Team USA: A member of the U19 United States Men’s National Team that won the 2016 FIL U19 World Championship … Was key in the defensive midfield for the United States … One of 10 high school seniors named to the 25-man roster.
2017: Played in all 18 games at defensive midfield … Scored two goals … Crucial part of defense that ranked first in the ACC and 12th nationally with a 8.39 goals against average … The 8.39 goals against per game was the lowest average by a Duke team since 2009 … Tallied his first collegiate point with a goal against Saint Joseph’s (2/25) … Also scored a goal in win at Georgetown (3/18) … Picked up 22 ground balls and caused seven turnovers overall … Recorded a season-high five ground balls in victory over Boston University … Also had a caused turnover versus the Terriers … Corralled his first ground ball with two ground balls and forced a turnover in win over High Point (2/10) … Picked up three GBs in ACC win over Virginia (4/15) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Before Duke: A four-year letterwinner at Georgetown Prep … Under Armour All-American … Also participated in the Under Armour All-America Underclass game … Voted to the Maryland Freestate Team as a senior … All-Star at the Baltimore Summer Kickoff and King of the Hill tournaments … Rated as the No. 13 incoming recruit by Inside Lacrosse … Helped lead the Hoyas to a 61-18 overall record in his four seasons … Scored three goals and two assists as Georgetown Prep finished runner-up in the IAC title game … Aided Georgetown Prep to the IAC title as a sophomore in 2014 and to a 19-1 overall record … Also lettered three years in soccer at Georgetown Prep.
Personal: Son of Chip and Kate Lindsay … Has two brothers and one sister … Father played golf at the U.S. Naval Academy … Grandfather, Charles T. Lindsay Jr graduated from Duke in 1958 … Born June 23, 1997.