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Lindsay Scott

2026 Head Coach

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Lindsay Scott

UNC Career

  • Has participated in the Carolina Leadership Academy in the GAP Year and Rising Star programs.

Hofstra Career

  • Completed her final year of eligibility while pursuing a graduate degree at Hofstra in sports and entertainment management

  • Played in 15 games

  • Tallied 52 Goals and 7 assists for 59 points

  • Had five ground balls and 7 draw controls

Senior (2015)

  • Played in 15 games

  • Tallied 10 goals and two assists for 12 points

  • Had six ground balls and five caused turnovers

  • Took 12 shots

  • ACC Honor Roll selection

Junior (2014)

  • Played in seven games

  • Was productive in her time on the field, recording four goals and three assists

  • Had her best game against Canisius with a goal, two assists and a ground ball

  • Also had a goal and an assist versus Virginia Tech

  • Scored against Florida in the season opener and against Elon

Sophomore (2013)

  • A reserve attacker

  • Took the field in seven games (vs. Richmond, Penn, High Point, both Boston College games, Jacksonville and Loyola)

  • Scored a goal in the win over Jacksonville.

Freshman (2012)

  • Saw action against Liberty on Feb. 15, and scored two goals off the bench while also collecting a ground ball

  • Missed the rest of the season with a sprained ankle and sprained wrist

High School

  • A two-time All-America in lacrosse at Yorktown HS, serving as team captain her last two seasons

  • Four-year starter

  • Three-time all-section and four-time All-Elite player

  • Finished her lacrosse career with 225 goals and 58 assists, including 102 goals and 28 assists as a senior

  • ESPN Rise All-America

  • N.Y. state finalist in 2009 and semifinalist in 2011

  • 2009 All-Tournament team in the NYS final four

  • 2011 Con Ed Sports Award winner

  • 2011 NYS Section 1 Player of the Year

  • Three-time NYS Section 1 first-team choice

  • An honor roll and high honor roll student

  • Also ran winter track and was a member of the National Honor Society


  • Identical twin sister of Sarah Scott, making up the first set of twins to play for the Tar Heels in women's lacrosse

  • Born Lindsay Morgan Scott on May 22, 1993, in Mount Kisco, N.Y.

  • Daughter of Susan and James Scott

  • Majoring in exercise and sport science

  • Did eight years of gymnastics as a youth

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