8 Lindsay Cunningham
Cunningham will enter her final season with the Bears already ranked in Brown's all-time top 20 for career points (18th with 38) and assists (13th with 12) ... 2007: Named Second Team All-Ivy at the conclusion of the season for her third straight All-Ivy selection ... Finished second on the team in scoring with seven points (2g, 3a) ... Scored the game-winning goal at Army ... Also named Academic All-Ivy ... 2006: Earned her second straight Honorable Mention All-Ivy selection after posting 18 points (5g, 8a) and leading the team with eight assists ... Scored the game-winning goal against Cornell ... Her eight assists on the season rank fifth all-time at Brown ... Ranked sixth in the Ivy League in points, eighth in goals, and first in assists ... Had 3-6-12 numbers in a six-game stretch at Brown went 5-0-1 during that span ... Also named a Second Team CoSIDA District I Academic All-America ... 2005: Made an immediate impact as a freshman, leading the Bears with 13 points (6g, 1a) ... Named Honorable Mention All-Ivy as one of just five freshmen in the Ivy League to earn All-Ivy honors ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week (10/24) after scoring the came-tying goal in a 1-1 tie with Cornell ... Ranked 10th in the Ivy League in points and points per game, and eighth in the League in goals and goals per game ... Four of her six goals came in Ivy League games as she ranked fourth in Ivy only games in points and points per game, and second in goals and goals per game ... Before Brown: A three-sport athlete at Cumberland High School, Cunningham played soccer for four years, basketball for three, and ran track for two ... Helped to lead soccer team to three straight State Championships (2001-2003), finishing as State Runners-Up in 2004 ... As a captain of the soccer team in 2004, during her career Cunningham was named All-American (2004), All-New England (2004), All-State (2003, 2004), and All-Division All-Tournament, and All-Area all four years ... Scored a career-high 43 goals as a senior ... Named MVP of team in 2004 and 2001, earning Most Valuable Forward honors in 2004, 2003, and 2002 ... Named MVP of State Championships game as a freshman and a junior ... Finished career with 118 goals, finishing as the third-highest goal scorer in Rhode Island history ... Also a Captain of the basketball team as a senior ... Member of National Honor Society and Rhode Island Honor Society ... Also played Club Soccer for Rhode Island Rays United, Bruno United F.C., and Rhode Island ODP ... Personal: The daughter of A. John and Marcia Cunningham, Lindsay has one brother, Ross ... Cousin Jessica Dzaman is a 2006 Brown graduate ... Concentrating in Commerce, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship.