#18 Lindsay Powell
AS A SENIOR: Appeared in four games … netted three goals on the season, including a pair in Notre Dameâ?TMs NCAA Tournament loss to No. 9 Duke.
AS A JUNIOR: Recovered from second ACL injury in two years to play in all 17 games with 14 starts … scored 18 goals with nine assists for 27 points … went 4-for-8 on free position shots … finished the year with seven ground balls, 11 draw controls and two caused turnovers … the 18 goals ranked fifth on the team and the 27 points ranked fourth … four free position goals tied for the team lead … took 43 shots to rank fifth on the Irish … opened the season with a four-point game at Stanford, scoring twice ands assisting on two more goals … assisted on two goals at Vanderbilt … scored twice in the win over No. 19 Rutgers … assisted on the game-winning goal in double overtime against Louisville … also scored once, gathered two ground balls, controlled a draw and caused a turnover against the Cardinals … scored twice and added an assist against Cincinnati … had a goal, assist and season-high three draw controls against No. 17 Loyola … scored a pair of goals and scooped up a ground ball in ND’s win against No. 8 Georgetown … posted a hat trick against Marquette … recorded three points against Stanford in the NCAA Tournament, scoring twice and assisting on another Irish strike … named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Recovered from a torn right ACL that kept her out during entire freshman year to have breakout sophomore campaign, providing an explosive goal scorer to the Irish offense … named second team all-BIG EAST and second team West/Midwest all-region … led team with 44 goals, and finished fourth in the BIG EAST in goals per game (2.75) and sixth in goals (44) … finished second on team in points (45), fourth in draw controls (23), tied for first in free-position goals (9), first in shots (89) and first in shots on goal (78) … 44 goals put her into a tie for 10th in school history for goals in a season … also finished in a tie for first on the team and third in the conference with three game-winning goals … finished tied for eighth in league during conference games only for goals a game (2.50) and tied for seventh in goals (20) … also tied for second with two game-winning goals during conference play … nationally was tied for 29th in goals a game (2.75) and tied for 44th in goals (44) … had an impressive .494 shooting percentage and .876 shots on goal percentage … started all 16 games she played in before tearing left ACL in week leading up to BIG EAST Tournament … had two or more goals in 13 games, and 10 games with three or more goals … opened career with eight games with two or more goals, including three or more goals in seven of those contests … opened career with five-goal performance in season-opening win versus No. 6 Stanford (17-14) … followed that performance with hat tricks in three consecutive wins against Duquesne (17-7), No. 10 Ohio State (16-7) and Boston (14-11) … continued multi-goal streak in wins over Yale (2 goals, 15-9), No. 16 Cornell (3 goals, 17-13), Louisville (4 goals, 13-11) and Rutgers (4 goals, 13-12) … scored five goals in a win at Villanova (18-5) and two each in wins against Connecticut (16-9) and No. 18 Vanderbilt (12-11) … scored game-winning goal in double overtime at No. 12 Georgetown (7-6), finding the back of the net after sprinting 30 yards up the field with the ball … closed regular season with hat tricks in a loss to No. 1 Northwestern (17-7) and win against Cincinnati (22-2) … named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for first time after the six goal, five draw control performance against the Wildcats and Bearcats … also proved key on draw controls for the Irish, producing six games with two or more draw controls, including a career-high five in a win against Louisville (13-11) and four against Cornell (17-13) … collected a career-high four ground balls in a win at Boston (14-11) and had three in a win at Connecticut (16-9) … named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star … earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Missed the entire 2011 season with torn right ACL.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-sport standout in lacrosse and soccer at Honeoye Falls-Lima High School in Honeoye Falls, N.Y. … team captain of lacrosse team as a senior in 2010 … helped Honeoye Falls-Lima to a berth in the state semifinals where she scored seven goals and was named to the all-tournament team … had 61 goals and 26 assists for 87 points as a senior … selected first team all-Monroe County … named the Monroe County Division Three player of the year … first team all-Greater Rochester and first team U.S. Lacrosse All-American and academic All-American … as a junior led Honeoye Falls-Lima to the New York State finals where she faced fellow teammate, Kaitlyn Brosco’s Shoreham Wading River team … scored six goals in the title game and six in the semifinal win … finished the season with 69 goals and 34 assists for 103 points … first team all-Monroe County and all-Greater Rochester … U.S. Lacrosse academic All-American … selected Times Warner Sports most valuable player … won second consecutive Brine Unsung Hero Award … during sophomore campaign, help school to New York State semifinals … was a first team all-Monroe County and honorable mention all-Greater Rochester selection with 37 goals and 19 assists for 56 points … played club lacrosse for the Lady Roc team winning the Champions Cup in 2008 and the 2009 Star Spangled Elite Championship … in soccer, scored 23 goals with 16 assists over two seasons … team captain as a senior … two-time all-Monroe County … honorable mention (2008) and first team (2009) all-Greater Rochester selection … third team all-State as a junior and fourth team as a senior … played in the Section V Exceptional Senior Game where she had two goals and two assists … full name is Lindsay Anne Powell … daughter of Ian and Leah Powell … has one brother, Tyler, and two sisters, Christine and Amanda … born in Rochester, N.Y. … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in accountancy … also enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters and is pursuing a supplementary major in computer applications.
Powell’s Career Statistics
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