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Caroline Turco
Caroline  Turco


Phoenix, MD

High School:
Bryn Mawr




Johns Hopkins Women's Lacrosse Season Preview

Hopkins Opens the Season on February 15 at American


DiMartino Has Record-Breaking Day in JHU's 17-12 win over UMBC

DiMartino Breaks School Single-Season and Career Draw Records


Johns Hopkins-Towson Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays and Tigers to Meet Saturday at Homewood Field


Johns Hopkins Runs Past Hofstra, 17-3

Fitzgerald Scores Game-High Four Goals


Ohio State Tops Johns Hopkins, 8-7

Maffucci, Fitzgerald Score Two For the Blue Jays

2016: Played 16 games and started one • totaled five points (2g, 3a) • scored in win over American • handed out an assist and caused a turnover in loss at #17 Ohio State • scored in win over Hofstra • dished an assist in win over Furman • notched an assist and caused a turnover in win over UMBC.

2015: Played 10 games, totaled three points (1g, 2a) • notched an assist in loss at #14 Loyola • scored in win over American • tallied an assist in win over Vanderbilt • caused a turnover in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.

2014: Played 19 games and totaled four goals, five points, 10 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers • scored in season-opening win over Marquette • scored on free position in win at Mount St. Mary’s • scored and handed out an assist in win over American • caused a pair of turnovers and scooped up three ground balls in win at George Washington • scored in win over Boston University • grabbed two ground balls and caused a turnover in win over UMBC • caused two turnovers and controlled two draws in win at Old Dominion.

2013: Played 16 games and started eight in rookie season • scored four goals and handed out five assists • notched first career point, an assist, in season-opening win over Old Dominion • totaled four points (2g, 2a) in win over George Washington • caused three turnovers in overtime loss at American • scored in overtime win over Vanderbilt • scored in upset at #11 Virginia • notched assists in back-to-back games versus UMBC and Penn State.

Personal: Caroline E. Turco • daughter of John and Nancy Turco • sister, Jenna, was on the rowing team at Clemson • led team to conference semifinals as a junior and senior and quarterfinals as a sophomore • posted a 44-10 record in three seasons • interned at the Johns Hopkins Radiation Oncology unit • majoring in public health.