Carrie Williams ’05 was a 4-time all-region selection in women’s lacrosse who finished her career as Ohio Wesleyan’s all-time leader in goals scored. Her freshman year, she totaled team bests of 37 goals and 50 points. Her average of 2.64 goals per game was third in the NCAC, her average of 0.95 assists per game tied for fifth in the NCAC, and her average of 3.57 points per game was third in the league. She was a second-team All-NCAC selection and a second-team all-region choice. As a sophomore, she led the Bishops with 44 goals, 18 assists, and 62 points. Her average of 2.93 goals per game was sixth in the NCAC, her 1.20 assists per game was fourth in the NCAC, and her average of 4.13 points per game was fourth. She was a second-team All-NCAC selection and an first-team all-region pick. Her junior year, she led the team with 35 goals and 47 points. Her average of 2.69 goals per game was third in the NCAC, as was her average of 3.62 points per game, and her average of 0.92 assists per game was fourth in the league. She was a first-team All-NCAC selection and was a first-team all-region pick. As a senior, she led the team with 41 goals, 16 assists, and 57 points. Her averages of 2.56 goals and 1.00 assists per game each ranked third in the NCAC, and her average of 3.56 points per game was fourth in the NCAC. She scored 3 goals during a 7-1 game-ending run against Denison in the championship game of the NCAC tournament, including scoring the game-winner to break an 11-11 tie, as Ohio Wesleyan won its first conference championship in women’s lacrosse. She was named NCAC Offensive Player of the Year and was a first-team All-NCAC and first-team all-region selection. Ohio Wesleyan went 12-4 overall and 4-2 in the NCAC, won the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the NCAA Division III tournament for the first time. She set the OWU career record with 157 goals, while her career total of 59 assists ranked fourth and her 216 points was second on the OWU list. During her 4 years, Ohio Wesleyan went 38-25 (.603), including a mark of 14-12 (.538) in the NCAC, won one NCAC tournament, and made an NCAA Division III tournament appearance. She also lettered twice in soccer and was a member of both the 2001 and 2002 national championship teams.