Syracuse University women’s soccer team signs Maryland native Lindsey Brick
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The Syracuse University women’s soccer team added some defensive depth to the roster with the signing of Lindsey Brick on Friday morning.
A Gaithersburg, Md., native, Brick attended high school at Quince Orchard where she was a two-time First Team All-State selection under head coach Peg Keiller. She played club soccer with Maryland United FC. Brick will begin her athletic and academic career at Syracuse in the fall of 2020.
“Syracuse has been my dream school ever since my alumni parents started taking me to Orange basketball games when I was 7 years old,” Brick said. “As I grew older and decided my goal was to play soccer in college, I never gave up on my dream of going to Syracuse. I’m eager to become a productive member of the Syracuse University community, contribute my athletic abilities on the field, and earn a degree at a university I’m passionate about.”
Brick, a center back, helped Quince Orchard win 45 games over the last four years, claiming three regional championships in that time. With Brick’s assistance, the school also reached the state semifinals in 2017 and state quarterfinals in 2019. As a 2018 team captain, Brick helped anchor a defense that allowed just six goals all season – a school record for lowest goals against. Recording 11 goals and four assists in her career, Brick earned First Team All-State in 2018 and 2019, and Second Team All-Met in 2018.
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