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    Caylor Arnold
    Caylor Arnold


    Mount Gilead, Ohio

    High School:
    Mount Gilead





    Through the Lens of Caylor Arnold: NU's Professional Development

    Through NU For Life program, Wildcats gaining real-world experience in professional settings


    Wildcats Offense Backs Lamberth's Shutout of Cal Poly, 10-0 (6)

    Senior picks up her first shutout of the season and also drives in two at the plate

    2014: Appeared in three games ... Beat out an infield single in a pinch-hit appearance against Boise State (2/8) before remaining in the contest to catch ... Entered to catch against George Washington (2/14) as a defensive replacement, also going 0-1 with a walk and a run from the plate.

    2013: Appeared in three games as a pinch hitter, getting an at-bat versus Middle Tennessee State (2/15) and smashing a two-out, pinch-hit, ground-rule double against Cal Poly (3/2) for her first collegiate hit.

    High School: Three-time All-Mid Ohio Athletic Conference and All-Central District first-team selection ... Two-time All-State first team choice ... As a junior, batted .507 and slugged .857 while leading Mount Gilead to a MOAC Division championship ... Batted .497, slugged .847 and stole 27 bases as a freshman while her team finished the season with a 22-4 record ... Hit .467 with an .811 slugging percentage as a sophomore in 2010 ... Played 10 years of club with the Ohio Lady Lasers before playing last season with head coach Gerry Quinn and the Illinois Chill ... In 2005, named USSSA World Series MVP after leading the Lady Lasers to the World Series championship ... Team finished 10th at ASA Nationals in 2006 and eighth in 2010 ... Also lettered two years in indoor track and one year in basketball ... Honor Roll, Merit Roll and National Honor Society member ... MOAC Student-Athlete Award ... The American Legion Americanism and Government Program county winner.

    Personal: Born Caylor Janae Arnold ... Daughter of Bill and Tressa Arnold ... Enjoys nature photography ... Chose Northwestern over Louisville, Miami (Ohio), Ohio State, Indiana, Penn State and Kent State ... Majoring in communication studies.