4 - Lindsay Knott
Lindsay Knott
Born: 02/01/1986
Height: 5-5
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Jose, Calif.
High School: Archbishop Mitty HS
Position: Attacker
UC Santa Barbara
2007: Finished the season with a total of 25 goals... Scored a season-high of three goals against Arizona State (2/25)...Also finished the season with a total of 26 assists and 32 steals....Scored in each of the Gauchos' MPSF Tournament games, including three two-goal showings. 2006: Was sixth on the team with 20 goals scored during her sophomore campaign...Had two goals in 10-7 loss to eventual NCAA Champions UCLA (2/5)...Led the Gauchos with a hat trick in 18-3 win over Pacific (3/5)...Also had multi-goal games against Redlands (3/11), Pomona (4/22) and Cal State San Bernardino (4/22)...Earned MPSF All-Academic honors. 2005: Tallied one goal her first year with the Gauchos in 17-6 win over Marist (2/25)...Earned recognition in the "Excellent" category for the American Water Polo Coaches' Association Academic All-American team. High School
Third Team All-American as a senior in 2003 at Archbishop Mitty High School...First Team All-Central Coast Section and First Team All-WCAL that same year...Won 120 of 123 sprints her senior season en route to being named team MVP...Three-time All-American in swimming...Holds records in the 200 free relay and 200 medley relay...Winner of the Wendy's High School Heisman Award for Athletic and Academic Excellence...Four year member of the honor roll...Coached by Scott Blake. Club
Played club ball with the San Jose Splash coached by San Jose State Head Coach Lou Tully. Personal
Lindsay Alexandra Knott was born Feb. 1, 1986 in San Jose, Calif.... Parents are Peter and Connie Knott...Business economics major at UCSB with an art history minor...Is an aspiring financial advisor or designer...Enjoys surfing, hanging out with friends and sewing... Favorite athlete is Kurt Warner...Lists "Wayne's World" as her favorite movie...Her most memorable athletic achievement was scoring two goals against UCLA during the 2006 season...Names former swim coach Cathy Manthey as her personal hero.

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