17 - Lindsay Levin
Lindsay Levin
Height: 5-7
Year: Senior
Hometown: Port Washington, N.Y.
High School: P.D. Schreiber
Position: M
2007: Elected Yale's sole captain by her teammates ... Second Team All-Ivy ... has appeared in all 64 games for her Yale career ... anchors a Yale defense that is ranked No. 7 in the country (8.13 goals per game) ... leads team in ground balls with 32 ... has started all 16 games ... has 20 caused turnovers ... season-high six ground balls in 13-5 win over Brown ... four caused turnovers in 10-8 win over Dartmouth ... five ground balls in game at Holy Cross that was cut short by snowstorm ... 2006: Second Team All-Ivy ... appeared in 16 games ... had 22 ground balls and 17 caused turnovers ... 2005: Appeared in 16 games, starting 13 ... had two goals and two assists ... 19 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... 2004: Appeared in 16 games, starting eight ... had four goals and three assists ... had 22 ground balls and one caused turnover. Before Yale: Was the lacrosse team captain at Paul D. Schreiber High School ... was named an All-American as a senior and a U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American as a junior.

Year GP GS G A Pts GB DC T/O CT
2004 16 8 4 3 7 22 14 5 1
2005 16 3 2 2 4 19 10 8 7
2006 16 16 0 1 1 22 10 11 17
Career 48 27 6 6 12 63 34 24 25
FAVORITES

Sports Hero: Meg Bruce Gill

Non-Sports Hero: My Parents

Word: Legit

Color: Jets Green

Movie: My Bat Mizvah Video

Boardgame: Pretty pretty princess

Food: Anything deep fried and smothered in chocolate

Book: the Torah

Quote: "On a scale from one to ten, I'm a Levin"

If you were an animal you would be a...Giant sea turtle cause we saved them in Costa Rica this past summer

Person you'd like to have dinner with: My family- funniest people I know

If I were a cartoon character I would be...Stewie from Family Guy

If I were an Olympian my event would be...Chariot racing

What I like best about my coaching staff: They are serious when they need to be, but for the most part they joke around with us and have fun

My advice to future Yale student athletes: "There's a time and place for everything -- it's called college." Live it up.

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