RILEY ON PIEPER: "As a freshman, Lindsay received the rookie player of the year. She has the mental edge on all of the opponents she faces. She is a phenomenal all-around athlete who can do anything on either end of the field."
2004: Rookie of the year ... Etched her name in the Tech record book in ninth place for caused turnovers in a single-season with 21 ... Finished the season second on the team in groundballs (37) and caused turnovers (21) ... Third in assists (11) ... Ranked in a three way tie for eighth in the BIG EAST in groundballs during conference games with 15 ... Was 12th in BIG EAST with groundballs in overall games with 37 ... Had a goal, assist and three groundballs in first start against No. 4 Georgetown ... Two assists and a groundball in victory over Bucknell ... Tallied three caused turnovers, two draws, three groundballs and one goal against Boston College ... In win over Ohio University, recorded two goals, an assist and three groundballs ... Best game of freshman year against Davidson, had a season-high three goals, an assist, six groundballs and four caused turnovers ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
High School: Athletic and academic standout at Columbia High ... Leading scorer on the lacrosse team under Coach Dotty Masiello ... Named first-team all-star ... Captain of team as a senior ... Played for the Metro Magic club team ... Team won first place in the Gobble Games and second place in the Baldwinsville Tournament ... Leading scorer and captain of the basketball team ... Finished fifth in the Pine Bush Trail Triathlon for ages 15-20 ... New York State Scholar Athlete ...Academic All-American ... Class of 2003 Salutatorian ... Vice President of class ... Recipient of the Dartmouth College Book Award, Clarkson University High School Leadership Award and the New York Wendy's Heisman Award.
Personal: Lindsay Parks Pieper was born June 21, 1985 in Albany, N.Y. ... Daughter of Lucinda and George Pieper ... Has a younger sister, Kelsey ... Majoring in communication and history.