BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-- The Indiana womens soccer team has added another student athlete to its already impressive recruiting class for the 2004 season. Lindsay McCarthy, a native of Galloway, NJ, becomes the sixth recruit to sign with the Hoosiers for the 2004 season. Below is a full bio on McCarthy:
McCarthy was a four-year varsity starter for Absegami High School where she led her team to three Atlantic League Conference Championship titles in 2000, 02 and 03. During her four-year tenure, McCarthy was honored on numerous occasions including first-team Cape Atlantic League, first-team All South Jersey Soccer Association, first-team Group UC Courier Post, first-team Atlantic City Press and second-team All South Jersey Courier Post accolades.
The 57 forward/midfielder also tallied a remarkable 60 goals and 45 assists (assist record) during her high school career, which helped her earn team MVP in 2003. McCarthy also served as a team captain and was named Atlantic City Press Athlete of the Week on two occasions (9/02 & 11/03).
McCarthy has also played with the Atlantic United Airwaves (96-99), Deptford Lighting (2000), South Jersey Banshees (01-03), and currently plays for the Lacey Independent Magic (03-present). Magic recently won the Jefferson Cup tournament in Richmond, VA.
Also a stand out in basketball, McCarthy was also a four-year starter on the varsity squad
and holds the record at her high school for most steals (400). In addition, McCarthy was a member of the Girls Athletic Association from 2000-03 where she served as the
Lindsay is the daughter of Joseph and Linda McCarthy.
Head Coach Mick Lyon says As you can see from Lindsays bio she has produced points for every team she has represented. Her ability is to create and score goals and that will make an immediate impact on the IU team. I look forward to coaching Lindsay on the newly named Jerry Yeagley field on the IU campus.
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