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At Missouri State:Caroline Rooker returns for her final season with the Bears, after totaling nine career points, and will continue to work on the MSU's defensive line. 2005: Rooker competed in all 18 matches for Missouri State as a junior. She recorded 11 shots, two assists and four shots on goal. Rooker's corner kick became an assist on Parsons' game-winning goal in the Bears' 2-1 win over Western Kentucky. 2004: Rooker registered seven shots and two assists in her sophomore campaign, starting in all 17 matches for the Bears. She had an assist on the fifth goal of the Bears' 6-1 defeat of Murray State and another assist in the a 2-0 shutout of Eastern Illinois. Defensively, Rooker helped lead the Bears to Missouri State women's soccer single-season records for single-season goals-against average (0.73) and fewest goals allowed in a season (13). 2003: Rooker saw action in all 21 matches in her rookie season with four starting assignments. She recorded five points on two goals and one assist for the Bears' squad. Background: Caroline Rooker was a four-year starter at Norman North High. She was selected to the all-district team as a sophomore and received all-conference honors her sophomore, junior and senior seasons. She also competed in volleyball and cross country. Personal: Caroline is the daughter of Bruce and Becky Rooker and she was born Dec. 17, 1984.