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#16 Meredith Cain
Position: Midfield
Year: Senior
City/State: Pittsburgh, Pa.
High School: Upper St. Clair

Honors
2013 Second-Team All-Ivy
2012 Honorable Mention All-Ivy
2011, 2012, 2013 Ivy League Tournament All-Tournament Team

2013: Second-team All-Ivy ... Team captain … Started all 17 games … Set a new career high and led team with 42 points … Also posted career high while leading team with 13 assists … Scored at least one goal in 15 of 17 games … Led team with 46 draw controls, registering three or more in eight games … Opened season with a goal and an assist against Drexel (2/23) … Scored once and added two assists at Harvard (3/9) … Scored three goals and added four draw controls against Yale (3/16) … Posted two goals and an assist while winning six draws to go with three ground balls and two caused turnovers against Vanderbilt (3/21) … Set or tied career high in goals (4), assist (2) and points (6) while winning five draws against Cornell (3/24) … Earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week honors for her performances against Vanderbilt and Cornell … Went for five points on four goals and an assist at Lehigh (4/3) … Picked up a career-high six ground balls while scoring once at Columbia (4/6) … Scored two goals in each of the final three regular season games (4/17-4/27) … Added four draw controls against Princeton (4/17) … Posted four total points on two goals and two assists at Northwestern (4/27) ... Scored three goals and added an assist and four draw controls in Ivy League Tournament semifinal against Cornell (5/3) ... Registered one goal and one assist against Dartmouth in Ivy League Tournament championship win ... Named All-Tournament at Ivy League Tournament ... Scored one goal against Virginia in NCAA Tournament first round ... Ended career on nine-game goal scoring streak, totalling 17 goals.

2012: Honorable mention All-Ivy ... Started all 17 games ... Set career highs with 32 goals and 38 points ... Ranked second on the team in both categories ... Also second with 43 draw controls ... Opened season with three goals and an assist at Drexel (2/25) ... Registered three draw controls against the Dragons, starting a stretch of five consecutive games with three draw controls ... Scored three goals against Rutgers (3/7) ... Went for three points (2g, 1a) at Yale (3/17) to go with three draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers ... Posted a season-high four goals against No. 13 Georgetown (3/21) ... Won four draw controls, adding four ground balls and two points at No. 18 Cornell (3/24) ... Scored a hat trick and added three draw controls against Columbia (4/1) ... Tallied another hat trick as part of a four-point game against Brown (4/21) ... Scored three goals and added four ground balls at No. 17 Princeton (4/25) as party of Ivy title-clinching win ... Tallied seventh hat trick of the season in Ivy League Tournament semifinal win over Harvard (5/4) ... Won two draws and added three ground balls against No. 13 Dartmouth (5/6) in Ivy League Tournament championship game .. Was named All-Tournament at Ivy League Tournament ... Registered three points (2g., 1a) at Loyola in NCAA Championship first round.

2011: Started all 17 games ... Ranked second on team with 22 goals ... Third on squad with 28 points and fourth with six assists ... Recorded 29 draw controls, good for second on the team ... After recording just five points in first nine games, finished season with 23 points in final eight games ... Posted seven multi-goal games ... Scored two goals in 10-7 win over No. 3 North Carolina (3/5) ... Netted two goals in 9-8 win at Harvard (3/12) ... Had three draw controls and three ground balls in back-to-back games against Cornell (3/27) and at No. 1 Maryland (4/1) ... Scored game-winner at Columbia (4/3) ... Notched first career hat trick against No. 16 Dartmouth (4/16) as part of a four-point game ... Scooped up four ground balls and two draw controls against No. 15 Princeton (4/20) ... Scored twice while winning three draw controls at Brown (4/23) as part of title-clinching win ... Scored three goals with an assist while winning five draws against No. 4 Duke (4/29) ... Set career high with five points on three goals and two assists in Ivy League semifinal against Princeton (5/6) ... Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Ivy League Tournament ... Posted a career-best four goals with an assist in NCAA Tournament game at Duke (5/15).

2010:
Appeared in 14 games, starting one ... Finished with seven points on four goals and three assists ... Was a key part of team's draw control efforts, finishing fourth on team with 21 draw controls ... Had a goal and an assist against Columbia (4/4) ... Equaled that performance against Brown (4/25) ... Had first career two-goal game in Ivy League Tournament semifinal against Princeton (4/30) ... Also had five draw controls against the Tigers ... Came away with six draws in NCAA quarterfinal at Maryland (5/22).

High School: Two-time team captain ... All-America as a senior ... All-America honorable mention as a junior ... Three-time first-team WPIAL all-star and WPIAL Section 3 all-star ... 2009 Almanac Athlete of the Year finalist ... Winners Edge Camp Player of the Year as a sophomore ... Played for Intrepid club team ... 2007 National Draw all-tournament ... 2008 Champion's Cup all-tournament ... 2008 Upper Atlantic Team 3 National Tournament ... Also lettered in field hockey and was WPIAL all-section selection ... Student council member ... St. Lucy's Medallion for Volunteer Service ... Kids Helping Kids, outreach program to the Dominican Republic ... Environmental Club treasurer ... Athletes Taking Action participant.

Personal: Daughter of Patricia and Kevin Cain ... Has one brother, Ryan ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Why Penn? "Penn has everything I was looking for in a college: outstanding academics, a beautiful campus, an amazing lacrosse program, and a really close-knit team. After working with the coaching staff at various camps, I was sure that Penn would be the right choice."


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