The Irish meet No. 5/5 Syracuse and No. 19/RV UConn this weekend.
The senior stopped 14 Georgetown shots in the win.
Notre Dame welcomes in No. 17/20 Loyola and No. 8/8 Georgetown to Arlotta
Five student-athletes scored two goals each to pace the Irish.
Senior Betsy Mastropieri scores the game winner 3:18 into the second overtime.
Debuted each year at the OSCARS - the year-end highlight video provides a look back at all 26 varsity sports competed at the University of Notre Dame and is created in cooperation with the Student Welfare and Development Office and LeSea Broadcasting.
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Notre Dame beat Marquette 14 goals to 5 at Arlotta Stadium on Saturday, April 27th.
The women's lacrosse team fell short to Northwestern, 10-8, on April 24th.
The Women's Lacrosse team was victorious over Georgetown at Arlotta Stadium, 13-12, on April 14th.
Notre Dame Lost to Loyola 13 goals to 14 on Friday, April 12th at Arlotta Stadium.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Villanova - March 24
AS A JUNIOR: Recovered from second ACL injury in two years to play in all 17 games with 14 starts ... scored 18 goals with nine assists for 27 points ... went 4-for-8 on free position shots ... finished the year with seven ground balls, 11 draw controls and two caused turnovers ... the 18 goals ranked fifth on the team and the 27 points ranked fourth ... four free position goals tied for the team lead ... took 43 shots to rank fifth on the Irish ... opened the season with a four-point game at Stanford, scoring twice ands assisting on two more goals ... assisted on two goals at Vanderbilt ... scored twice in the win over No. 19 Rutgers ... assisted on the game-winning goal in double overtime against Louisville ... also scored once, gathered two ground balls, controlled a draw and caused a turnover against the Cardinals ... scored twice and added an assist against Cincinnati ... had a goal, assist and season-high three draw controls against No. 17 Loyola ... scored a pair of goals and scooped up a ground ball in ND's win against No. 8 Georgetown ... posted a hat trick against Marquette ... recorded three points against Stanford in the NCAA Tournament, scoring twice and assisting on another Irish strike ... named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Recovered from a torn right ACL that kept her out during entire freshman year to have breakout sophomore campaign, providing an explosive goal scorer to the Irish offense ... named second team all-BIG EAST and second team West/Midwest all-region ... led team with 44 goals, and finished fourth in the BIG EAST in goals per game (2.75) and sixth in goals (44) ... finished second on team in points (45), fourth in draw controls (23), tied for first in free-position goals (9), first in shots (89) and first in shots on goal (78) ... 44 goals put her into a tie for 10th in school history for goals in a season ... also finished in a tie for first on the team and third in the conference with three game-winning goals ... finished tied for eighth in league during conference games only for goals a game (2.50) and tied for seventh in goals (20) ... also tied for second with two game-winning goals during conference play ... nationally was tied for 29th in goals a game (2.75) and tied for 44th in goals (44) ... had an impressive .494 shooting percentage and .876 shots on goal percentage ... started all 16 games she played in before tearing left ACL in week leading up to BIG EAST Tournament ... had two or more goals in 13 games, and 10 games with three or more goals ... opened career with eight games with two or more goals, including three or more goals in seven of those contests ... opened career with five-goal performance in season-opening win versus No. 6 Stanford (17-14) ... followed that performance with hat tricks in three consecutive wins against Duquesne (17-7), No. 10 Ohio State (16-7) and Boston (14-11) ... continued multi-goal streak in wins over Yale (2 goals, 15-9), No. 16 Cornell (3 goals, 17-13), Louisville (4 goals, 13-11) and Rutgers (4 goals, 13-12) ... scored five goals in a win at Villanova (18-5) and two each in wins against Connecticut (16-9) and No. 18 Vanderbilt (12-11) ... scored game-winning goal in double overtime at No. 12 Georgetown (7-6), finding the back of the net after sprinting 30 yards up the field with the ball ... closed regular season with hat tricks in a loss to No. 1 Northwestern (17-7) and win against Cincinnati (22-2) ... named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for first time after the six goal, five draw control performance against the Wildcats and Bearcats ... also proved key on draw controls for the Irish, producing six games with two or more draw controls, including a career-high five in a win against Louisville (13-11) and four against Cornell (17-13) ... collected a career-high four ground balls in a win at Boston (14-11) and had three in a win at Connecticut (16-9) ... named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Missed the entire 2011 season with torn right ACL.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-sport standout in lacrosse and soccer at Honeoye Falls-Lima High School in Honeoye Falls, N.Y. ... team captain of lacrosse team as a senior in 2010 ... helped Honeoye Falls-Lima to a berth in the state semifinals where she scored seven goals and was named to the all-tournament team ... had 61 goals and 26 assists for 87 points as a senior ... selected first team all-Monroe County ... named the Monroe County Division Three player of the year ... first team all-Greater Rochester and first team U.S. Lacrosse All-American and academic All-American ... as a junior led Honeoye Falls-Lima to the New York State finals where she faced fellow teammate, Kaitlyn Brosco's Shoreham Wading River team ... scored six goals in the title game and six in the semifinal win ... finished the season with 69 goals and 34 assists for 103 points ... first team all-Monroe County and all-Greater Rochester ... U.S. Lacrosse academic All-American ... selected Times Warner Sports most valuable player ... won second consecutive Brine Unsung Hero Award ... during sophomore campaign, help school to New York State semifinals ... was a first team all-Monroe County and honorable mention all-Greater Rochester selection with 37 goals and 19 assists for 56 points ... played club lacrosse for the Lady Roc team winning the Champions Cup in 2008 and the 2009 Star Spangled Elite Championship ... in soccer, scored 23 goals with 16 assists over two seasons ... team captain as a senior ... two-time all-Monroe County ... honorable mention (2008) and first team (2009) all-Greater Rochester selection ... third team all-State as a junior and fourth team as a senior ... played in the Section V Exceptional Senior Game where she had two goals and two assists ... full name is Lindsay Anne Powell ... daughter of Ian and Leah Powell ... has one brother, Tyler, and two sisters, Christine and Amanda ... born in Rochester, N.Y. ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in accountancy ... also enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters and is pursuing a supplementary major in computer applications.
Powell's Career Statistics
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