Feb. 13, 2013
Forward/Midfielder, 5-5, Monroeville, Pa./Gateway H.S.
Quoting Miller: "Carly is a striker with a bull in the china shop mentality. Her work ethic and desire to create chaos on a defensive line is incredible. She's a player with a true striker's mentality that brings a bit of savviness to her game and will bring a ton of energy to our front line."
High School: Will graduate in June, 2013 from Gateway High School in Monroeville, Pa., where she played four years of varsity soccer as a central midfielder for head coach Kevin Sanders and Chris Spudich...Three-time All-State selection and four-time All-WPIAL selection...Two-time Regional All-American...National All-American nominee following her senior season...Two-time Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune-Review All-Area selection...Led the Gateway Gators to two sectional championships (2010 and 2012)...Concluded her four-year varsity career with 66 goals and 46 assists...Finished her senior season with 24 goals, 11 assists and 59 points...Led Gateway to the WPIAL Class 3A State Semifinals during her senior season, which was the farthest the school had ever advanced...Scored the game-winning penalty kick and the game tying goal in a WPIAL semifinal win over Canon-McMillan...Registered eight multi-goal games as a senior...Totaled a hat trick and one assist vs. Woodland Hills...Finished with two goals and two assists vs. Allderdice...Led the Gators in scoring during her senior, junior and sophomore seasons...Four-year starter...Scored 19 goals and finished with 16 assists as a junior...Played on the Beadling Soccer club team from 2004-2013 for head coach Weston Hawley...Six-time club state champion with Beadling...High Honor Roll student...Played varsity basketball her freshman year.
Personal: Born Carly Seneca on November 12, 1994...Daughter of Christopher and Denise Seneca...Has two siblings Kristian and Courtney...Uncle Paul Seneca played baseball at Pitt...Father Chris Seneca played basketball at Bucknell University...Committed to Pitt in April 2012.
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