Caroline Dewing
Caroline Dewing
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Mountain Lakes, N.J.
High School: Mountain Lakes High School
Position: Breaststroke, Sprint Freeystyle

High School: Caroline was a three-sport athlete for Mountain Lakes High School. She lettered in swimming, cross-country and track and field. She was captain of both her swimming and cross-country teams. Her team was Morris County Champions in 2007 and 2008, Colonial Hills Conference Champions in 2005 and 2006 and Public B State Champions in 2008. Individually, Caroline was Female Swimmer of the Year for Morris County in 2007 and 2008 (Star-Ledger Newspaper), as well as Female Swimmer of the Year, All-Area 2008 (Daily Record Newspaper). She was Third Team All-State in 2007-2008 (Star-Ledger Newspaper), and she was All-Area in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 (Daily Record Newspaper). She also competed for the Lakeland Hills YMCA National Team. Academically, Caroline was the Mountain Lakes High School Scholar-Athlete and Outstanding Female Athlete. She won the William Kogen Community Service Award. She was also Mountain Lakes High School Salutorian and recipient of the Girl Scout Gold Award. Personal: Caroline is in Silliman College. She is undecided on a major and future career. In her free time, she likes to run, read, draw and travel. During the summers, she helped coach the Mountain Lakes Summer Swim Team. Her father Robert attended the Royal School of Mines at London University, while her mother Debra attended Bucknell. She has two siblings, Christopher (age 16) and Alexander (age 14). Why I Choose Yale: "I chose Yale for its residential college system, the wealth of opportunity, and the fascinating, diverse student body."