Hometown: Lutherville, MD.
High School: Maryvale Prep
College: Duke '06
U.S. National Team (2008-2012)
U.S. Developmental Team (2005-06)
Member of 2009 U.S. team that won the FIL World Cup in the Czech Republic
Made 11 saves while seeing action in six games during the World Cup. Finished with a 7.18 goals against average and 39.3 save percentage
Held Australia scoreless in the second half as the U.S. rallied for a 10-9 victory during round-robin play and had six saves in a win over Japan.
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
High School: Notre Dame Prep
College: Georgetown '10
U.S. National Team (2011-12)
Second team All-American in 2009 and 2010
Big East MVP in 2010
First team All-Big East in 2008, 2009 and 2010
Third team All-American in 2008
Hometown: Hampstead, MD.
High School: North Carroll
College: Maryland '11
U.S. National Team (2010-2012)
Key member of Maryland's defense, helping the Terps win the 2010 NCAA championship
Led Maryland with 43 ground balls and had 23 caused turnovers in 2010
NCAA All-Tournament Team (2009)
Led Maryland with 40 ground balls in 2009
Began collegiate career at Louisville and led the nation with 56 caused turnovers as a freshman for the Cardinals in 2008. Notched 22 points (14g, 8a) playing midfield that season
North Carolina '10
U.S. National Team (2011-2012)
Carr led the Tar Heels to a four-year record of 60-20 and four NCAA Tournament appearances, including a national runner-up finish in 2009, a berth in the semifinals in 2010, and trips to the quarterfinals in 2007 and 2008. She appeared in 81 games with 62 starts and recorded 21 goals and nine assists while setting a UNC career record with 174 draw controls. She also set UNC single game (eight) and single season (64) marks for draw controls.
She earned first team All-American and first team All-ACC honors as a senior in 2010 when she was one of the nation’s top draw control specialists and led the nation’s third-ranked defense that allowed just 7.25 goals per game. She broke her own UNC single season draw control record with 64 and also caused 18 turnovers to rank No. 3 all-time in UNC history.