2005 Season: In 10 games averaged 0.9 points and 0.6 assists in 5.6 minutes…Posted a season-high five points on August 25 vs. New York…Recorded season-highs with 17 minutes, three rebounds and four assists on August 18 at Connecticut.
College: Averaged 13.2 points while shooting .473 (520-1099) from the field and .411(270-657) from three-point range over her career as a Buckeye… Finished her career ranked at the top of every three-point career list in Ohio State record books – three-pointers made, attempted, and percentage…Also ranks first among Buckeye career leaders with an .855 mark from the free throw line…As a senior was named an All-American Honorable Mention selection by the Associated Press and was honored as a Senior C.L.A.S.S. All-American…Captured the 2005 ESPN/Midas Three-Point Shootout…Named to the All-Big Ten Second Team for three consecutive seasons (2005, 2004, 2003)… In 2003 was the recipient of the Edward S. Steitz Award, which is presented to the best three-point shooter in the country…Took a medical redshirt during the 2001-02 season after fracturing the third metatarsal in her left foot…A two-time Big Ten All-Academic selection (2004, 2003)… Majored in history and communication.
International: Member of the 2003 USA Basketball World Championship for Young Women Team that won a gold medal in Croatia at the FIBA World Championship for Young Women.
Full name is Caitlin Brooke Matter
Was named Ms. Ohio Basketball 2000 and was honored as Ohio’s Division III High School Player of the Year twice (1999, 2000)
Was a member of Team Ohio that captured the 1998 AUU National Championship
In addition to playing basketball, was a two-time state champion in the shot put and discus