2016: Through 11 outings, tallied 39 saves to tie for 10th in the conference in total saves…Recorded 11 saves against CSU Bakersfield (9/2) and 8 saves in a loss to Wofford (9/9)…Made 2 saves and allowed a goal in a complete-game effort against USC Upstate (9/16), helping the Blue Hose to a 2-1 victory.
2015: Appeared in four games and made two starts ... Logged 203 minutes ... Recorded 11 saves for a .733 save percentage and held a 1.77 goals against average ... Held a 1-1-0 record ... Generated eight sames at Jacksonville (8/30).
2014: Played in three games... Made her first career start against Alabama State (9/7)... Recorded three saves in her 70 minutes of goal-time.
High School: The 2014 team captain led the Rams to four straight playoffs berths and holds the school records for lowest goals against average, most shutouts and fewest goals allowed... Region 8AAAAAA Goalkeeper of the Year in 2014 along with a First Team All-Region selection and a Region 8AAAAAA All-Star nod... Helped Grayson to the AAAAAA State Final and won the region for the first time in school history... Finished with a 51-7-2 record in goal with 38 shutouts and the records for fewest goals allowed, lowest goals against average and most shutouts... Captured All-Region honors in 2013 by shutting out 13 opponents in 17 matches... Allowed only one goal in nine games as a freshman and improved on school records on a sophomore and a junior... Starred for Tophat Soccer Club and has led the team to two state championships, two Region III Premier League titles and a Southern Premier League championship... Guided the club to two Atlanta Cup championships and a quarterfinal finish in the US Soccer Southern Regionals, allowing zero goals in 2012 and only one goal in Region III Premier league play in 2013.
Personal: Cadye Elizabeth Picklesimer was born on April 1, 1996 in Norwich, Conn.... Daughter of John and Susan Picklesimer... Cites her father as her biggest athletic influence... Chose PC for the family feel... Plans to major in secondary education and history.