Women's Soccer


Lindsay Johnson
Lindsay Johnson
24

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wauconda, Ill.

High School:
Wauconda

Height:
5-6

Position:
Midfielder

Birthdate:
04/16/1980

09/01/2013

Flaws' Hat Trick Propels Illini Past ISU, 5-1

Illinois Scores 16 Seconds into Game on Way to Third Straight Win

2001:
Put three shots on goal and had an assist at Wisconsin ... Placed one shot on goal at Minnesota and Evansville ... Fired one shot on goal against Marquette ... Notched the winning assist in the 4-3 double overtime victory at Kansas ... Score two of the Illini's six goals in the season opener at Iowa State.

Game            Sh   SOG   G   A
@ Iowa State     4    3    2   0
@ Kansas         4    3    1   0
Marquette        3    1    0   0
Michigan         1    0    0   0
Michigan State   1    0    0   0
@ Minnesota      3    1    0   0   
@ Evansville     2    1    0   0
@ Northwestern   1    0    0   0
@ Wisconsin      5    3    0   1
Ohio State       1    0    0   0
Penn State       2    0    0   0
@ Indiana        0    0    0   0
@ Purdue         1    0    0   0

2000:
Scored the game-winning goal in the 2-1 victory over Michigan State during the regular season ... Tied for 11th in the Big Ten with six assists ... Scored three goals, including two in Illinois1 6-1 victory over Iowa State ... Played in 20 games, starting in 19 contests ... Team captain.

1999:
Named Illini Offensive MVP ... One of four players to start all 22 games ... Team1s third-leading goal scorer (6) and tied for second in points (17) and assists (5) ... Scored two goals including game-winner vs. Illinois State ... Scored goal against Minnesota that tied the game at 1-1 leading to Illini1s victory in OT ... Also scored a goal against Valparaiso, Northwestern, and Michigan ... Recorded game-winning assist in overtime win at Colorado College ... Recorded assist in Illinois' 2-0 win against Iowa in the Big Ten Tournament ... Ranked fifth in Illinois career scoring with 32 points and tied for fifth in career goals scored with 12.

1998:
One of five players to start all 20 games for the Illini ... Ranked fifth on the team in points (15) and fourth in goals scored (6) ... Her six goals were sixth-best in a single season ... Her 15 points were fourth-best for a single-season and third-best in 1998 ... Scored a goal and an assist against Iowa in the victory which clinched a Big Ten Tourney berth ... That goal gave her three goals in three games ... Scored the two tying goals at the 67:56 and 74:03 marks to pull the Illini even with Michigan State in the Illini's 3-2 OT victory ... Also scored a goal against Purdue, Valparaiso, and Western Michigan ... One of six freshmen in the starting line-up ... Had game-winning goal against Purdue.

HIGH SCHOOL...
Three-time All-Region and four-time all-conference selection ... Earned all-area accolades by the Chicago Sun-Times and Daily Herald ... Scored 95 goals for her career ... Three-time team MVP ... Played for the Buffalo Grove Lightning Club team ... Coached by Terry Stevig in high school ... Competed in three events at the state track meet: the 110-meter high hurdles, the 4x100-meter relay, and the high jump.

PERSONAL... Daughter of Byron and Colleen Johnson ... Majoring in speech communication ... Enjoys golfing and rollerblading ... Favorite TV Show: Friends; Favorite Campus Hangout: Union Building; Nickname: LJ; Favorite Class/Instructor: Speech Comm 120/Tom Costello; Favorite Quote: "Just Do It"; Favorite Restaurant: Chili's; Favorite Movie I1ve seen recently: 10 Things I Hate About You; If I could do anything in my wildest dream, it would be...live on a sunny island for the rest of my life; What motivates me most: the thought that most people did not think I could make it as a college student-athlete; Favorite athlete: older brother Byron

Johnson?s Career Statistics:

Year	GP/GS	SOG	G	A	Pts.	GWG	GWA
1998	20/20	 51	6	3	 15	 1	 1
1999	22/22	 34	6	5	 17	 1	 1
Total	42/42	 85    12	8	 32	 2	 2
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