23 - Lindsey Fox
Lindsey Fox
Height: 5-4
Year: Senior
Hometown: Columbus, Ind.
High School: Columbus North
Previous College: Louisville
Position: F/M

2008 - Junior Season: Finished tied for fourth on the team with eight points, coming on three goals and two assists...appeared in all 22 of the Bulldogs' matches, including 18 as a starter...scored twice in helping Butler to a 6-1 victory over Detroit in the Horizon League Championship quarterfinals...found the back of the net against Indiana State (Oct. 21)...notched helpers in wins at both Saint Louis (Sept. 12) and Detroit (Oct. 5).

2007 - Sophomore Season: Named to the Horizon League's All-Newcomer squad...ranked second on the team with four assists while finishing third with five goals and 14 total points...took 49 shots, the second-most on the team...started in all 19 of her games played...notched her first goal and assist with the Bulldogs against Indiana State on Sept. 11...tallied a goal and an assist against Green Bay (Oct. 12)...scored both of the team's goals in helping Butler past Valparaiso in the Horizon League quarterfinals (Nov. 3). 2006 -

Freshman Season: Attended the University of Louisville...saw action in all 20 games for the Cardinals, ranking fourth on the team with 10 points on four goals and two assists...transferred to Butler following the season.

High School: NSCAA all-state first team as a senior, second team as a junior and honorable mention as a sophomore...district player of the year in 2004 and 2005 and Republic All-Area Player of the Year in 2003, 2004 and 2005...named to the all-conference team all four years and to the all-district first team in three...team MVP in two seasons and team offensive MVP three seasons...holds the high school record with 109 career goals and 244 career points...also holds the single-season records with 37 goals, nine assists and 83 points...helped team to the state semifinals in 2002, 2004 and 2005...as a freshman at Louisville, finished fourth with 10 points, scoring four goals and assisting on two...helped the Cardinals to the best record in school history at 13-4-3 and a trip to the NCAA Division I College Cup...team advanced to the second round of the Big East Tournament...played for the Carmel United club team...member of the National Honor Society as a junior and senior, serving as an officer her senior year...graduated fourth out of 450 in her class...first-team all-state academic in 2004 and 2005...at Louisville, was a Dean's Scholar with a 4.0 grad point average...member of the honors program and a Student-Athlete Scholar.

Personal: Born July 11, 1987...daughter of Thomas and Sandra Fox...chemistry major.