Wurzberger on Carroll:
Washington1999 (Junior): Had his most prolific offensive season to date ... lead the team in scoring with 17 points, tallying seven goals and three assists ... goal total was a career-best ... started 14 of 22 games ... connected with Jake Sagare on winning goal in overtime to beat Denver 4-3 ... also scored two goals in Denver win ... five total points in that game was the top single-game performance by a Husky in 1999 ... also assisted Sagare on winning goal in 3-2 first-round NCAA tournament victory at Portland ... tallied both UW goals in 3-2 loss to Massachusetts ... was only Husky to record multiple two-goal games ... tied for sixth in the MPSF in goals; tied for seventh in points ... 13 career goals and 10 career assists lead all returning Huskies.
1998 (Sophomore): Contributed offensively in his sophomore campaign, scoring four goals and six assists...led all underclassmen with 14 points...tallied two assists in a 4-0 MPSF victory over Cal Poly-SLO...assisted on the game-winner against No. 13 Portland...tied for 11th in the MPSF in assists with six and 19th in points...played in all but one game, starting seven.
1997 (Freshman): UW's highest scoring freshman, recording two goals and dishing off one assist for five points...took 15 shots on goal...appeared in 10 games during the season...scored in two of the last three games he played, against Oregon State and San Francisco...assisted on a goal in the first game against OSU.
Club/High SchoolCaptain of the Olympic Development Program state team and played with fellow UW teammate Mark Hogenhout for two seasons on the ODP team...played four seasons at South Eugene, under Benji Kent his first three years and Stephan Studley as a senior...team was Midwestern League champions in each season and advanced to the Class 4A semifinals of the state championships his senior year...scored 11 goals and added 13 assists that season...as a captain his final year, he was selected to the all-league team and the state's second team...as a junior, he was first-team all-state, as well as team captain and MVP...was selected to the Midwestern League first team as a sophomore and junior.
Carroll's Career Statistics