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    Crysti Foote

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Suffern, NY

    High School:
    Suffern

    Height:
    5-6

    Position:
    Midfield/Attack

    Birthdate:
    04/17/1984

    Experience:
    3rd year


    Three-time monogram winner who will serve as one of the team captains along with Carol Dixon this season ... blossomed into one of collegiate lacrosse's top scorers as a junior ... all-BIG EAST, all-Region and All-America candidate in her senior year ... was a unanimous preseason all-BIG EAST selection ... coming off a 2005 season that saw her named a third-team IWLCA All-American and first-team all-BIG EAST as she led the Irish in scoring ... turned in an outstanding summer as a member of Team Canada, leading the team in scoring at the 2005 World Cup with 20 goals and seven assists in eight games to go along with a fourth-place finish ... has all the tools to be one of the top players in Division I women's lacrosse this season ... gifted goal scorer with tremendous stick skills ... can beat a defender one-on-one ... has a calm demeanor on the field ... skilled passer with outstanding quickness ... can play either at midfield or attack ... should see plenty of double and triple teams in the season ahead ... solid passer who finds open players on the field ... joined on the Notre Dame squad by her younger sister, Julie, an Irish sophomore ... one of seven sister duos in the history of the Notre Dame program ... one of three sister duos on the current squad, joining sophomore twins, Heather and Lindsey Ferguson, and senior Meghan deMello and her younger sister, freshman Lauren deMello ... was the first Irish freshman player ever named to the IWLCA first-team all-Mid-Atlantic Region team ... has played in 47 games in her career with 87 goals and 36 assists for 123 points ... is fourth on all-time goal list, fifth in assists and fifth in career points ... also has 64 ground balls and 57 draw controls in her career.

    AT WORLD CUP: Played in all eight games for Canada, scoring 20 goals and seven assists for 27 points to lead Canadians in scoring ... was seventh among all players in World Cup scoring ... named player of the match in opening game, scoring six goals in a 12-5 win over Wales ... was kept off the score sheet versus eventual champion, Australia, in 17-2 loss ... bounced back to score four goals with one assist in 15-7 loss to the United States ... had two goals in an 11-6 loss to England ... scored four goals with an assist in 17-7 win versus Scotland in the crossover-game victory ... held to one goal and one assist in come-from-behind 13-11 win over Japan that sent Canada into the medal round ... faced Australia in semi-finals where she had two goals and two assists in 22-7 loss ... closed out the tournament with two goals and two assists in 11-8 loss to England to finish fourth in the World Cup.

    AS A JUNIOR: Started all 15 games for the Irish in 2005, leading the team with 34 goals and 16 assists for 50 points ... tied for fourth with 27 ground balls ... led the team with 28 draw controls and tied for second with 15 caused turnovers ... led team with 115 shots on goal for a .296 shooting percentage ... scored in 13 of the team's 15 games on the season ... finished the year with a 10-game scoring streak (26g, 12a, 38 pts.) ... had seven games with four or more points and had 12 multiple-point games on the season ... selected first-team all-BIG EAST and first team all-Mid-Atlantic Region ... was a third-team IWLCA All-American for her play in 2005 ... started the season with a career-best eight-point game (5g, 3a) in 16-10 win at Ohio University ... named BIG EAST player of the week for Feb. 28 ... followed that with three goals in an 18-11 home loss to No. 3 Northwestern ... held to just one assist in 11-8 loss at Cornell ... held scoreless in losses at Vanderbilt and James Madison ... found her scoring touch in 18-8 win over California at home ... scored four goals and added two assists with 11 shots on goal ... turned in another four-point game (1g, 3a) in a heartbreaking overtime loss at Boston College ... had second four-goal game of the year in a 13-10 loss to Connecticut at Moose Krause Stadium ... made it seven goals over a two-game span with a hat trick in 12-9 win over Rutgers ... collected 100th career point versus the Scarlet Knights ... selected BIG EAST co-offensive player of the week for seven-goal week versus Connecticut and Rutgers ... had a goal and two assists in 11-8 loss to No. 2 Duke ... had a hand in four of Notre Dame's five goals with two goals and two assists in 6-5 loss to Stanford ... scored three goals in 14-6 loss to No. 3 Georgetown ... held to one goal and one assist in 10-9 loss to Johns Hopkins ... closed the year with a four-goal, one-assist game at Syracuse and a three-goal, one-assist effort versus Ohio State.

    AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 17 games for the Irish ... had 26 goals and nine assists for 35 points to finish fourth in team scoring ... 66 shots on goal were third on team ... had a .394 shooting percentage ... selected second-team all-BIG EAST and second-team IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Region selection following the season ... had points in 14 of 17 games for the Irish with 12 games of two or more points ... had eight games with two or more goals ... had eight-game point streak (15g, 4a) from 3/26 to 4/23 ... opened the season with two goals in overtime win at California ... added a goal and two assists in 16-5 win at Stanford ... had a goal and an assist versus Cornell ... held off the score sheet in big wins over Duke and James Madison ... bounced back with two goals and an assist in BIG EAST opener versus Virginia Tech and followed that with a season- and career-high four-goal game in 17-7 win over Boston College ... added a goal and two assists in win over Connecticut and a two-point game versus Ohio University ... equaled season high with four points (3g, 1a) in 14-6 win over Ohio State ... held to just one goal in losses to Georgetown and Northwestern ... scored twice in 13-12 loss to Johns Hopkins and had scoring streak stopped in 7-6 loss at Rutgers ... closed the season with seven goals and one assist over last three games ... had three goals in win over Syracuse and two in regular-season finale with Vanderbilt ... scored two goals with an assist in NCAA tournament loss at Northwestern (10-8).

    AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 15 games, starting the final six of the season ... was third in team scoring with 27 goals (tied for second on team) and 11 assists for 38 points ... had a .529 shooting percentage as she converted 27 of 51 shots ... had 13 ground balls, six caused turnovers and six draw controls to her credit ... her 27 goals tied the Notre Dame freshman record held by Lael O'Shaughnessy (`01) and her 38 points were the second-most by a freshman to O'Shaughnessy's 41 ... was selected first-team IWLCA all-Mid-Atlantic Region, the first time a Notre Dame freshman received that honor ... scored points in 12 of 15 games ... had 10 games with two or more points and eight games with two or more goals ... came off the bench in the first nine games and had nine goals and three assists ... in last six games as a starter, racked up 18 goals and eight assists for 26 points ... after not scoring in season opener at Cornell, scored first goal and posted first hat trick in 19-4 win at Ohio University ... scored once in 13-12 win at Boston College ... went scoreless in loss to Yale ... had a goal and an assist versus Ohio State ... held to one assist in 16-13 win at Virginia Tech ... held off the score sheet versus Syracuse ... finished season with an eight-game scoring streak (22g, 9a) ... had three goals in win at Connecticut ... picked up a goal and an assist in 10-7 loss to third-ranked Duke ... scored twice in double-overtime loss to Stanford ... made first start of the year versus fifth-ranked Georgetown and responded with career-high four-goal game and six-point afternoon ... had second six-point game (3g, 3a) versus Davidson ... scored three goals with two assists in win at Northwestern ... scored twice with an assist for three points in victory over Rutgers ... named womenslacrosse.com's rookie of the week for April 29 ... closed the season with second four-goal game of the year in 22-11 win at Vanderbilt.

    PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-sport athlete at Suffern High School ... lettered four seasons in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse ... captained all three teams as a senior ... two-time high school All-American in lacrosse ... as a senior, had 107 goals and 63 assists in leading Suffern to conference and regional championships ... led Suffern to runner-up finish at 2000 New York State championships ... selected to all-tournament team that year ... finished career with 281 goals and 158 assists for 439 points ... three-time all-conference and all-city selection ... first player on Suffern's women's basketball team to score over 1,000 points (1,152) in career ... three-time team MVP, all-conference and all-city in basketball ... led field hockey in scoring three consecutive seasons ... helped team to three consecutive conference championships ... selected team captain and was the leading scorer on silver-medal-winning team at 2002 Empire State Games ... full name is Crysti Ellen Foote ... daughter of William and Wende Foote ... has one brother and one sister ... sister, Julie, is a sophomore on the Irish ... father is a member of the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame and a former professional indoor lacrosse player ... born April 17, 1984, in Toronto, Ontario ... marketing major in the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame.

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