Honors & Awards
- Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2014, 2015)
- CoSIDA Academic All-District (2014)
- Academic All-Big Ten (2013, 2014)
- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2012, 2013, 2014*; Spring 2012, 2013, 2014*, 2015*)
- Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2014, 2015)
- Nebraska SAAC President (2015-16)
*-denotes perfect 4.0 grade-point average
Caroline Flynn scored four goals in 2014, good for third on the team, and added three assists. Flynn started all 19 games, averaging 74 minutes a game, and took 24 shots (11 on goal).
Flynn earned points in each of the first three games of the season for the Huskers, scoring against SMU and Butler, while adding an assist against DePaul. Her goal against the Mustangs came off a deflection from 20 yards away in the 22nd minute. Against the Bulldogs, Flynn notched the game winner for the Big Red in the 83rd minute. She assisted Jaycie Johnson's score in the 89th minute against the Blue Demons.
Flynn scored in two of the last four games of the season, helping the Huskers to victories over Indiana and Iowa. Her goal against the Hoosiers in the 12th minute proved to be the game winner as she received a cross from Mayme Conroy. In the season finale against the Hawkeyes, Flynn headed in Samantha Areman's corner kick in the 35th minute.
A leader in the classroom, Flynn earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors and Academic All-Big Ten accolades after the season. She also was named a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar for the second consecutive year.
2013 (Medical Redshirt)
Flynn participated in only four matches before suffering a season-ending knee injury at practice. She averaged 65 minutes per contest prior to her injury and added a pair of assists.
Flynn assisted freshman Jaycie Johnson's first career goal with a give-and-go pass in the season-opening 4-0 victory over Southeast Missouri at the Nebraska Soccer Field on Aug. 23.
In the second match of the year against Cincinnati on Aug. 25, Flynn made a through ball pass for her second assist of the year in the 54th minute as Stacy Bartels scored from 12 yards out in the Huskers' 4-1 win.
An outstanding student, Flynn was named a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar after earning academic All-Big Ten honors. She also claimed a spot on the inaugural Tom Osborne Citizenship Team in 2014.
Flynn stepped right into the Husker lineup as a true freshman, as she started all 18 games she played. She missed two of Nebraska's 20 games on the year with injury.
Flynn made her debut in the season opener at Oklahoma, where she fired three shots, all on goal, but was unable to find the back of the net. She produced four shots in Nebraska's home opener against Drake, the first of four times on the year she notched four shots in a game.
Flynn scored her first career goal in a 1-1 double-overtime tie with Northern Colorado on Sept. 16. The Huskers outshot the Bears, 30-13, on the day, but were unable to break the 1-1 tie.
Flynn notched her first career assist in the regular-season finale against Minnesota at the Nebraska Soccer Field on Oct. 26. She helped Mayme Conroy score her 13th goal of the season at 76:18. Conroy tied the game, 2-2, less than 10 minutes later.
Flynn chose to forego her senior season at Lincoln Southwest High School and instead joined the Huskers before the start of the spring semester.
Flynn was the Huskers' lone signee in the 2012 class from Lincoln and played at Southwest with former Husker Bri Badje.
Flynn played at Southwest during her freshman and sophomore seasons before playing her junior year at Normal Community High School in Normal, Ill. She then returned to Southwest for her senior year.
While in Lincoln, Flynn was a team captain as a sophomore in 2010 and led the team in assists. She was an instant contributor as a freshman in 2009 with nine goals and five assists for the Silverhawks to rank second on the team in scoring.
During her only season at Normal, Flynn was a team captain and earned the Ironman Award for being the team's hardest worker. She also earned all-state honors from the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches Association.
Flynn chose Nebraska over Minnesota, Virginia, Kansas and Creighton.
Flynn played club soccer for the Toro Soccer Club under Coach Marcus Kelcher. She was teammates with fellow Husker signees Jaylyn Odermann, Alex Massey, Chelsi Rohloff and Alyssa Flannery. Flynn was part of four State Cup championship teams and was on the 2008 squad that won the Region II championship.
Caroline is the daughter of the Danny Flynn and Eileen Flynn. She was born on Feb. 28, 1994, and has one brother, Daniel. Caroline is majoring in communication studies at Nebraska. She has earned academic All-Big Ten honors twice, and was a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar in 2014 and 2015. She is a seven-time member of the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll, including three consecutive semesters with a 4.0 GPA. Flynn earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors in 2014.
Flynn's Career Statistics
Flynn's Career Highs
Points - 2, (4x) last vs. Indiana (10/19/14)
Goals - 1, (3x) last vs. Iowa (10/31/14)
Assists - 2, vs. North Dakota (9/7/14)