NewsMVNU Women's Soccer Team Signs Crestview Standout
written by Dave Parsons, Sports Information Director
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio - The Mount Vernon Nazarene University women's soccer team has added another player to its roster for the 2003 season with the addition of Lindsay See, who will further her education and continue her soccer career with the Lady Cougars.
See, a midfielder/forward from Mansfield, Ohio, compiled 11 goals and 14 assists in 16 matches this past season for Crestview High School. She was an NCOSSCA First Team selection as a senior after being an NCOSSCA Honorable Mention pick as a junior. The two-year captain was also selected to play in the area All-Star match.
"Lindsay was a late addition to the team, but I am so glad that she will now be a Lady Cougar," said MVNU head coach Jonathan Meade. "The more time I was able to see her and talk with her, the more I knew that she was a great fit for us. She will add needed depth to our young midfield and will compete immediately for playing time."
"Lindsay is also a great addition to the institution as a whole," Meade added. "She has excelled off the field in the classroom and in extracurricular activities and leadership. This is a win-win situation for both MVNU and Lindsay."
In addition to playing soccer, See is a member of National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 4-H Club, French Club, and Deliberate Scholars Club. She was also selected to the Homecoming Court as a junior.
"There are several reasons why I chose MVNU," said See of her college choice. "Coach Meade was very friendly and instrumental in my decision to attend MVNU. It was evident to me that this was the atmosphere I had been searching and praying for. The girls on the team are amazing, and I cannot wait to grow closer to them as we walk with God. This team has accomplished a lot already, and I am excited to take part in its future successes."
The Lady Cougars finished the 2002 season with a 14-8-1 overall record as they tied the school record for most wins in a season. MVNU also finished third in the highly-competitive American Mideast Conference South Division and fourth at the National Christian College Athletic Association National Tournament.