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Lindsay Agnew

Teams: Washington Spirit
Position: Forward
Hometown: Dublin, OH
Age: 22 (03/31/1995)
Height: 5'9"
College: Ohio State University
Last Club: Ohio State University

Lindsay Agnew was drafted by the Spirit with the No. 19 overall pick in the 2017 NWSL College Draft. Agnew has been part of the Canadian youth national program since she was 16 in 2011 and received her first call up to a senior national team camp in January 2017.

 

Canada National Team: she was 16 years old when she made her debut in the Canadian youth program in 2011 … won a silver medal at the 2012 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship in Guatemala (Canada qualified for Azerbaijan 2012)… represented Canada at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Azerbaijan 2012… finished sixth with Canada at the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Canada 2014…called into first senior national team camp in January 2017

College: Attended Ohio State University 2016: led Buckeyes with 10 goals and eight assists… second team All-Big 10 selection… co-captain and 2016 CoSIDA second team Academic All-American…concluded her career fourth in program history with 19 assists, tied for 13th with 55 career points and 15th with 17 career goals  2015: Assistant captain started all 23 matches as a forward … led the team and tied for second in the Big Ten with seven assists to go along with four goals … named to Big Ten All-Tournament team … Academic All-Big Ten and an OSU Scholar-Athlete. 2014: Started all 18 matches … tallied a goal and three assists … played 1,684 minutes, the second-most on the team … played a season-high 110 minutes at Minnesota, against Maryland and at Michigan … assisted on a pair of Sammy Edwards’ goals against Dayton … scored an unassisted goal at Purdue … assisted on Alexis Degler’s goal against Northwestern … Academic All-Big Ten and an OSU Scholar-Athlete. 2013: Played in nine games, starting six of them … missed two months of the season with an injury … tied for second on the team with three goals in addition to tallying an assist … scored game-winner in 3-2 season-opening win against Morehead State … tallied a goal on season-high six shots against Eastern Michigan … scored Buckeyes’ first goal in 4-1 win at Northeastern

High School/Youth: member of Ohio Premier for five years…won U-18 ECNL national championship in 2013…member of 2011 and 2012 id2/ECNL national camp…attended Dublin Jerome High School…lettered all four years at Dublin Jerome … first team All-Ohio and ESPNHS second team All-American as a junior after helping Dublin Jerome to state finals … also played three years of basketball at Dublin Jerome


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