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PENN STATE CAREER
2007 (Junior): Saw action as a key member of the Penn State defense in 15 games, starting 14...Tied a career-high with two goals for the year, scoring both in a regular season loss to Ohio State (4/20)...Totaled 11 ground balls, six caused turnovers, and three draw controls.
2006 (Sophomore): Earned ALC Academic Honor Roll recognition...Played in all 16 games, starting eight...Scored lone goal of the season in win over Colgate (3/5)...Totaled 10 ground balls, five draw controls, and two caused turnovers.
2005 (Freshman): Played in eight games....Scored two goals on six shots for the season...Tallied first career goal in second collegiate game (vs. Bucknell, 3/4)...Netted second goal in loss to Temple (3/22)...Totaled two ground balls and one draw control.
Seven-time letterwinner at Seton Keough High School in Baltimore, Md. (four in lacrosse, two in soccer and one in field hockey)...Compiled a 39-18-2 record in three years at Seton Keough...Led the Gators to the IAAM "B" conference title in 2001 and 2002...Owns the school record for career ground balls...Ranks second all-time in draw controls...Picked up Academic All-American accolades in 2003 and 2004...Named the Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2004 and a four-year honor roll member (2000-2004)...Played club lacrosse for Hero's Lacrosse in Baltimore, Md.
Born Linsey Theresa Shea on March 24, 1986 in Baltimore, Md....Parents are Ed and Terry Shea...Has two sisters, Kerry, who is a sophomore on the Penn State lacrosse team, and Colleen.
QUOTING COACH ISIDOR
"As one of our seasoned veterans on the defensive end, we're looking for Linsey's experience and leadership to shine through. Her tremendous strength, quickness, and speed will be valuable in shutting down top attackers as well in transitioning the ball through the midfield."