2017: Played in 16 games and made 10 starts...Posted nine points on the season with seven goals and two assists. Added nine ground balls, a draw control, and a caused turnover...Scored both of her shots against LIU Brooklyn (3/6), tying her career high...Picked up a career-high three ground balls against Butler (3/10)...Converted a free-position shot at Gardner-Webb (4/8) for the first free-position goal of her career.
2016: Played in 16 games, making five starts ... Scored four goals, including two against Liberty (4/23) ... Scored goals against Delaware State (2/13) and Bryant (3/15) ... Recorded an assist against Radford (4/9) ... Her five points on the season were a career-high.
2015: Played in 15 games, starting in five of them ... Notched her first goal of the season in the season-opener against Oregon (2/13) ... Scored individual goals against Jacksonville (3/22) and Delaware State (3/28) ... Dished out an assist in the Big South Tournament Quarterfinal game against Winthrop (4/28) ... Collected three ground balls and won six draw controls.
2014: Played in 12 games, starting one against Winthrop (4/27) … Made her collegiate debut against Cincinnati (3/9) ... Scored her first career goal with a pair against Howard (3/30) … Picked up a ground ball against Cincinnati, Liberty (4/6) and Saint Mary's (4/15) … Controlled a draw against Winthrop (4/27) … Caused a turnover against Saint Mary's.
High School: Lettered in lacrosse and field hockey at East Chapel Hill High School … Earned four consecutive conference championships in lacrosse, one field hockey state championship in 2012 and one lacrosse state championship in 2013 … Named US Lacrosse North Carolina National Team in 2012 and 2013 Academic All-American.
Personal: Cassandra Marie Watters was born on August 28, 1995 in Reston, VA … Daughter of Jacques and Christine Watters and sister of Clayton and Catherine Watters … Majoring in business administration … Cites her high school lacrosse coach, Michelle Michaels as biggest athletic influence because she pushed her to be a leader … Wants to win the Conference Championship and go to the NCAA Tournament while at PC ... Chose PC because of the great academics, lacrosse, and beautiful campus … Enjoys Greek dancing.