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PENN STATE CAREER
2007 (Junior): Named to the 2007 ALC All-Tournament Team...A starter on the defense in all 17 games in 2007...Scored her only two goals of the season in loss to Northwestern in the semifinals of the ALC Tournament...Led the team in shot percentage (.667)...Finished fourth on the team in ground balls with 13...Recorded five draw controls and six caused turnovers.
2006 (Sophomore): Named to ALC Academic Honor Roll...Played in 14 games, making eight starts...Netted three goals and added one assist for a career season-high four points...Posted first multiple-goal game of career, scoring twice in 14-5 win over Ohio (4/23)...Recorded 17 ground balls, good enough for sixth on the team...Totaled seven draw controls and three caused turnovers.
2005 (Freshman): Saw action in six games...Scored first collegiate goal in win vs. Ohio (4/24)...Recorded three ground balls and one draw control.
Fourteen-time letterwinner at Watertown H.S. (three in soccer, five in basketball, four in lacrosse, two in track)...Scored 247 goals, recorded 124 assists, and 131 draw controls in high school...Named a US Lacrosse All-American during senior season...Four-time Frontier League All-Star in lacrosse...Frontier League All-Star in soccer (three years) and basketball (four years)...Holds the Watertown H.S. record for three-pointers in a season (42), career three-pointers (154), and is the all-time leading scorer with 1,291 points...Played club lacrosse for the Different Road Patriots...High School Valedictorian...Two-time US Lacrosse National Academic All-American...New York State Scholar Athlete in soccer, basketball, lacrosse and track.
Born Lindsay Anne Hagemann on March 25, 1986 in Muskegon, Mich....Parents are Bob and Linda Hagemann...Has two brothers, Robert and Christopher...Brother, Robert, played basketball for the Rochester Institute of Technology and brother, Chris, played football for Ithaca College.
QUOTING COACH ISIDOR
"Strong and steady are what make Lindsay such an invaluable member of our defensive unit. Her consistency serves as a catalyst to making those around her better. Lindsay's experience and game sense will be depended upon to anchor the `d'."