Caitlin Hawley

Oshkosh, WI

Nickname: Caitlin
Hometown: Oshkosh, WI|
Currently Living In: Milwaukee
School: Cardinal Stritch University, Freshman Year I played soccer at Eastern Illinois University
Graduation year: 2021
Area of study/what do you want to do: I am currently studying Criminal Justice as a major and Psychology for a minor. I would like to be a detective or special agent, however before I do that I want to play professional soccer.
Occupation: I am a full time student, I am  also on the school’s soccer team but I also work part time as a res life desk assistant.

Position: Forward
Playing Soccer Since: Since I was 7
Last Team You Played For: Cardinal Stritch and the Milwaukee Torrent

Favorite soccer memory: Playing in the NAIA National Tournament this past year and making it to the Sweet 16, the best part was playing alongside my older sister.
Biggest soccer accomplishment: Making it to the NAIA National Tournament Sweet 16 with my team, but I think the best is yet to come.
Biggest life accomplishment: 
Thus far, receiving a scholarship to play college soccer.
Soccer Idol: 
Cristiano Ronaldo

Favorite Food: Spaghetti
Favorite Hobby: Helping my little sisters with soccer.
Hidden talent: I can do the splits (I don’t know if that’s considered a talent)
Top 2 Favorite Movies: Goal: The Dream Begins and The Blindside
Favorite Band: I like many alternative rock bands.

What do you bring to the team? Heart and Hustle
Why do you love soccer? It is my happy place and it is my passion in life. I don’t think words can describe how much I love this game.
What are you excited about? I am excited to play soccer at a high level with a great group of girls. I am looking forward to spending my summer playing for the glory.
What does this mean for you? This is an opportunity for me to grow as a player and person.

Caitlin says:
What sets the glory apart from other teams is the individuals behind the team. You can tell they truly care about soccer and helping us (the players) not only with soccer but in life. A coach truly becomes a coach when they teach you about more than just soccer.