Biography:

Jocelyn CaterOne of the youngest to ever play for the National Team, Cater first represented Canada in 2010 at the Junior Women’s Pan Am Qualifier, winning a silver medal. In 2011 she played for both the Senior and Junior National teams, winning a silver medal with the Senior Team at the 2011 Pan Am Games. Cater played club softball with the White Rock Renegades U18 team at the 2012 Canadian Championships, winning the gold medal and receiving Top Player and Top Pitcher awards. In 2013, while a member of the University of Washington Huskies, Cater advanced to the Women’s College World Series. In 2013 she won silver with the Senior National Team at the Pan Am Championships.  Cater transferred to Syracuse University in 2014 for her sophomore year.

PERSONAL

Family: John and Angie Cater… Younger sister Meaghan Cater… Getting into the Sport: Started playing softball at age 11… School: Transferred from the University of Washington to Syracuse University in 2014 (Junior – studying psychology and forensic science)… Odds and Ends: Favourite motto: Live in the moment… Career highlight was pitching against Team USA in her first summer with the Senior National Team…

NOTABLE INTERNATIONAL RESULTS

PAG: 2011 – SILVER ISF WCh: 2012 – 4th
PAC: 2013 – SILVER WCup: 2012 – BRONZE; 2011 – BRONZE