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#18 Jocelyn Cater
Position: Pitcher
Height: 5'11"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Delta, B.C.
High School: Seaquam Second School
WASHINGTON
2013 (Freshman):
Pitched the final inning vs. Penn State ... allowed two runs on two hits and struck out three ... pitched 1.0 inning in relief vs. Yale ... made her collegiate debut in relief on opening weekend in the second game of the season vs. UAB ... pitched 2.2 innings, allowing just one hit with two strikeouts ... also appeared in relief in the first game vs. Hawai'i.

High School/Club
From Delta, British Columbia, Canada, Cater is the next in a great line of Canadian National Team players to come to Washington ... she attended Seaquam Secondary School and played club for the White Rock Renegades 95' ... she joins current Husky and Canadian teammate Victoria Hayward and follows in the footsteps as a pitcher of Danielle Lawrie ... she at the Canadian Open for both the Junior and Senior National Teams and the Softball World Cup this past summer ... she most recently earned a silver medal at the Pan-Am Games in Oct., and at the World Junior Qualifying Games in Columbia ... in 2008 and 2012 she was the top pitcher at Nationals ... won the National Championship Gold in 2012 ... won silver at the Junior World Championships in 2008.

Personal
Born on July 29, 1994 ... parents are Angie and John and has one sister, Meaghan ... has former club/HS teammates that play at Stanford and Oregon ... most admires her parents because, "they motivate me through everything and always believe in me."

Cater on why Washington
"I chose the University of Washington because the mix of athletes and academics is unbelievable. I wanted to get a good education and have a chance at a national championship."

Coach Tarr on Cater
"Jocelyn has a chance to be one of the best pitchers to play at UW. She's a hard throwing left-handed pitcher with big time international experience, playing for both the junior and senior Canadian National teams. We are excited to see her compete with the junior team this December in South Africa and the senior team this summer at the Canadian Open and the World Championships in the Yukon."

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