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#9 Lindsay Cutchins
Position: Back
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Suffolk, Va.
High School: Lakeland
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As a senior:

  • Started in 19 games for the Dukes
  • Recorded a career-high three shots against VCU on Oct. 7
  • Scored a goal in three games for JMU, totaling 13 games scored in for her career
  • Finished her senior season with three goals, one assists, seven points and 14 shots
  • JMU Dean's List Fall 2011
  • JMU President's List Spring 2012
  • NFHCA National Academic Squad
  • CAA Commissioner's Academic Award
  • JMU Athletic Director Scholar-Athlete

As a junior:

  • JMU Athletic Director Scholar-Athlete
  • JMU Dean's List Fall 2010 and Spring 2011
  • Started all 19 games as a back for JMU
  • Had six goals and 12 assists for 24 points
  • Finished third in the CAA in assists (12) and assists per game (0.63).
  • Recorded a goal and an assist in the season-opening win over Rutgers
  • Had a goal and an assist against Kent State
  • Recorded multiple assists in four games (vs. Longwood, vs. Hofstra, at VCU, vs. Radford)
  • Scored a goal and two assists against Hofstra and Radford to establish a career-high four points
  • CAA Commissioner's Academic Award

As a sophomore:

  • VaSID Second Team All-State
  • JMU Dean's List Fall 2009 and Spring 2010
  • CAA Commissioner's Academic Award
  • JMU Athletic Director Scholar-Athlete
  • NFHCA National Academic Squad
  • Started 19 of 20 games for the Dukes
  • Finished tied for sixth in the CAA in defensive saves with 3
  • Recorded first goal in the 3-2 win over Kent State
  • Recorded first career defensive save in 2-1 win at Albany
  • Recorded second goal of the season in 3-2 overtime win against American to send match to Overtime while also hitting one of five JMU penalty strokes in the stroke-off 

As a freshman:

  • JMU Dean's List Spring 2009
  • JMU Athletic Director Scholar-Athlete
  • Appeared in 15 games
  • Made her first career start in the 1-0 victory over Kent State
  • Scored her first career goal in a 2-1 loss against Virginia in the first round of the NCAA tournament
  • Contributed to a defense that finished with 11 shutouts ranking second all-time in JMU history and ranked first in the nation in goals against average and shutouts per game

Before JMU: 

  • Three time First Team All Southeastern District
  • Second Team All Eastern Region player and MVP her sophomore year
  • As a junior, she was the All Tidewater team captain, Southeastern District's Player of the Year, the Cavaliers' MVP, First Team All Eastern Region, and named All State Honorable Mention
  • Her senior year she was named Eastern Region Player of the Year and made First Team All Region and All State...
  • All Tidewater Team captain, a Futures Elite team member, and her jersey was retired at Lakeland High School
  • Beach Premier Festival club team was the U16 gold medal winner
  • As a junior she made the First Team Southeastern District team for soccer and was the Cavs offensive soccer player of the year

 

Personal:

  • Younger sister of Kelsey Cutchins, who was a member of the JMU field hockey team from 2006 to 2009
  • Her grandfather, J.E. Crenshaw, was a catcher with the Plymouth Yankees, winners of the European theater of Operation World Series 1943
  • Her great uncle, Dr. E.C. Cutchins, held a Ph.D. in microbiology and worked on the measles vaccine in the late 1950s

 

Year

GP-GS

Goals

Assists

Points

GWG

Def.Sv.

2008

15-1

1

0

2

0

0

2009

19-19

3

6

12

0

3

2010

19-19

6

12

24

1

0

2011 19-19 3 1 7 0 0

Total

72-58

13

19

45

1

3

 

 

Getting to know Lindsay...

 

Why did you choose JMU?
I loved the "small" feel of a big school, the excellent athletic training staff and my sister played JMU field hockey

What is your major/minor and why did you choose it?
Geography with an Environmental Conservation Concentration because I love working for a better future for our physical world, and I ran out of Gen Ed classes

What are your goals for the 2010 season?
Become a better player, leader, and learn from my mistakes; my life goal is to NEVER GET ANOTHER CONCUSSION!

What are your favorite things to do off the field?
 Play Innertube Water Polo!!

What is your favorite JMU field hockey moment?
Playing "Sporcle" on the way home from away games with Julie and Baillie [Assistant Coaches Munson and Versfeld].  Naming the all the capitals was a group effort, getting the states was the hardest for Baillie-I guess being from another country gives you a disadvantage

What is the best class you have taken at JMU?
GSCI 101 with Lynn Lucatorto (physics and general science)

Where is your favorite place you have visited and where would you like to visit?
Edenton, N.C. and Greece

What is something that most people do not know about you?
I have been skydiving and I was an extra on the T.V. show One Tree Hill....

What do you want to do after college?
No clue, and that excites me...Kinda

What is your most prized possession?
My heart necklace

Where is your favorite place to eat on campus at JMU?
 Top Dog- Panini's

Do you have any unique talents?
 I like to name all the presidents. Yea weird, I know...

What is the best advice you have received?
"Don't let your worries get the best of you; remember, Moses started out as a basket case."... Remember God loves ya... It's more important to know what you think about yourself than to know what others think about you

What advice would you give a prospective recruit?
Consider different universities and make sure you feel you are in your comfort zone while you are there... oh and Chocolate chips make everything taste better

What is your dream job?
 Anesthesiologist, Air Force Pilot, Archeologist 

What do you like about Harrisonburg?
It has a city and five minutes later on is the countryside with beautiful mountains

If you could trade places with anyone for a day, who would it be?
The cook at the White House: you get to see what is happening and eat great food.

What is your lucky number?
9- Who would have "thunk" it?

Who or what is your favorite...
Food? Chicken  Parmesan and Chocolate Chip Cookies
TV Show? Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice, One Tree Hill, Cake Boss
Movie? Italian Job, any "007" movies
Book? Anything dealing with the Presidents
Actor? Bradley Cooper
Athlete? Nicole Sakamoto, My Golf Roommate!!
JMU sport to watch besides field hockey? Lacrosse