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Lindsey Finnegan
Lindsey  Finnegan


Blackwood, N.J.

High School:
Gloucester Catholic High School




On Finnegan: Potentially explosive scorer who will be one of the team's leading forwards ... Possesses outstanding speed on the field and can create scoring opportunities at any time ... Attacks the defense to find open seams ... Has a flair for the dramatic, as 10 of 17 career goals have been game-winners ... The 10 game-winning goals are tied for the fourth most in school history (program record is 14) ... Team captain ... Fifth-year player.

2005: Returned from a medical redshirt season the previous year to finish second on the team in scoring ... Showed no lingering effects from her injury ... Scored the game-winning goal in four out of 10 Wildcat victories ... Played in all 19 games and started all but one ... Second on the team with 47 shots ... Scored six goals and added four assists for 16 points ... Converted 2-of-2 penalty kick attempts, including an overtime game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory over Louisville ... Scored the only two goals of the game in a 2-0 win over Maryland ... In her previous game, Finnegan had contributed one goal and one assist in a 7-1 triumph against Vermont ... Her goal in the second half against Seton Hall lifted Villanova to a 1-0 victory ... Assisted on a game-tying goal with just 25 seconds left in regulation during a 1-1 tie against Georgetown ... Started nine of 10 Big East games and had three goals, two assists and eight points against conference foes ... The point total was a team-best for league play ... Played a total of 1,177 minutes on the season.

2004: Suffered an injury during the summer season and received a medical redshirt.

2003: Emerged as one of the top offensive players in the Big East ... Was among the conference leaders in game-winning goals ... Tallied eight goals on the season, six of which were game-winners ... Played in all 25 games, starting all but one ... Dished out five assists and had 21 points ... Led the team in goals and points scored and was tied for second in assists ... Registered two goals and one assist in six Big East regular season games ... Passed off first assist of the season against Rider on Aug. 31 ... Assisted on the only goal of the game in a 1-0 triumph over Old Dominion on Sept. 3 ... Scored two goals in a 3-2 victory over Syracuse on Sept. 11 and notched the game-winner against Providence on Sept. 19 ... Scored the only goal in two consecutive victories, 1-0 triumphs over Seton Hall on Sept. 24 and Colgate on Sept. 26 ... Scored the game-winning goal against Georgetown on Oct. 3 ... Collected one goal and one assist against Penn on Oct. 22 ... Recorded critical penalty kicks for the Wildcats in the Big East semifinals and championship game ... Delivered the game-winning goal in the team's first round NCAA game against Princeton.

2002: Played in 20 games with six starts ... Scored three goals and dished out three assists to finish the season with nine points ... Had one assist in Big East play ... Scored her first collegiate goal in a 6-0 win over Mt. St. Mary's ... Had assists in games against Georgetown and St. John's ... Posted two goals and one assist in record-breaking 11-0 win over Howard.

Club Team and ODP Experience: Club team is the Mount Laurel Shockwaves ... Has played with several other current and former Wildcats ... Also a member of the South Jersey Banshees and 2000 New Jersey state ODP team.

Gloucester Catholic High School: Named to the 2001 NSCAA All-American team ... Voted the Player of the Year by several publications that season, including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Camden Courier Post, The County Times and the South Jersey High School Coaches Association ... Played in the McDonald's All-American game ... Chosen as an All-State performer by the NJGSA, Associated Press, Newark Star Ledger and the Gannett News Service ... Led high school team to a state title in 2001 and the team was 80-7 during her four-year career ... Tallied over 100 goals and 100 assists during high school career.

Personal: Born 10/29/83 ... Youngest of four children of Bill and April Finnegan ... Majoring in Biology.