Lucile Cancre
Lucile Cancre

Player Profile

Lexington, Mass.

High School:
Lexington HS



Maryland Celebrates 2012-13 At Terp Awards

Women's lacrosse named Terrapin Cup Team of the Year; Men's golf and women's cross country earn President's Cup awards


Melville Wins High Jump at ACC Outdoor

LaFond named most valuable field athlete as ACCs wrap up Saturday


Cancre Named to ACC All-Academic Team

Senior high jumper lands on squad for second time


Terps Dominate at Maryland Invitational

Team earns seven individual wins


Terps Excel at UNC Invitational

Maryland led by Thea LaFond and Maryam Fikri

2013 INDOOR TRACK - Season best high jump at the ACC Championships (5-04.25)... Finished 15th overall.

2012 OUTDOOR TRACK - Season best mark in the high jump came at the Kehoe Twilight (5-8.75)...Finished 2nd in event...Jump is 7th all time in Terps history...Finished 8th at the ACC Championships in high jump (5-7.00).

2012 INDOOR TRACK - Season best in high jump came in 5-7.0 at the ACC Championships...Finished tied for 4th in event...Mark is 9th best all time at Maryland...Finished 7th in same event at the Millrose Invitational (5-7.0).

2010 INDOOR TRACK - Had season-best of 5-4.50 at the Hokie Invitational, finishing 8th... Tied for second at the Terrapin Indoor Invitational at 5-4.25... Also T2nd finish at the Patriot Games.

BEFORE MARYLAND - Massachusetts D1 state champion indoors in 2009 for Lexington HS... Finished in top five in states five times, including once in triple jump... Personal best in high jump is 5-6... Five-time All-Middlesex League in high jump and triple jump... Voted by school coaches as Most Versatile... Also won Coaches' Award and was most outstanding in her class three seasons... National Merit Semifinalist and member of National Honor Society.

PERSONAL - Born in Paris, France... Has three siblings - Maxime, Antoine and Felix... Parents are Fabrice and Marie-Jo Cancre... Volunteered with Amigos de las Americas in Honduras for six weeks...Came to Maryland for its diversity, balance between academics and athletics and location... Chose Maryland over Connecticut and Villanova.