Caralee Keppler
Caralee  Keppler

RS Senior

Rockville Centre, N.Y.

High School:
Oceanside HS

Last College:
West Virginia



Rockville Centre Tornadoes


No. 19 Wake Forest Shuts Out Clemson 1-0

Riley Ridgik scored the lone goal for the Demon Deacons


No. 1 Virginia Shuts Down No. 14 Wake Forest 2-0

The Cavaliers scored two first-half goals to earn the victory


No. 7 Deacons Rally to Stun No. 15 Portland 3-2

Wake Forest erased a 2-0 deficit with three goals in the second half


No. 7 Deacons Shut Out Washington 1-0

Katie Stengel scored the lone goal directly from a corner kick


Deacons Ranked 15th in NSCAA Preseason Poll

Wake Forest is one of seven ACC teams in the NSCAA preseason rankings


Women's Soccer Seniors - A Breakthrough Class

A look back at the careers of the Wake Forest women's soccer senior class


Women's Soccer Season Recap

A look back at the 2011 Wake Forest women's soccer season


College Cup Behind the Scenes


Wake Forest vs. Morehead State - 11-16-13

The Demon Deacons defeated the Eagles 2-0 in the first round of the NCAA Championship


Wake Forest vs. Virginia - Women's Soccer

The Demon Deacons fell to the No. 1 Cavaliers 2-0


Wake Forest vs. Louisville - 9/1/13

The Wake Forest women's soccer team faced Louisville


NCAA Quarterfinals - Wake Forest def. UCF

Wake Forest topped UCF 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament


Wake Forest vs. Penn State NCAA Third Round

Wake Forest defeated Penn State 4-2 in the third round of the NCAA Tournament

2011 All-ACC Second Team
2011 NSCAA All-Southeast Region Second Team

Career Summary:
Appeared in 62 games in three seasons at Wake Forest after transferring from West Virginia, making 60 starts ... Anchor of the Demon Deacon back line ... Named to the 2011 All-ACC Team ... Redshirted the 2012 season with an injury before returning to finish off her career in 2013 ... Part of the 2011 Wake Forest back line that kept 14 shutouts ... Built a reputation as fearless defender.

2013 (Redshirt Senior):
Appeared in all 21 games for the Demon Deacons, starting 20 of them ... Anchored the back line that kept eight shutouts ... Led all field players in minutes played ... Took three shots

2012 (Senior):
Redshirted the 2012 season

2011 (Junior):
Voted to the All-ACC Second Team ... Also an NSCAA All-Southeast Region Second Team Selection ... One of the centerpieces of the Wake Forest back line that kept 14 shutouts, which ranked as the second-highest total in school history ... Made 25 starts this season, missing only one game with an injury ... Ranked second on the team with 2,218 minutes played ... Did not come off of the field once in Wake Forest's last 17 games of the season ... Notched her first-career assist for her lone point of the season ... Earned the first assist of her career against Virginia ... Took a career-high two shots against NC State

2010 (Sophomore):
Played in 16 games for Wake Forest, including 15 starts ... Totalled one goal and two points ... Member of Wake Forest back line that recorded shutouts of UNC Wilmington, Kentucky and Clemson ... Missed seven games following the Virignia game with a high ankle sprain ... Returned to come off the bench in Wake Forest's NCAA Tournament second round game against UC Irvine ... Scored the Demon Deacons' first goal against LSU off a corner kick in the ACC/SEC Challenge ... Named to ACC/SEC Challenge All-Tournament Team

2009 (at West Virginia): Graduated high school early and enrolled at West Virginia in January 2009 ... As a freshman, played in 12 matches, starting 11 while battling injuries ... Scored winning goal in 1-0 win vs. #9 Rutgers in Big East quarterfinal.

Background: Did not play high school soccer, opting to play club with the Rockville Centre Tornadoes ... Guided club team to the state cup finals in 2007 and 2008 for Region I ... Played ODP for the Eastern New York Youth Soccer Association for two seasons ... Was a standout softball and track performer for Oceanside High, earning all-conference honors in track with a school record 300-meter time of 41.2 ... Excelled in softball, earning all-conference and all-county recognition.

Personal: Born August 7, 1991 ... Daughter of Don and Caron Keppler.

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