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´╗┐Beverly's Soucy verbally commits to play hoop at UNH Caroline Soucy still has another year at Marianapolis Prep In Connecticut, but she now knows where she will spend the next four years after graduating. Soucy, a Beverly resident, has verbally committed to play basketball for the University of New Hampshire. A two sport prep school star for the Golden Knights, Soucy broke the school record in soccer for single season last fall by finding the back of the net 40 times. She is the point guard in basketball for Marianapolis and a New England Prep School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) all star who helped lead her team to the Class A Tournament and an 11 5 record. She averaged 14 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals per game. "it's so exciting and at the same time I am relieved to finally commit," said Soucy. "I was originally a 2015 (year of graduation), but reclassified to a 2016 when I decided to repeat my junior year at Marianapolis. I think it was a good move academically, athletically and for maturity reasons. "When I reclassified, it really opened a lot of doors and I got a lot of interest." Schools such as theUniversity of Albany, Iona, Fairfield and others were all interested in Soucy's basketball talents. She admits, however, that UNH was always at the top of her list. "It was perfect because I didn't want to go too far away, (plus) they offered me a great scholarship that takes care of almost everything," said Soucy, who visited the Durham campus twice. Lauren Moore, who nike town serves as both her Marianapolis coach as well as for her New England Crusaders AAU team, said Soucy's maturity and natural ability nike untouchable 1 have allowed her to excel. "Caroline has a very high basketball IQ along with a sense of team and what it takes to be a good teammate," said Moore. "I've been her coach for three years in AAU and two at Marianapolis and watched her develop. Defense and shooting got her (noticed) on the court first; she's the hardest worker I ever coached. It's been fun to see her mature, and UNH is a great place for her to have an impact." Soucy believes she'll likely major in business. ArticlesFive drug arrests in one day in SalemLegendary Bishop Fenwick coach Tierney passes awaySalem State student charged in assaults on classmateMoulton's wedding features North Shore flavorCity worker, wielding knife, charged in standoffTwo nike 4 percent historic Beverly buildings may still face demolitionPopular aquatic center won't reopen after allOCHO CINCO: Marino breaks loose, unbeaten Marblehead gets by PeabodyFrom the ground up: Car dealership to move up Route 114, lower hillMayor threatens to pull out of parade