|Hometown:||St. Joseph, Mich.|
|High School:||Stevensville Lakeshore|
2016 Season (Sophomore): Started 16 games for the Bulldogs…scored two goals, and had four points on the season…had four shots on goal.
2015 Season (Freshman): Played in 20 games, started 18 on defense, helped Ferris State to GLIAC regular season runner-up finish during the winningest season in program history. Scored five goals and tallied four assists for 14 points. Had 19 shots on goal. Scored first goal as a Bulldog on 9/9 against Indiana Wesleyan. Had a goal and an assist in a 2-0 win over Walsh on 9/20. Had goals in each of Ferris State’s last two victories on 10/25 over Ohio Dominican and 11/3 over Northwood during winningest season in program history.
Prior To Ferris State: Coached by Brian Samuel … Four-year varsity letterwinner … Also has competed in basketball on the prep level … Active in several school organizations such as Key Club, Assets Advisory Committee and Young Life … National Honor Society member … Has played club soccer for the Athletic Jaier Soccer Club … Daughter of Stan and Joni Dubbert … Has a younger brother and sister … Plans to major in either Pre-Pharmacy or Pre-Physical Therapy at FSU … Her first cousin, Lyndsey Mueller, played NCAA Division I soccer at the University of Minnesota … Earned Division 2 All-State honors each of the last two years … Three-Time all-conference honoree … Has earned all-district recognition three-straight years … Two-Time all-region choice … Has also earned all-state accolades along with all-conference honors in basketball … Academic All-State recipient … Posted 12 goals and 12 assists as team finished 18-2-1 in 2014 … Netted nine goals and 14 assists as a sophomore after notching four goals and seven assists in her freshman season … Has led team to 15 wins or more each of the last three campaigns … Guided the squad to three-straight district crowns … Helped team win a conference title in 2013 … Once went on a mission trip to Canada.
Coach McCaslin on Dubbert:
"We spotted Carley at first in our camp system and knew she was going to be a special kid. From one camp to the next she improved a number of areas in her game that made her extremely desirable for us to commit and sign. She has played her club soccer in the center of the midfield but likely will be an outside back or up front for us. Carley has good pace and can run for days, giving us more options to play out of the back. Her technical ability that she's honed will serve her well as she makes the step to the college game."