2010: Played and started all 19 matches in goal ... Ended her career with a 32-28-13 record ... Ended career with 344 saves, ranking second in the Catamount record books ... Her 28 shutouts ranks first in the Catamount record books and second in the Southern Conference ... Her .811 saves percentage ranks second in the record books.
2009:Participated in all 19 games for the Catamounts with a combination of 1,786 minutes played ... Did not allow a goal in four games in two different streaks during the year (Sept. 18 - Sept. 27 and Oct. 18-Oct. 30) ... Broke her own school record in shutouts with nine on the season passing her mark of eight set in 2008 ... Inked a season-high 14 saves in scoreless draw with Dayton on Sept. 6 ... Set the school record in Goals Against Average for a season with a percentage of 0.73 ... On par to break the school record in save percentage ... Ranks first in the school record books with 23 career shutouts ... Is nine saves way from moving into second all-time in career saves with 236.
2009:Named to the preseason Southern Conference All-Conference team.
2008: Made 23 starts in goal during her sophomore season ... Finished the season with a 1.18 goals-against average in 2,066 minutes of play ... Recorded eight shutout victories, including a stretch of five-straight that featured a 1-0 shut-out victory against nationally-ranked South Carolina ... Posted career highs in shut-outs (8), saves (86) and wins (13) ... Made a career-best ten saves at North Carolina State (8/24) ... During the Southern Conference Championships, allowed only one goal in three games including two shutouts to earn SoCon Tournament MVP honors ... Made four saves during penalty kicks against top-seeded UNC Greensboro to capture the 2008 Southern Conference Championship and tourney MVP honors ... Became the second Catamount goalie to earn MVP honors, joining Alesha Row (2005) ... Only allowed more than two goals on three seperate occasions in the 2008 season.
2007: Made 19 starts in goal during her freshman campaign, appearing in all 20 matches overall... Finished the season with a 0.90 goals-against average in 1,803 minutes of play, which puts her in first place on the WCU all-time career list in the category and second-best in the Southern Conference... Recorded six shut-outs, tied for second-most in school history for a single year... Made 66 saves while only allowing 18 goals for a save percentage of .786, good for eighth-place in the SoCon... Had a career-high eight saves in the game at Clemson... Recorded her first career shut-out in a 2-0 win over Winthrop in the team's home opener... Named the East Tennessee State Invitational Tournament Defensive MVP after making ten saves in two games, allowing only one goal... Garnered SoCon Player of the Week honors for the same week.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Pendleton High School ... A Wendy's High School Heisman nominee as a senior ... Two-time Region Player of the Year as a sophomore and junior and also voted All-Region and also voted All-Golden Corners both years ... Helped lead club to a Regional Championships her sophomore season.
Personal: Full name is Caitlin Goodyer Williams ... Daughter of Leonard and Terry Williams ... Has two brothers, Adam and Dustin.