Senior duo tabbed finalists for top award in college lacrosse
As a Junior in 2009: IWLCA National Midfielder of the Year...ACC Player of the Year...ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player...ACC Women's Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year...Tewaaraton Trophy finalist...Honda Sports Award finalist...First Team All-American...First Team Regional All-American...WomensLacrosse.com Midfielder of the Year...won a gold medal as a member of the U.S. National Team in the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague... the heart and soul of Maryland's youth-laden squad in 2009...led the Terps with 86 points on 54 goals and 32 assists...tallied at least one goal in every game during Maryland's 21-game winning streak and recorded at least a point in every match in 2009...put Maryland on her back in the ACC championship game versus Duke, scoring four late goals to help the Terps to the title...scored a career-high seven goals versus UMass (2/21)...scored three or more goals eight times, including four goals in Maryland's NCAA quarterfinal win against Syracuse (5/16)...tallied five or more points on six separate occasions...recorded six points on one goal and five assists at James Madison (3/27)...netted three goals and added three assists versus New Hampshire (3/15)...netted four goals and tacked on a pair of assists in Maryland's regular season finale against Princeton (5/2)...the captain paced Maryland in caused turnovers with 22 and was third on the squad in groundballs (30) and draw controls (37).
As a Sophomore in 2008: IWLCA/US Lacrosse Second Team All-American...All-ACC...IWLCA South Region First Team selection...Started in all 21 games for the Terps as a sophomore...scored 27 goals and dished out 27 assists en route to 54 points...set a career-high with four goals in the squad's season opening win at UMass (2/23)...netted a pair of scores in a 23-10 rout of Boston College (2/24)...established a career-high four assists against Richmond (3/12)...led the Terps to a win over #17 Dartmouth (3/15) with three goals and four assists...scored three goals in a conference win against Virginia Tech (4/19)...tallied three assists in Maryland's NCAA win versus Temple (5/11)...scored three goals on four shots in the NCAA quarterfinals against Duke...had at least one point in every game except one...also had 31 groundballs and 27 draw controls.
As a Freshman in 2007: Member of the All-ACC Academic Team ... named to the WomensLacrosse.com All-Rookie Team ... started all 20 games in the midfield and was a force all over the field ... scored 18 goals and assisted on 17 others ... third on the team with 29 draw controls, fourth with 21 caused turnovers, and fifth with 27 ground balls ... career-high two assists against Yale (5/13) in the NCAA first round and added three draw controls ... two goals and picked up two ground balls and draw controls at Virginia Tech (4/22) ... one goal and two assists with two ground balls at Penn State (4/8) ... one goal, one assist, and two ground balls at Georgetown (4/3) and against Stanford (3/28) ... two goals and two ground balls against North Carolina (3/24) ... two goals and an assist against Johns Hopkins (3/21) ... two assists and two draw controls at Dartmouth (3/16) ... career-high four draw controls against Brown (3/10) ... two goals, ground balls, and draw controls against Duke (3/3) ... one goal and an assist with three ground balls and a career-high four caused turnovers against Boston College (2/24) ... career-high three goals and added three ground balls in the season-opener at UMBC (2/19).
Prep: Standout player at Notre Dame Prep ... named to the 2005 High School Baltimore/Washington Tewaaraton Team ... two-time All-Baltimore County selection ... first team All-Met honoree by the Baltimore Sun ... named Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) All-Star in 2005 ... twice selected to the Towson Times first team ... helped her team to the IAAM title in 2003 ... also excels in soccer where she earned first team All-Baltimore County honors ... chose Maryland over Virginia, North Carolina and Georgetown.
Personal: Caitlyn Clare McFadden was born May 28, 1988 in Baltimore, Md. ... is the daughter of Mary Clare and Michael McFadden ... has a younger brother, Mickey ... lists parents as the people she admires most ... majoring in kinesiology.