20 Lindsay Parker
Outlook -- Lindsay has great technical skills and is a tactical organizer ... she is excellent at maintaining possession under pressure ... has great composure on the ball and rarely loses possession ... capable of serving final pass consistently with proper pace and foot surface.
2006 -- Played in 16 contests as a junior ... scored her first-collegiate goal and added her first-career assist in Navy's win over Howard ... scored the game-winning penalty kick in a 5-4 shootout win for the Mids over William & Mary in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Chapel Hill.
2005 -- Played in 12 games and earned starts at Lafayette and at nationally-ranked Penn State ... took three shots on the year -- 2 vs. Colgate and 1 at Lafayette ... part of the defensive unit that surrendered 1.22 goals per game, the sixth-lowest goals-against average in program history ... also stymied the opponents in seven outings, the fifth-most shutouts in Navy history.
2004 -- Saw action in just six contests, making her collegiate debut Sept. 4 in the Mids' home opener against Bowling Green ... also saw playing time against nationally-ranked Penn State ... took her lone shot of the season in Navy's 3-0 shutout triumph over Mount St. Mary's.
High School/Club -- A 2004 graduate of Rio Americano High School in Sacramento, Calif. ... a four-year varsity letterwinner at center midfield for Rio Americano ... played seven years for the San Juan Spirits `86 and a member of the Nor-Cal State Team ... elected team captain of the San Juan Spirits `86 in 2001 ... member of the National Honor Society ... a four-year volunteer at the Effie Yaew Nature Center where she served as a camp counselor.
Personal -- Full name is Lindsay Regina Parker ... daughter of Thomas and Diana Parker ... born March 19, 1986, in Sacramento, Calif. ... older sister, Stephanie, was an All-Patriot League midfielder for the Navy soccer team from 2001-04 and is a Class of `05 graduate ... majoring in International Relations.