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1 - Lindsay Cox
Lindsay Cox
Height: 5-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: High Bridge, N.J.
High School: Voorhees
Position: M

2013: Team captain… Led the team with 10 goals and three assists through the first four games of the campaign before suffering a season-ending knee injury against Drexel… Recorded four goals in the season-opener against American… Added two ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers… Earned America East Offensive Player of the Week recognition after scoring a team-best four goals in each of the first two games of the season and adding an assist against California… Also corralled a career-high five draw controls against the Golden Bears… Dished out an assist versus Towson… Recorded two goals and an assist versus Drexel.

2012: Led the team in goals (42), points (50), shots (112) and game-winning goals (three)… Third on the team in draw controls (21)… Started in all 17 games… Accumulated 18 ground balls and caused seven turnovers… Scored a goal in every game of the season and notched 13 multi-goal games… Connected on 13-of-27 free position shots… Averaged 6.59 shots and 2.47 goals per game… Nominee for the America East Fans’ Choice Player of the Year… Registered 10 shots in each of the first two games of the season, placing 14 on net and scoring six, including a career-high five goals at George Mason… Dished out a season-best three assists to go along with a goal versus Duquesne… Drilled home the game-winner – one of four goals on the afternoon – at Delaware… Successful on all three free position shots versus Loyola and finished with four scores for the second straight game... Registered four goals, including the game-winner, and an assist in a 19-11 victory against Vermont… Followed her performance against the Catamounts with a four-goal effort versus American.

2011: Saw action in 17 games and made 11 starts… Scored 16 goals and added an assist for 17 points on the season… Also picked up 10 ground balls, won six draw controls and caused five turnovers… Scored six free-position goals in 10 attempts, including four against America East opponents… Tied for fourth in the league with three game-winning goals… Recorded five multi-goal performances on the season… Scored three goals on her first three shots of the season… Opened the season with two goals, including the game-winner, against George Mason… Also tallied the game-winner in UMBC’s 10-9 victory over Towson and 10-8 triumph over New Hampshire… Notched back-to-back hat tricks in the regular-season finale against No. 8 Albany and in the America East semifinals against defending champion Boston University… The six goals came on 10 total shots.

2010: Saw action in 14 games and made six starts… Scored 10 goals and added two assists for 12 points on the season… Also picked up 11 ground balls, won five draw controls and caused four turnovers… Named America East Rookie of the Week for the first week of the season after recording her first career point, an assist, and adding two ground balls, two draw controls and a caused turnover in the season opener at Jacksonville… Scored her first career goal against No. 13 Vanderbilt… Made her first career start at No. 17 Towson… Posted her first multi-point game with two goals against Vermont… Again named America East Rookie of the Week for the final week of the season after scoring a career-high four goals on five shots in a win at Binghamton, which clinched UMBC’s berth in the America East Championships… With the Retrievers trailing by two at halftime, she scored four straight goals in a seven-minute span to open the second half and give UMBC the lead for good… Became the first Retriever to be named Rookie of the Week twice in UMBC’s seven seasons in the America East… Tallied two points on the game-winning goal and an assist and added three ground balls in UMBC’s America East semifinals win over top-seeded Albany… Recognized on the America East Honor Roll.

BACKGROUND: A three-time all-conference selection, including a first team member as a junior and senior… Also earned First-Team All-Area from the Express Times in 2008 and 2009… Named a “Player to Watch” by the Star Ledger Once recorded five goals and six assists in a game during her senior season at Voorhees High School… Led the Vikings to the conference title and the second round of the state tournament… Also lettered in tennis and swimming, earning First-Team All-Conference honors in tennis… A member of the National Honor Society and an honor roll student… Daughter of Donald and Donna Cox… Has a brother, Evan… Born May 23, 1991… Majoring in mathematics.

 

 Year

 GP/GS

G

 A

 Pts.

 SH

 Pct.

 GW

 FPG-FPS

 GB

 DC

 TO

 CT

2010

14/6

10

2

12

21

.476

1

3-6

11

5

12

4

2011

17/11

16

1

17

40

.400

3

6-10

10

6

19

5

2012

17/17

42

8

50

112

.375

3

13-27

18

21

21

7

2013

4/4

10

3

13

27

.370

0

2-5

6

8

10

3

Career

52/38

78

14

92

200

.390

7

24-48

45

40

62

19


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