Duke Women's Lacrosse BIO
7 Chelsea Landon
Career: Played in 73 contests over four seasons with 23 starting assignments … Amassed 31 goals and 22 assists for 53 points … Concluded career ranked among the top 30 players in program history in assists … Also collected 40 ground balls, 27 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers … Guided Duke to four consecutive NCAA quarterfinals appearances, including a trip to the national semifinals her senior year.
2015: Started all 21 games on attack as Duke advanced to the NCAA semifinals for the first time since 2011 … Totaled a career-high 25 points on 15 goals and 10 assists … Won a career-best 14 draw controls for the season while picking up 12 ground balls and recording four caused turnovers … Notched second hat trick of career against William & Mary (2/22) … Turned in multiple assist efforts against Syracuse (4/24) and Southern California (5/10) … Registered a point in all three NCAA Tournament contests, including a three-point performance in a second round win over the Trojans.
2014: Appeared in 19 games with two starting assignments … Notched a career-best 15 points on eight goals and seven assists … Reached double figures in the ground ball category with 12 … Also posted four draw controls and three caused turnovers … Had multiple goals in wins over Louisville (2/9) and Jacksonville (3/16) … Picked up a career-high three ground balls at Notre Dame (4/11) … Recorded at least one point in all three of Duke’s NCAA Tournament contests … Selected to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013: Saw the field in all 20 contests her sophomore season … Totaled eight points on six goals and two assists … Tallied a career-high four scores in a 23-0 shutout of Presbyterian Feb. 10, marking her first hat trick … Also recorded nine ground balls, three draw controls and three caused turnovers … Earned a spot on the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2012: Played in 13 games as a rookie ... Scored her first career goal in Duke's 17-13 win at Richmond on Feb. 17 ... Added her second goal against Stony Brook, helping the Blue Devils to a 9-8 victory (March 5) ... Dished out three assists on the season, one each versus Georgetown, Virginia Tech and High Point ... Added seven ground balls, six draw controls and two caused turnovers ... Earned three draw controls in the season opener against Bucknell ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner at Nobles & Greenough, totaling 196 goals and 190 assists during high school career ... Named first team US Lacrosse All-America and Academic All-America as a junior and senior ... Earned Under Armour All-America honors in 2011 in addition to Boston Globe All-Scholastic recognition ... Three-time first team All-ISL pick and two-time NEPSWLA All-Star selection ... Served as team captain junior and senior years, garnering MVP and ISL League MVP honors ... Led team to conference titles in 2008, 2009 and 2011 ... Named league rookie of the year in 2008 ... Given Senior Bowl for contribution, dedication and leadership ... Played for the Revolution Lacrosse Club ... Named to the Eastern Lower New England first team in 2009 and 2010 ... Earned distinction as New England Under Armour Underclassmen Team in 2009 and 2010 ... Also lettered in soccer and basketball ... Four-year starter on the soccer squad, leading the team to three ISL titles and two New England Championships ... Also recipient of the CC Clarke Award for contribution, leadership and team spirit ... Helped basketball team to three ISL titles during career.
Personal: Chelsea Garrettson Landon ... Daughter of Jennifer and Russell Landon ... Father was a member of the sailing team at Yale ... Has one older brother, Halsey.