15 - Lindsay Minges
Lindsay Minges
Height: 5-4
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Rochester, NY
High School: Brighton High School
Position: A/M

2010: Made an immediate impact as a rookie, starting all 15 games … Finished third on the team in scoring with 21 points (16g, 5a) … Was 4-12 on free position shots … Also had 18 ground balls, 10 draw controls, and nine caused turnovers … Notched her first career point and goal in the Bears’ season opener against Sacred Heart … Scored a career-high three goals, including the game-winner, against Quinnipiac … Before Brown: A two-sport athlete at Brighton High School, Minges also played soccer along with lacrosse ... Lacrosse team captain ... Named First Team All-County and First Team All-Greater Rochester in lacrosse ... Named to the US Lacrosse Senior All-Star Team for Section V ... Helped to lead team to Sectional Titles in 2006, 2007 and 2008, finishing as Sectional Finalists in 2009 ... Brighton also finished as State Finalists in 2006 and 2007 ... Played club lacrosse for Lady Roc ... Personal: The daughter of ... Fritz and Maura Minges, Lindsay has two brothers, Kurt and Charlie … Undecided on a concentration.

Minges’ Career Highs
Goals:
3, vs. Quinnipiac (3/7/10)
Assists:
2, at Manhattan (4/11/10)
Points:
3, 2x, last at Manhattan (4/11/10)
Free Position Goals:
1, 4x, last vs. Boston College (4/18/10)
Shots:
5, 3x, last at Manhattan (4/11/10)
Ground Balls:
3, 3x, last at Bryant (4/6/10)
Caused Turnovers:
2, at Yale (3/17/10)
Draw Controls:
2, 2x, last at Columbia (4/10/10)

Minges' Career Stats
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Off the field with Lindsay
Why I chose Brown…The challenge of competing at a high academic and athletic level
The thing I like most about Brown…The people are so down-to-earth and laid back
Favorite class at Brown…History of Art and Architecture with Professor Molholt
Favorite Brown tradition…Walking in and out of the Van Wickle gates only twice (for commencement and graduation)
People who have had the greatest influence on my athletic career…My dad, Fritz
Superpower I would want (why)...To be able to fly because it would be super fun
Favorite Food...Meals by Mom cooks
Pre-game ritual...Scootering to the Ratty for our pregame meal
What I wouldn’t do for a million dollars…Go down in a mine
My life's theme song...“It’s Only Rock and Roll” by the Rolling Stones
Favorite movie from this past year...Despicable Me
TV show I want to be on...Greek
Favorite book…To Kill A Mockingbird
Favorite character in literature…Howard Roark from Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead
Hidden talent…Can play guitar
Teammate who has a future in stand up comedy…Tara Rooke
Teammate I would describe as “team mom”…Tori Conway
What three things I would take with me on a deserted island…My lacrosse stick, my guitar, and a book
Place I want to travel...Greek Islands
Favorite Olympic sport…Alpine skiing
If I could be a professional athlete, I would compete in...Snowboard half-pipe
Favorite Coach McDonald quote…“feed the good wolf”
Pet Peeve...Poor customer service
Where I would spend $1,000...On Thayer Street
My dream car...The fastest one
My ideal day...Being at the beach
Favorite pair of shoes...My Toms
Top five most-played songs on my iPod …Any Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews or Taylor Swift
Coolest thing in my bedroom growing up…It was sponge painted pink
Person in history (past or present) I would most like to meet…Will Ferrell
If I had 24 hours to live, I would…Spend it with my family
If I had to compete on the Amazing Race, the teammate I would pick as my partner would be…Nancy Baker
Where I see myself in 10 years…Raising a family
My post-school ambition…To see the world