two brothers, John and Joey, and one sister, Catherine… brother Joey played for the Union College men’s lacrosse team… majoring in policy, planning, and development.