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Caroline Coyer
Caroline  Coyer


Oak Hill, Va.

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Caroline Coyer Earns Spot on United States Team For Pan-American Games

Pan-American Games Will Be Held in Toronto From July 16-20


Villanova Falls in OT at WVU in WNIT Quaterfinals

Emily Leer Scores a Career-High 29 Points in the Loss


Villanova Advances to WNIT Quarterfinals with Win Over St. John's

Katherine Coyer Led The Wildcats With A Career-High 23 Points


Villanova Defeats Old Dominion 71-66 in WNIT Second Round

Wildcats Will Host St. John's In The Round Of 16


Villanova Set to Host Maine in the WNIT

The Game Is Set for Friday, March 20 At 7 P.M


Villanova vs. DePual (USATSI)

Villanova falls to DePaul, 58-55


Women's Basketball Vs. St. John's, 1.25.2014

The Wildcats took on the Red Storm of St. John's as they celebrated Pat Simmons and the "We Back Pat" campaign in a 81-69 win on Sunday morning.


Women's Basketball vs. Georgetown

Villanova women's basketball vs. Georgetown at the Pavilion


Women's Basketball vs. Creighton

Villanova Women's Basketball hosts Creighton Feb. 1 at the Pavilion.


Women's Basketball vs. Xavier

Villanova defeated Xavier at the Pavilion on January 25, 2014.

VILLANOVA: Named preseason first team All-Big East...Team's leading returner scorer...Expected to be one of Villanova's go-to players...Possesses great quickness and outstanding ball handling skills...Has very good passing skills.

2014-15: Earned a spot on the United States Pan American Team that will compete in the Pan American Games in Toronto from July 16-20...Named first team All-Big East...Philadelphia Big Five Player of the Year...Led the Big East Conference and ranked 10th nationally in assist to turnover ratio at 2.7 to 1 (162 assists/ 60 turnovers)...Started all 36 games and led the Wildcats in scoring (13.4 ppg.), assists (162), steals (49) and minutes played (35.5 mpg.)...Ranked second on the team in rebounding at 5.2 per game...Shot 41.0 percent from the floor (179-of-436), 35.0 percent from three-point range (75-of-214) and 69.5 percent from the foul line (48-of-69)...Scored double figures in 27 of the 36 games, including eight games of 20 points or more...Scored a career-high 28 points on two occasions versus St. John's and Providence...In the St. John's game she was 11-of-18 from the field and 6-of-10 from three-point range...The 11 field goals versus St. John's represent a career-best performance...She also made a career-high tying six triples in the Providence game...Grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds versus Georgetown... Dished out a career-high 11 assists against North Carolina State...Scored 26 points at Marquette on 9-of-15 shooting, including a 3-of-4 effort from behind the arc...Had 26 points against DePaul in the Big East semifinals.

2013-14: Named the Big East Sixth Man of the Year...Earned second team All-Philadelphia Big Five honors...Led the Big East and was second in the country in assist to turnover ratio at 3.83 (115 assists/30 turnovers)...Started four of 32 games and averaged 27.8 minutes per game...Average 10.2 points per game to rank second on the team...Ranked second on the team in assists (115 for 3.6 apg.) and steals (37)...Ranked third on the team in rebounding at 4.3 per game...Shot 35.6 percent from the field (112-of-314), 22.0 percent from three-point range (36-of-163) and 81.7 percent from the foul line (67-of-82)...The free throw percentage was third best in the Big East...Scored in double figures in 18 of the 32 games...Named Big East Player of the Week on Feb. 3 and was a Big East Honor Roll honoree on Dec. 23 and Jan. 20...Registered a career-high 20 points at Marquette...Dished out a career-high nine assists at Lehigh...Credited with a career-best four steals against Montana State and Penn...Made a career-high seven field goals versus Marquette and Penn...Pulled-down a career-high seven rebounds on four occasions...Went 7-of-8 from the foul line for a career-best effort against Creighton.

2012-13: Missed 11 games due to a hand injury suffered in the Providence game on Jan. 23...Averaged 7.4 points per game, 3.1 rebounds per contest and 2.5 assists per game in 21.6 minutes per game...Shot .298 from the field (49-of-164), .277 from three-point range (28-of-101) and .882 from the foul line (30-of-34)...Registered seven double figure scoring games...Scored a career-high 18 points against Delaware on 6-of-15 shooting, including a 4-of-11 effort from three-point range...Grabbed a career-best seven rebounds against Montana...Played a career-high 31 minutes at Cincinnati.

Oakton: Two-time high school All-American...2012 Orlando Sentinel All-Southern first team...2011 & 2012 Washington Post All-Metropolitan first team...Two-time All-State honoree...2012 Virginia State Coaches Player of the Year...2012 Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year...2012 Associated Press Ms. Basketball in the state of Virginia...2011 & 2012 Northern Virginia Player of the Year...Four-time All-District selection...2011&2012 District Player of the Year...All-time assist leader in Virginia AAA basketball...Only the second player in Virginia state history to register 1,500 points and 500 assists...Her #5 jersey was retired at Oakton High School and the jersey is currently hanging in the National Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tenn...Started all four years and helped her team to a 110-5 record, four district championships, three Northern Virginia championships and the 2012 state title...Appeared in Sports Illustrated Faces in the Crowd section on Feb. 27, 2012...Three-year team captain.

Personal: One of three children of Chris and Nancy Coyer...Twin sister, Katherine, is also a member of the Villanova women's basketball team...Father played football at the University of Minnesota...Brother, Chris, is currently a quarterback at Temple University...Born 10/27/93.