2003: A key veteran player in Florida State's Col-lege Cup run... when freshman Kelly Rowland was moved to center back just five games into the season it was Cagle who made the first start of her career filling in at the right back spot where she went on to start 21 games...after the defensive realignment, the FSU defense went from allowing an average of two goals a game to 0.80 goals per game... started all seven times FSU played versus a Hermann Award semifinalist...part of an FSU defense that set a school record with nine shut-outs, set a school record with four ACC shut-outs and a school record with four consecutive ACC shutouts and six consecutive shutouts overall...the team finished the year allowing just five goals in ACC play, which beat the previous record (11) by six goals and Cagle and the FSU defense allowed just 28 goals, the fewest in school history...Cagle and her FSU backline faced a Hermann semifinalist in 10 of the team's 26 games in 2003 and allowed just three of those players to score a goal. (in the ACC) went from appearing in 10 ACC games and making no starts in her first two season to start-ing all seven ACC games for FSU in 2003... she and the rest of her back line allowed a school-record five goals in ACC play and Cagle had huge performances in many of her starts in-cluding at No. 1 North Carolina...a starter on an FSU defense that recorded the only shutout of the ACC Tournament and allowed just one goal all weekend in the run of play. (in the NCAA's) started all four games as FSU advanced to its third Sweet 16 in the last four years and first ever College Cup...played one of her best games of the year in the Elite Eight as she and Teresa Rivera shut down Florida's potent at- tack on the flanks, limiting UF to just a 88th-minute goal.
2002: Played in 18 of FSU's 23 matches ...one of FSU's top reserves and usually one of the first off the bench when the Seminoles sub on the flanks. (in the ACC) appeared in five of seven conference matches...appeared in 11 of FSU's 14 ACC matches since joining the Semi-noles in 2001...part of a midfield unit that scored 19 goals and recorded 21 assists in 2002 and that scored five goals and recorded five assists in conference matches. (in the NCAA) appeared in three of FSU's five NCAA Tourna-ment games since her freshman season in 2001. (2002 Highlights) recorded the first point of her two-year career when she assisted on Katie Talley's goal versus USF...her only shot of the year was on frame and came against George Mason.
2001: Provided much-needed depth and minutes off the FSU bench in the wide midfield and in the back...appeared in 23 of FSU's 24 games...recorded two shots and two shots on goal in road games versus FIU and UCF...had perfect 1.000 shot on goal percentage in 2001 ...Cagle's pace allowed her to play with some of the best players in the ACC and she improved every game throughout the season garnering more playing time each week. HIGH SCHOOL: All-State first team for three years...All Big-Bend first team three years ...won state championship as a freshman at Maclay...key member of a team that scored 181 goals during her freshman season... helped Maclay average 170 goals during sophomore and junior seasons...led Big-Bend with 48 assists during junior year... played for No. 1 team in District 4A at Leon during her senior year...third in assists and scoring in Big Bend during her senior season...played every position except goalie at Leon...selected to 2001 Buckholtz All-Tournament team...ran track in high school and posted a personal best time of 12:05 in the 100m.
ODP EXPERIENCE: Attended U-18 National team training camp in 1999...Region III ODP team from 1999-2001...state ODP from 1996-2001...traveled with Region III team to France, Greece, Italy and Phoenix, Ariz. in 2000 and Portland, Ore. and Boca Raton, Fla. in 1999...attended national trials in Houston, TX and participated in the U-21 National team trials in Las Vegas, NV... Region III pool in 1996.
CLUB: Played for Florida State Cup cham-pion Soccer Academy and participated in regionals in 2001...played for Top of Florida, Pensacola Samba, Countryside Lightning and Team Boca...won Florida State Cup in 2000 with Team Boca...finished third in regionals with Team Boca in 2000...runner-up for Florida State Cup in 1999 with Countryside Lightning ...also played in Wags, Raleigh Shootout, Texas Cup and Junior Orange Bowl tournaments... Top Gun Invitational Champions and Atlanta Cup runners-up in 1998...Plano Labor Day semi-finalist in 1998.
PERSONAL: Grandfather is in the Na-tional Football League Hall of Fame and was named the College Football Player of the Year in 1929, which in 1935 became known as the Heisman Trophy.
ACADEMIC: 2001-2002 ACC Academic Honor Roll...major is exercise science.