2005: Team MVP ... Started all 15 games in the midfield ... Second on the team in goals (28) and fourth in points (31) ... Led Tech with 36 draw controls, which is the seventh best in a single season ... Fourth-most caused turnovers (14) ... Tallied three goals and one assist in the season-opening win over George Mason ... Also had three draw controls and two draws against the Patriots ... Had a goal and two draw controls against St. Bonaventure ... Scored two goals and had two draw controls against Ohio ... Netted a goal and had four draw controls at Ohio State ... Tallied two goals and an assist against James Madison ... Netted two goals at La Salle while also winning three draw controls ... Totaled a career high five goals in the win over Howard ... Accounted for four goals while causing four turnovers in the win over Bucknell ... Had a goal against Maryland ... Also had seven draw controls and three forced turnovers in the game ... Scored two goals in the win over Davidson ... Had four draw controls in the game ... Netted two goals against North Carolina ... Had three draw controls and forced a turnover against the Tar Heels ... Had three ground balls against Virginia ... Scored two goals and had an assist in the win over Lafayette ... Also had two ground balls and a caused turnover against the Leopards ... Had a goal and a draw control against Duke ... Tallied four ground balls and two draw controls in the ACC Tournament against North Carolina ... Also had a caused turnover against the Tar Heels.
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 ground balls (37) and caused turnovers (21) ... Third in assists (11) ... Ranked in a three-way tie for eighth in the BIG EAST in ground balls during conference games with 15 ... Was 12th in BIG EAST with ground balls in overall games with 37 ... Had a goal, assist and three ground balls in first start against No. 4 Georgetown ... Two assists and a ground ball in victory over Bucknell ... Tallied three caused turnovers, two draws, three ground balls and one goal against Boston College ... In win over Ohio University, recorded two goals, an assist and three ground balls ... Best game of freshman year against Davidson, with a season-high three goals, an assist, six ground balls 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 as a senior ... Played for the Metro Magic club team ... Team won first place in the Gobble Games and took 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, who plays lacrosse at Binghamton University ... Majoring in communication and history.