34 Lindsey Kowal
34 Lindsey Kowal
Year: Senior
Hometown: East Meadow, N.Y.
High School: East Meadow
Position: Defender
Major: Economics
House Affiliation: Quincy

Senior (2011): 
Team co-captain ... Attended U.S. Under-23 camp in spring of 2011 ... Named to All-Ivy League first team ... Named to NEWISA All-England first team ... Selected to NEWISA Senior Bowl ... Played in all 18 games ... Stood third on the Crimson with four assists ... Dished out two assists in victory over Fairfield (Oct. 4) ... Had an assist at Cornell (Oct. 8) ... Named Ivy League Co-Player of the Week (Oct. 10) ... Assisted on game-winner against Princeton (Oct. 22).

Junior (2010):
Named to All-Ivy League first team ... Tabbed to NSCAA All-Region third team ... Started all 17 games ... Had one goal and one assist on the season ... Assisted on a goal at Penn (Sept. 24) ... Netted the game-winner on a free kick against Cornell (Oct. 9).

Sophomore (2009):
All-Ivy League second team ... Started all 15 games she appeared in ... Assisted on game-winning goal in second half at Cornell (Oct. 10).

Freshman (2008):

All-Ivy League honorable mention ... Named to Soccer Buzz's All-Freshman Northeast Region team ... Started all 17 games she appeared in for the Crimson ... Assisted on game-winning tally in 2-1 Crimson victory over Davidson (Sept. 12).

High School:
Captained badminton team and was all-county in 2008 ... Named by Soccer Buzz as one of the top 150 recruits of 2008 ... Chosen to Top Drawer Soccer New York Best 11 and Players to Watch ... Selected to U.S. Under-14 and Under-16 team pool in soccer ... Participated at Under-17 National Team camp ... Traveled with Under-16 Region I ODP Team to Holland ... Five-year member of Eastern New York ODP Team ... National Honor Society ... Spanish Honor Society ... Science Honor Society.

Invited to U.S. Under-23 Women's National Team camp in June 2009 ... Attended Under-21 National Team camp in Florida in spring of 2010 ... Participated at Under-23 National team camp in spring of 2011.

Played for the East Meadow Dynamite for nine seasons ... East Meadow Soccer Club MVP in 2006 ... Won state championship in 2002, 2004 and 2007.