About Sloane: Caitlin is a two-guard who understands the game and plays with intuition.
2007-08: Started 16 of 22 contests for the Blue Jays averaged 5.5 points in 25.3 minutes per game had four steals in three contests and five or more assists on five occasions scored eight points to accompany five assists and five rebounds in the season opener against Wesley (11/17/07) hit three 3-pointers at Ursinus (1/9/08) had back-to-back 10-point games against Bryn Mawr (1/12/08) and Notre Dame (1/15/08) scored seven points and dished out a season-high six assists at Swarthmore (1/19/08) notched eight points in two straight games against McDaniel (1/24/08) and Dickinson (1/26/08) helped Hopkins to a 49-35 victory at Bryn Mawr with seven points and three rebounds (2/20/08).
2006-07: Played in 18 games for the Blue Jays, an injury forced her to miss five games mid-season scored a season-high 10 points in a win over Ursinus (1/11/07) dished out a career-high seven assists against Moravian (11/19/06) had 13 steals on the year, including a career-high four against Franklin & Marshall (1/17/07) recorded three blocked shots and 34 assists pulled down 18 rebounds on the year.
2005-06: Played in 29 games as arookie finished with 97 points, 29 assists, 11 steals and three blocks also pulled in 23 boards, including 15 defensive scored in double figures twice, including a career-high 18 against Villa Julie (2/9/06) shot 6-of-8 from 3-point range against Villa Julie her six 3-pointers against Villa Julie were just two shy of the JHU single-game record led Hokins with 14 points against Pitt-Greensburg (3/4/06) in ECAC-South Championship went 5-of-5 from the free throw line and hit three 3-pointers against Pitt-Greensburg led Hopkins in 3-point field goal percentage (.387) and was third in 3-point field goals made (24).
Personal: Caitlin C. Sloane daughter of Thomas and Ann Sloane born August 30, 1987 1,000-point scorer in high school three-year team captain earned coach's award team was IAAM A-Conference runner-up also played field hockey and softball named team's most valuable player, team captain and all-conference in softball named captain and second-team all-county in field hockey high school's SADD president sister, Sarah, played field hockey and lacrosse at St. Mary's College (MD) majoring in psychology.
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