|Hometown:||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|High School:||Fundação Anglo-Brasileira de Educação e Cultura|
High School: Two-time Player of the Year and International High School MVP at Fundação Anglo-Brasileira de Educação e Cultura in Brazil… Four-year letterwinner… Named Most Improved Player in futsal and soccer as a sophomore in 2014.
Academic Awards: Recipient of the 2015 Sir Alfred Norris Prize For Academic Distinction.
Personal: Moved to Brazil from the United Kingdom… Son of Joseph and Anna Carroll… Father played tennis at the University of North Carolina… Grandfather is a Yale graduate, Class of 1950.
3 QUESTIONS FOR CARROLL
Biggest soccer influence and why? Ronaldinho, mainly because he is always happy when he plays, always with a smile on his face. He plays like magic with unpredictable moves and passing in every direction, he always transfers his happiness to the supporters and to his teammates, alongside being a great teammate and a leader. In his prime, few players can beat the level at which he played, with his shooting, footwork skills, speed and near-perfect sense of his teammates positions. I try to emulate Ronaldinho’s positive and upbeat influence and, especially, his creativity in passing and unpredictable dribbling and footwork.
Do you have an idol or hero: Jorge Paulo Lemann, a successful businessman who has a lifelong love for sports. He is Brazilian and one of the first Brazilians to play NCAA Varsity Division 1 sports at an American University, in his case tennis at Harvard. Jorge Paulo is well known for his humility, leadership and how to build and work with teams, promoting on merit and achieving consistent successes and how to manage and motivate people. Similarly, I will always want the healthy and competitive challenges in athletics and already enjoy the process of motivating and working with my peers.
Why Yale? Coach Stannard and the coaching staff showed me that the soccer program at Yale have great days ahead. The drive, motivation, expertise and good fun they displayed to me stood out for me during my several weeks spent at College ID camps and tournaments in the US – and convinced me that I wanted to be a part of the Yale program. Yale has always been in my family, and my American grandfather, 89, went to Yale undergrad (Class of 1950!) and has always told me of the fun he had during his time at Yale – and, as well, the lifelong friendships among alumnae.
|Oct 13||at Cornell||W, 2-1|
|Oct 16||at Army West Point||W, 2-1|
|Oct 20||Penn||T, 1-1|
|Oct 27||Columbia||L, 2-1|
|Nov 3||at Brown||L, 1-0|
|Nov 10||Princeton||W, 1-0|
|Aug 31||Niagara||W, 1-0||-||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Sep 3||Fairfield||L, 2-1||-||1||0||2||1||1.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 7||at Howard||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Sep 9||at Georgetown||L, 3-1||1||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Sep 14||Michigan St.||T, 2-2||1||0||2||2||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Sep 18||at Bryant||W, 4-0||1||1||1||3||3||.333||0-0||0|
|Sep 21||George Mason||W, 2-1||1||1||0||2||3||.333||0-0||0|
|Sep 23||at Fairleigh Dickinson||W, 1-0||1||1||0||2||1||1.000||0-0||1|
|Sep 29||at Harvard||L, 1-0||1||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Oct 6||at Dartmouth||T, 1-1||1||0||1||1||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 9||Vermont||L, 3-0||1||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Oct 13||at Cornell||W, 2-1||1||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Oct 16||at Army West Point||W, 2-1||1||0||0||0||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 20||Penn||T, 1-1||1||0||0||0||1||.000||0-0||0|
|Oct 27||Columbia||L, 2-1||-||0||1||1||2||.000||0-0||0|
|Nov 3||at Brown||L, 1-0||1||0||0||0||0||-||0-0||0|
|Nov 10||Princeton||W, 1-0||-||1||0||2||2||.500||0-0||1|