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    Caroline de Lyra
    Caroline de Lyra

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Brightwaters, N.Y.

    High School:
    Bay Shore Senior HS

    Height:
    5-7

    Position:
    Attack

    Experience:
    2V

    05/23/2014

    Nine Lacrosse Trojans Receive MPSF All-Academic Honors

    USC women's lacrosse junior Kaila Sommi topped all Trojans with a 3.80 GPA

    05/14/2014

    Tarleton, Johansen, and de Lyra Receive IWLCA West Region Honors

    The trio of USC lacrosse sophomores was recognized on the IWLCA All-West Region second team

    05/01/2014

    USC Lacrosse Falls to Oregon in MPSF Quarterfinal

    The Women of Troy were eliminated, 7-6, in a rematch with the Ducks in Denver

    04/30/2014

    Five Trojans Earn All-MPSF Lacrosse Honors

    USC sophomores Caroline de Lyra and Amanda Johansen were each named to the all-conference first team

    04/27/2014

    USC Grounds Eagles In Regular-Season Finale

    The USC women's lacrosse team now turns its attention to the 2014 MPSF Tournament

    03/23/2013

    WLax: USC at Brown

    The Women of Troy suffered a tough 9-8 setback in Providence, R.I., as the Brown Bears claimed a double-overtime win.

    03/23/2013

    WLax: USC vs. Marquette

    The Trojans took a 12-9 win over fellow first-year program Marquette on McAlister Field.

    03/04/2013

    WLax: USC at Princeton

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

    02/09/2013

    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.

    2015
    De Lyra enters her junior season as an attacker for the Women of Troy.

    2014
    As a sophomore, de Lyra started 15 games and appeared in all 18 of the Trojans' contests... named to the IWLCA All-West Region Second Team... selected to the MPSF All-Conference First Team and the MPSF All-Academic Team... led the team in points (49) and assists (28)... ranked eighth in the MPSF for assists (1.11 apg) and 10th for points (2.67 ppg)... scored three game-winning goals: against San Diego State (March 26), at Saint Mary's College (April 4), and at California (April 6)... ranked third in the MPSF for game-winning goals with 0.17 gwgpg... finished with 13 ground balls, eight caused turnovers, and three draw controls... took USC season-high honors in three games with six points and scored a season-high four goals in two games.

    2013
    As a freshman, de Lyra appeared in and started all 18 of USC's games in the program's inaugural season... she was chosen to the MPSF All-Conference Second Team and was named the WomensLax.com Rookie of the Week (Feb. 25)... led the team in goals (51), assists (42), points (93), and shots (111)... ranked second in the MPSF for assists (2.33 apg), points (5.17 ppg), and fifth in goals (2.83 gpg)... also ranked in the top five for points and points per game in the NCAA, and 10th in the country in assists... had a season-high nine points in three games and scored a USC record eight goals against Princeton (March 3)... reached season-best six assists in two games... scored game-winning goals against LIU Brooklyn (March 1) and San Diego State (April 27)... finished with 12 ground balls, six draw controls, and four caused turnovers.

    HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
    De Lyra was a four-year letterwinner at Bay Shore Senior High School... selected Under Armour All-American, All-County, All-League and All-Long Island Newsday team as a senior... named to both the All-County and All-League teams as a junior... Academic All-American... received member of the U15 National Team... played club lacrosse with the Long Island Yellow Jackets for five years... four-year Principal's List honoree.

    PERSONAL
    Caroline Ann de Lyra was born on Match 2, 1994, in West Islip, N.Y.... parents are Ted and Jennifer de Lyra... has two brothers, T.J. and Joe, and one sister, Alexa... sister Alexa played lacrosse at Northwestern... majoring in communications.

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