#1 Caroline Towles
Position: Goalkeeper
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
High School: Shorecrest HS
Experience: 1 Letter
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Honors: 2011 WAC All-Academic

2011: Towles started 13 games in goal for Idaho as a junior … led the WAC with 6.33 saves per game during conference play and ranked second overall during the season with 5.46 stops per game for the year … earned her first career shutout on Sept. 25 in Idaho’s 1-0 win over Eastern Washington … made a career-high 12 saves in Idaho’s 1-0 loss at Fresno State on Sept. 30 … allowed 10 goals in her first three appearances in goal against Washington State, BYU and Gonzaga, but allowed just 10 combined scores in her final 10 games in goal during the season … made at least five saves in seven of her 13 appearances during the year … shut out Louisiana Tech for 67 minutes in the team’s 1-0 win on Oct. 16 before earning her first career red card … finished the season with 71 saves, a 1.54 goals-against average, a .780 save percentage and a 5-7-1 record … Fall WAC All-Academic honoree.

2010: Towles was a squad player for the Vandals as a sophomore.

2009: Towles spent her freshman season as a squad player.

High School/Club: Towles was a four-sport athlete at Shorecrest High School in soccer, basketball, softball and track and field. She was a second-team all-state selection in soccer, as well as a Seattle Times All-Star Team selection and a two-time Westco South first-team all-conference selection. She was selected as the North Girls Athlete of the Year by The Seattle Times for 2008-09.She led Shorecrest to a fourth-place finish at the 2008 soccer tournament. She recorded 33 shutouts and registered a 0.63 goals-against-average during her high school career. She was also an all-area selection and was named Fall Athlete of the Season for Shorecrest. She also earned Westco South honorable mention recognition for softball, was team captain of the basketball team and holds the school record for the javelin throw in track and field. She played for the Emerald City FC club team.

Personal: She is the daughter of Stephen Towles and Karen Lindvig. She has two sisters, Tiffany and Bridget, and one brother, Jordan. Her major at Idaho is Education.
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