Tori Cano
Tori Cano

Player Profile

Sea Cliff, N.Y.

High School:
North Shore



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On Cano: Gained valuable playing experience at the end of last season in postseason play and in the spring ... "Tori is a gifted athlete with unlimitied potential and we look for her to be ready to compete," said Meharg.

As a redshirt freshman in 2002: Earned first-career start vs. Davidson, posting first-career shutout, playing all 70 minutes ... logged a career-high 74:31 vs. No. 16 William & Mary in the first round of the NCAA Tournament making four saves in the 2-1 victory ... registered a career-high eight stops in the NCAA Tournament loss at No. 1 Old Dominion ... named to the ACC Honor Roll.

As a freshman in 2001: A redshirt season.

Before Maryland: An all-county and all-conference goalie at North Shore ... posted 17 shutouts and amassed a 20-3-4 record over her junior and senior seasons ... participated in 2001 USFHA National Indoor Tournament, the 2000 National Hockey Festival and the 2000 and 2001 National Futures Tournament with her club team, the Cape Ann Coalition ... also an accomplished gymnast and softball player in high school ... all-league in softball as a senior ... selected to play in the conference all-star softball game.

Personal: Born July 1, 1983 ... Victoria is the daughter of Patricia and Anthony Cano ... has three brothers: Anthony (27), Brian (24) and Keith (15) ... an honor roll student, peer leader and homecoming queen in high school ... an education major.

Cano's Career Statistics
Year   GP   GS   Saves   GA   Sv %   Min.   GAA   ShO
2002    7    3      13    6   .684   306    1.37    1

Cano's Single-Game Highs Saves: 8 at Old Dominion (Nov. 18, 2002) Minutes: 98:30 at Virginia (Oct. 6, 2002)

Cano Up Close
Who is your hero/role model?
My mom.
One word to describe me on the field is: Loud.
One word to describe me off the field is: Spontaneous.
After Maryland, I'd like to: Be a teacher.
Favorite quote: "Shoot for the moon because even if you miss you will land among the stars."