Caroline Wootten
Caroline  Wootten


Atlanta, Ga.

High School:
St. Pius X




Club Team:
Tophat SC


Late Surge Not Enough in 1-0 Loss to Hokies

Wake Forest took three dangerous shots in the final 10 minutes, but Virginia Tech held on thanks to a first-half score.


No. 11 Irish Edge Deacs with Late Goal

Notre Dame's Megan McCashland scored the game-winner in the 88th minute as Wake Forest fell, 1-0.


Wake Forest Finishes Non-Conference Slate Unbeaten

By defeating Davidson, 1-0, on Sunday, the Demon Deacons head into the ACC schedule with an 8-0-0 record.


Deacs Rebound After Early Goal to Beat ODU, 3-1

Wake Forest scored three unanswered goals Maddie Huster, Bayley Feist and Jenna Romano to erase a 1-0 deficit and improve to 7-0-0.


Deacs Beat New Hampshire, 4-0, Match Shutout Record

Wake Forest tallied four second-half goals, including the first-career scores for Jenna Romano, Maddie Brock and Madison Baumgardner, and tied the program's record with five straight shutouts.


Wake Forest 1, Davidson 0

Wake Forest finished its non-conference schedule unbeaten at 8-0-0 with a win over Davidson.


Wright State Postgame Interview

Wake Forest 1, Wright State 0 - Postgame interviews with Tony da Luz and Caroline Wootten


My Five with Caroline Wootten


No. 11 Notre Dame 1, Wake Forest 0

The Fighting Irish scored a late goal to defeat the Demon Deacons, 1-0.


Wake Forest vs. Boston College

Wake Forest earned its first ACC win of 2016 with a 2-0 win over No. 25 Boston College.


Project Pumpkin 2015

Wake Forest student athletes participate in Project Pumpkin, passing out candy to kids from the Winston-Salem Community.


Project Pumpkin

Wake Forest student-athletes volunteered at Project Pumpkin on Wednesday (Oct. 29).


Wake Forest vs. Miami - WSOC - 9-15-13

Wake Forest defeated Miami 4-0 at Spry Stadium

Career Summary:
Caroline Wootten played in 50 career games and made 26 starts, finishing her career with 19 points on six goals and seven assists ... Missed much of her sophomore and junior seasons with injuries before bouncing back with a healthy senior season ... Four of her six career goals were game-winners.

2016 (Senior):
Experienced a resurgence in her final campaign, appearing in all 18 games and making a career-high 14 starts ... Finished in a tie for fourth on the team with seven points and second with three assists ... Both of her goals were game-winners, against Davidson (Sept. 11) and Boston College (Oct. 15) ... Took career-highs of 24 shots and 12 shots on goal ... Notched assists against FIU (Aug. 25), New Hampshire (Sept. 4) and Old Dominion (Sept. 9).

2015 (Junior):
Missed time due to injury ... Played in four total games off the bench, recording a shot on goal at Samford.

2014 (Sophomore):
Missed a majority of the season due to injury after a strong start to the year ... Scored the game-winning goal in the season-opener against Wright State ... Assisted on the game-winner against No. 13 Georgetown ... Missed all of October, but returned to play 30 minutes in the season finale ... In total, played in seven games and made a pair of starts at the forward position ... Finished with seven shots, three of them on target.

2013 (Freshman):
Played in all 21 games in her freshman season, making 10 starts and scoring three goals and handing out three assists ... Ranked fourth on the team with nine points ... Scored the first goal of her career in the season opener against Kentucky ... Notched her first career assist against Alabama ... Made first start in a win over North Texas ... Put up the first multi-point game of her career with a goal and an assist in a win over No. 18 Duke ... Found the back to the net to help the Demon Deacons post a 3-2 comeback win at No. 15 Portland ... Earned an assist in Wake Forest's 4-0 win over Miami ... Played the full 90 minutes for the first time in her career against Virginia in the third round of the NCAA Championship.

Played three years for coach Sara Geiger at St. Pius X, leading the team to the state championship in 2010 and 2011 ... Guided the Golden Lions to the regional championship in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Named MAXX Sports Plus Player of the Game 2011 ... Captain of Tophat SC for six years ... Led the division with 36 goals in 2011 and tied for top scorer in division in 2012 ... Part of ODP team that placed third in Nationals in 2011 ... Earned third place in Disney Showcase 2013 ... Appeared in the PUMA Showcase 2011 for the top-100 players in the nation ... State Cup Semi-Finalists 2012.

Daughter of Chuck and Jennifer Wootten ... Born October 22, 1994 in New Orleans, Louisiana ... Full name is Caroline Austin Wootten ... Brother Zack plays football at the University of Chicago

Women's Football Camp