Lindsey Dashiell
Lindsey Dashiell
Height: 5-6.5
Year: Senior
Hometown: Boston, MA
High School: Milton Academy
Career highlights: Posted a sparkling 11-3 overall record (5-2 Ivy) at No. 3 doubles with partner Janet Kim in the spring 2006 season. 2007-08 Season: Finished with a 7-9 doubles record during the spring season, including a 3-4 record in the Ivy League with partner Stevi Petrelli at No. 3 doubles. 2006-2007 season: Finished with a 10-10 doubles record for the year including a 8-7 mark in the spring...while partnered with Janet Kim had a 7-3 record in the spring including a 5-2 mark in the Ivy League...also posted a 2-1 spring singles record at No. 6 singles. 2005-2006 season: Was sidelined for most of the fall with an injury but returned to competition at the Brown Classic, where she played doubles with Janet Kim ... there the duo went 1-1 with a win over Finkelstein/Mansur from Brown, 8-3 ... went 0-1 at No. 2 doubles and 11-3 (5-2 Ivy) at No. 3 doubles during the spring 2006 season. 2004-2005 season: Completed the fall season with a 3-3 singles record and a 4-2 doubles record with partner Christine Alford ... Singles finalist in the Yale Invitational ... Went 2-0 at the No. 5 position and 1-2 at the No. 6 position in the spring 2005 season ... was 0-1 in Ivy play ... went 2-2 at No. 3 doubles (0-1 Ivy) with Reshmi Srinath ... went 1-0 (1-0 Ivy) at No. 3 doubles with Catherine Starr. Prior to Yale: Attended Milton Academy in Boston, Mass. ... Served as team captain her senior year ... Ranked in the top 150 of the USTA Girls 18 division. Personal:
Residential College: Ezra Stiles
Major: History of Science, History of Medicine
Nickname: Lindsey D, D, Baby D
Future Plans: Master in Public Heath (MPH) and MBA
Why She chose Yale: Location close to home with a city feel
Other schools officially visited: Penn State, Brown, University of Richmond
Favorites:
My favorite place at Yale: Old Campus
My favorite class at Yale: Women in America 20th Century
Song: Anything R&B and Jazz
Food: Pasta - Fettuccine Alfredo
Book: 100 years of solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Place She's played tennis: Cape Town, South Africa
Place She'd love to visit:The Kingdom of Monaco
As a Team:
Most likely to make you laugh: Janet Kim
Most likely to be caught daydreaming: Stevi Petrelli (with a furrowed brow)
Most likely to eat 4 plates of food at dinner: Lilian
Best Pre-Serve/Pre-Return Routine: Lilian
Best Cheerer: Jessie Rhee