|High School (Prev. School)||Lee|
A preseason Second Team All Mid-Continent Conference selection ... ranks eighth in school history with 130 career three-point field goals ... enters the season second all-time shooting 39.0% from beyond the arc.
2005-2006: Appeared in all 29 games, making 26 starts ... an Honorable Mention All Mid-Con selection ... named Mid-Con co-Player of the Week on November 29 ... ranked 38th in the nation in three-point field goal percentage (40.2%) ... 27th in the country making 2.6 triples per game ... 76 threes were third most in a season in school history ... had 17 double-figure scoring games ... hit an off-balance three as time ran down to force overtime in the win against Kent State on the way to a season-high 23 points ... recipient of team's Dorothy M. McCormick Award ... named to the Mid-Con All-Academic Team ... named to the Mid-Con Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
2004-2005: Saw action in all 28 games for the Crusaders, making eight starts ... drew starting assignments in five of the last six games of the season ... named Mid-Con Player of the Week on December 14 and shared the honor on March 1 ... set a school record with nine three-pointers against UMKC ... nine triples were tied for second most in Division I on the season ... scored a career-high 29 points on 10-of-14 shooting against the Kangaroos ... drained seven treys against Central Michigan on the way to scoring 23 points ... pulled down a season-best six rebounds against Loyola (Chicago) ... dished out a career-best five assists against Central Michigan ... ranked fourth in the Mid-Con in three-point field goal percentage connecting on 39.5% from beyond the arc ... named to the Mid-Con All-Academic Team.
2003-2004: Appeared in 14 games as a rookie ... missed 11 contests due to injury ... scored a season-high eight points in collegiate debut at Oregon ... grabbed three rebounds at IPFW ... made all four free throws that were attempted ... made two three-pointers at Oregon.
Prep: A three-time First Team All-District selection for the Generals ... a three-time First Team All-Region IV selection ... named to the Second Team All-State in 2001 and 2002 ... the 2001 and 2002 Highlands District Player of the Year ... named Region IV Player of the Year as a senior ... holds school record for career scoring with 1,650 points ... holds school mark for three-point shooting percentage (40%) ... named Most Valuable Player of the Virginia High School Coaches Association Girls All-Star Game after scoring 26 points on six three-pointers ... played for coach Stephanie Ward ... also ran track and field and played volleyball ... class valedictorian.
Personal: Carrie is the daughter of Jerry and Mary Myers ... born July 8, 1985 ... majors are graphic design and French.