Lindsey’s love for lacrosse has resulted in experiences from all sides of the field as a player, coach and official. As a player, Lindsey played for the Division I George Washington University lacrosse program, graduating in 2014. She began her rookie season as a Defender, before working her way up to starting her final three seasons as midfielder, being named the team’s most valuable midfielder for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Lindsey still enjoys field time as part of the Baltimore based Lady Boh’s club, part of the Women’s Mid-Atlantic Club Lacrosse League (WMACLL), a league comprising of post-collegiate teams in the Baltimore, Annapolis, and DC regions.
As a coach, Lindsey is proud to have spent several years as a part of the coaching staff for a top high school program in the Howard County Public School System, before coming to MC Elite. She is also a certified official for the Central Maryland Officials Association at the high school level. She hopes to uplift every MC Elite player so that they believe in their full potential, and believes that if you put in the effort, you are never too old to continue to develop and learn as a lacrosse player.
Lindsey holds a Master’s of Science in Computer Science from John Hopkins University and works at the John Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL) in Laurel, MD.