Carleigh Williams

Carleigh Williams


Beverly Hills, Fla.

High School:




All-Region Recognition

Seniors Coleman, Williams honored by NSCAA


UCF Duo Named to AAC All-Tournament Team

Williams, Wilkin recognized with postseason honor


Hardware Haul

Knights earn Coach, Offensive, Defensive and Goalkeeper of the Year awards


Four-midable Force

Carleigh Williams intends to make her senior year memorable after missing last year's postseason due to an ACL injury.


Repeat Complete

UCF women's soccer wins AAC regular season title for second-straight season

-NSCAA First Team All-Region
-American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year
-All-AAC First Team selection
-All-AAC Tournament Team
-Starter at centerback in every match
-Started in all but three of her 89 career matches
-Guided UCF's defense to six shutouts during the non-conference season and 13 on the year
-Assisted a goal in 4-0 win over Oregon State
-Shut down No. 23 Long Beach State to zero shots on goal
-Named AAC Defender of the Week after road wins over Memphis and Tulsa
-Named AAC Defender of the Week after leading UCF to its second-straight league regular season title
-Commanded a defense that allowed just two goals at home, helping clinch an 11-0 record, the first undefeated home slate since 1999
-Played every minute of UCF's postseason run to the Sweet 16

- Named to No Ka Oi all-tournament team
- Selected as the American Athletic Conference's first Defender of the Week (8/26)
- Named the American's Defender of the Week (9/23) after helping snap No. 10 Georgetown's 16-home-game win streak and securing a shutout against FGCU
- Named the American's Defender of the Week (10/29) leading UCF's defense to two shutouts at Houston and SMU to clinch the league's regular season title and the program's first undefeated conference season since 1999

- Logged a team-high 2,143 minutes on the field
- Member of a defense that posted 15 shutouts for a school and Conference USA single-season record
- Starter in every game
- Notched assists against conference opponents Memphis (9/21) and Marshall (10/21)
- Played all 90 minutes in UCF's school-record-matching shutout (13) for the Knights' first win in four years over five-time defending C-USA Tournament champion Memphis (10/31) in the quarterfinals
- Played every minute of UCF's shutouts over SMU (11/2) and Tulsa (11/4) to deliver team's first conference tournament championship title -Part of a defense that finished the season ranked second nationally for goals against average (.524) and fourth nationally in shutout percentage (.625)

- Helped UCF to its first NCAA Elite 8 appearance since 1987
- Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team
- Played in 23 matches, making 20 starts
- Recorded 1,835 minutes during the campaign
- Registered four shots on the year

Prior to UCF
-2010 - Citrus County Female Athlete of the Year and Soccer Player of the Year, all-county team selection, team captain and Defensive MVP
-2009 - Citrus County Soccer Player of the Year, all-state team honoree, regional player of the year, all-county team, team captain and Defensive MVP
-2008 - All-county team and Defensive MVP
-Lettered 11 times in five different sports: soccer, volleyball, track and field, softball and weightlifting
-Played for the Florida Rush in the Region III Premier League from 2009-11
-2010 - FYSA State Cup finalist
-2009 - FYSA State Cup finalist, Disney Showcase, CASL Showcase
-2008 - Disney Showcase and CASL Showcase
-ODP '92 Florida State Team in 2009
-Member of the National Honor Society and has been on the honor roll all four years

-Daughter of Jim and Nettie Williams
-Has one sibling, Casey

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