17 Lindsay Boris
Boris played in all 16 games last year, earning 14 starts, and is a valuable asset to the Brown midfield ... Earned Honorable Mention All-Ivy recognition ... Scored three goals on the season, including the gamewinner against Rhode Island ... Appeared in 15 games in 2003, starting in 11 ... Played in 13 games as a rookie, while earning 10 starts in the back field ... Before Brown: An accomplished athlete, Boris entered Brown as one of the top midfielders in the state of Pennsylvania ... A team captain as a senior ... Earned a varsity letter from 1999-2001 at Lake-Lehman High School ... Captained a team that finished as Wyoming Valley Conference Champs in 2001 and PIAA State Runners Up ... Member of Keystone State Games Championship team in 2001 and Indoor Championship team in 2002 ... Earned First Team All-Conference recognition in each of those three years, while earning Honorable Mention All-State as a sophomore, Second Team All-State as a junior and First Team All-State as a senior ... Futures Participant from 1998-2001 ... Also participated in National Field Hockey Festival (2000) as a member of Pocono Too Team ... Named the Killer Bees Student Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Recipient of the Edna Johnson Memorial Award for Outstanding Senior Leadership and the Bausch & Lomb Science Award ... The Class Salutatorian, she was also named First Team Academic All-State in 2001 ... Volunteer at St. Vincent and DePaul Soup Kitchen (1997-2002) ... Junior Leadership Wilkes-Barre (2000- 2002) ... Personal: Daughter of Frank and Susan Boris ... Cousin Tim Cotter is a senior on Brown's football team ... Concentrating in Sociology.