Started all 25 games in the midfield and ranked second on the squad in points with 29...recorded 10 goals and nine assists...scored four game-winning goals...named All-BIG EAST Second Team and All-Mideast Region Second Team...ranked sixth among BIG EAST Conference leaders in points (29)...her 10 goals placed her tied for eighth among BIG EAST leaders...sat in eighth place in conference with nine assists...ripped game-winner in 1-0 BIG EAST Tournament Championship Game victory over Providence (11/4)...handed out a pair of assists in win at Northeastern (10/10)...tallied a goal and an assist at Georgetown (10/5)...tied career-best with two goals in win at Quinnipiac (9/25)...totaled a goal and an assist in win over Michigan State (9/14)...scored game-winner vs. Towson (8/26)...was a member of the New England High Performance squad that won the National Championship.
Started and played all 25 games...established herself as a mainstay for the Huskies in the midfield...totaled five goals on the season...handed out a career-best four assists, which ranked fourth on the squad...added a goal in shutout victory vs. Boston University (10/18)...notched one goal and one assist in victory over Sacred Heart (9/9)...registered the game-winning goal while adding two assists in season opener vs. Virginia Commonwealth (8/26).
Registered 12 points, five goals and two assists in a notable true freshman season...appeared in each of the team's 23 games during true-freshman campaign...made 14 starts...tallied one goal in BIG EAST Championship game vs. Villanova (11/06)...recorded a season-best two goals in win over Boston University (10/19)...posted an assist in loss at Michigan (10/9)...scored in win over Princeton (9/11)...netted a goal and an assist in win over Maine (8/28).
Four-year letterwinner at Allentown (N.J.) High School...guided the Redbirds to four consecutive CVC Valley Division Championships (2001-04), back-to-back Mercer County Tournament Championships (20023-04) and a NJSIAA Group II State Runner-Up finish in 2003...owns school and conference scoring records with 44 goals and 20 assists during senior season...Associated Press First Team All-State choice during junior and senior seasons...back-to-back Newark Star Ledger First Team All-State selection...2004 NFHCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region choice...tallied 37 goals and 20 assists during junior campaign...played in the 2004 USA-Canada Challenge.
Lindsey R. Leck...Parents Bruce and Barbara Leck...sociology major...born May 21, 1987 in New Brunswick, N.J.