Saturday, July 12, 2014

Lindsey Lutz in Methodist U. Hall of Fame


     Former Davidsonville resident Lindsey (West) Lutz was inducted into the Methodist University Hall of Fame in their 2012 induction class.
    One of the pioneers of the Methodist University women's lacrosse team, Lindsey (West) Lutz was a four year starter from 2002-05. Part of the team's first recruiting class, Lutz was a three-time First Team All-Conference selection and was named the 2006 USA South Player of the Year. She graduated as the program's leading scorer and currently holds the record for points in a game (12) and assists in a game (6). She is also ranked second in the Methodist record book for career points (250), assists (68), and caused turnovers (62). An all-around player, Lutz is still ranked in the top 10 in every statistical category other than goalkeeping on a career and season level.
    As the current head coach at Shenandoah University, she was named the 2010 USA South Coach of the Year in her second season at the helm.
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