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12 Jen Caiola
12 - Jen Caiola
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr./Sr.
Hometown: South Russell, Ohio
High School: Chagrin Falls
Position: Forward

2010-11: Started all 25 games as a junior... became the school's all-time three-point leader (178) at Northern Michigan (2/17)... ranked second on the team in scoring at 11.8 points per game, scoring in double figures 15 times... hit the 20-point mark three times, including a season-high 24 at Bellarmine (11/19)... also went for 22 points in GLIAC opener at Wayne State (12/2) and 23 points at DI Cleveland State (12/28)... had three games with at least eight rebounds, including a career-high-tying nine boards at Notre Dame (12/31)... named to the all-tournament team at United Electric/Metro Medical Tip-Off Classic at Bellarmine and the Notre Dame College Holiday Tournament.

2009-10: Played in all 27 games… second on the team averaging 13.4 points per game… averaged 3.3 rebounds per game… second on the team with 18 blocks… shot 77.9% (74-of-95) from free throw line… scored a season-high 28 points in a win over Slippery Rock on 12/12… named second-team All-Independent.

2008-09: Appeared in 25 games, starting 24... team’s third leading scorer at 10.0 points per game and top three-point shooter, making 47... scored in double figures 13 times, including a season-high 18 at Glenville State 01/19/09... hit five three-pointers at Ursuline on 2/4/09 and four in a game four other times... grabbed a career-best nine rebounds against Urbana.

PRIOR TO LAKE ERIE: At Chagrin Falls High School, was a four-year varsity player who scored more than 1,200 career points … was a three-time first-team Northeast District pick and a four-time first-team All-Chagrin Valley Conference selection … was also two-time All-News-Herald First Team and second-team All-Ohio pick … chosen as a GCBC All-Star and the MVP of the Chagrin Valley Conference her senior and junior seasons.

PERSONAL: Born July 8, 1990… majoring in business… parents are Don and Roz Caiola.