21 Caitlyn Wurzburger
2019 U.S. Women's U19 Team|
Creativity. Passion. Skill. Dedication.
Those are just some of the attributes that have made Caitlyn Wurzburger one of the most electric players in the sport. From the day she committed to college as an eighth grader, and really before, she's been as good as advertised.
Even with her senior season cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she finished her career at American Heritage with an astounding national high school record of 1,027 points. She made the varsity as a seventh grader and had over 100 goals and 100 assists in four separate seasons.
As one of the youngest players on the 2019 U.S. U19 team, she was right in her element, leading the team with 40 points in seven games. Her 19 assists were the most ever for a U.S. player in the tournament.
- Helped U.S. to gold medal in 2019 U19 world championship
- Named to All-World team
- Led team in scoring with 40 points and 19 assists was a U.S. tournament reocrd
- Key contributor as a freshman for North Carolina
- Had a career-high five goals in a 12-11 win over Duke
- Set a national record with 1,027 career points (503 goals, 524 assists)
- No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2020 by Inside Lacrosse
- US Lacrosse All-American (2017, 2018, 2019)
- Heather Leigh Albert Award (2018)