15 Caitlin Aversa
15 Caitlin Aversa
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Severna Park, Md.
High School: Archbishop Spalding
Position: Mid/Def
Major: Computer Information Systems


2012: Begins her senior year coming off a solid junior campaign ... she is an athletic midfielder that has the ability to be a solid scorer for the Green and White . . . is very versatile and has been used at all positions ... has good on the ball skills and has the ability to create shots for herself and her teammates . . . is a very tough player, with outstanding vision . . . will be a starter and likely to see playing time in the center of the field.

2011: Appeared in 16 games with eight starts . . . recorded a goal during a loss against Franklin and Marshall on Oct. 2 . . . finished the season with two points . . . registered a total 10 shots, with six shots on goal . . . had a single-game high two shots during a 4-1 win against Wesley on Oct. 1.

2010: Finished the season seeing action in 12 games including two starts in the Spartan midfield as she again experienced injury problems throughout the year . . . recorded a goal in the 4-2 September 18 win over Salisbury University . . . registered a season-high two shots in the October 9 loss at St. Mary's College.

2009: Saw action in 10 games after missing the start of the year with an injury . . . started the final game of the year in the CAC Semifinals at Stevenson . . . recorded her first career goal in the October 17 win over St. Mary’s . . . had three shots for the season.

Personal: Is a computer information systems major . . . the daughter of Anthony and Diane Aversa . . . plays her club soccer with the Severna Park Flame . . . was a second-team all-county selection in high school . . . owns a 3.39 cumulative GPA and earned a spot on the Dean’s List in the spring of 2010 and again in the fall of 2010 . . . earned a spot on the CAC All-Academic squad as both a freshman and a sophomore . . . names Lance Armstrong as the person she most admires . . . favorite athlete is Tim Howard . . . chose York because of the "athletic facilities and not too far from home" . . . lists her most significant athletic achievements as winning futsal nationals and beating McDonogh for the IAAM "A" Championship as a senior in high school . . . her most memorable athletic moment while at York is scoring a goal in the Spartans' 4-2 triumph over Capital Athletic Conference rival Salisbury on September 18, 2011.