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2016-17: Started all 25 games at guard for Hopkins • finished second on the team in scoring with 259 points • knocked down 39 three-pointers, snagged 97 rebounds and handed out 34 assists • scored a career-high 27 points in the regular season finale at Bryn Mawr (2/18) • pulled down a career-high eight rebounds agianst Washington College (2/15) • scored a career-high four three-pointers in the Centennial Conference Tournament at Gettysburg (2/21).
2015-16: Started 20 of the 21 games she appeared in • averaged 6.2 points per games, the fourth best finish on the team • tallied a team-high 17 three-pointers • posted the best free throw percentage of .846 with 44 free throws on 52 attempts • recorded 75 rebounds, 17 assists and 12 steals on the season • scored a career-high 14 points against Muhlenberg (1/9) • pulled down a career-high six rebounds against Washington College (1/27).
2014-15: Appeared in 10 games for the Blue Jays • scored season-high four points in win over Bryn Mawr (12/8) • snagged two rebounds in win over Dickinson (1/14).
2013-14: Made collegiate debut against Salisbury (11/16) • Appeared in 13 games • had a career-high nine points on 4-of-8 shooting from the field against Bryn Mawr (2/8).
High School: Helped lead team to final four berth at the New Jersey Tournament of champions during senior season• Led team in scoring junior and senior year averaging 12.0 points• Set a school record for the highest percentage of 3pt FGs made at 43%• Broke the single season record for 3pt FGs made with 71 during junior season• Finished career with over 160 three-point FGs made• Awarded all-state honors from The Star Ledger in junior and senior year• Awarded Coaches' Choice All-Shore and Class A Central Division First Team honors• Awarded All-Shore Conference selection by Hoop Group USA• Honored with John King Award in the Diamond State Classic Tournament in Delaware• Team finished ranked No. 3 in the state of New Jersey senior year with a record of 29-2• Helped lead team to a Non-public A State Championship during senior season• helped lead team to a Shore Conference Championship with an undefeated record senior year• Recipient of the Red Bank Catholic's Academic Excellence Award.
Personal: Caroline Corcoran • Daughter of Michael Corcoran and Kimberly Corcoran • Majoring in political science with a minor in marketing and communications.