Senior Year (2011): Named Third-team IWLCA All-America and third-team Synapse Sports All-America ... earned first-team all-region honors by the iWLCA ... named Inside Lacrosse first-team preseason All-American ... on the Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List ... named first-team All-Ivy League ... started in all 15 games ... collected a season-high five ground balls at Harvard ... caused a season-best four turnovers against Duke ... made three draw controls wins vs. Dartmouth ... won the team's Emily Goodfellow Award.
Junior Year (2011): Earned All-America honors by IWLCA (third team), Synapse Sports (second team) and WomensLax.com ... named first-team all-region and All-Ivy League ... started in all 19 games ... had four draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers at No. 4 Duke ... picked up a career-high six ground balls and four caused turnovers at Yale ... had four ground balls and four caused turnovers at No. 1 Maryland ... had four ground balls, two draws and a turnover at No. 14 Dartmouth ... had three caused turnovers, two ground balls and a draw control against Columbia ... had four caused turns at JMU in the first round of the NCAAs.
Sophomore Year (2010): Named second-team All-America by womenslacrosse.com ... earned first-team all-region honors ... a unanimous First-Team All-Ivy League selection ... started all 16 games ... scored her first career goal against Georgetown and had her first assist against Maryland ... had a career-high four caused turnovers vs. Yale ... won a career-high six draw controls against Dartmouth and caused four turnovers in that game.
Freshman Year (2009): Named to the womenslacrosse.com All-Rookie team ... started in all 18 games ... picked up 22 ground balls, 24 draw controls and 16 caused turnovers ... had a season-best four ground balls against Cornell on March 28 ... won four draw controls, a season best, against Georgetown in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on May 10 ... caused a season-high three turnovers against Harvard on April 11 ... defense ranked fifth in the country with an 8.67 goals against average.
Before Princeton: Captain and MVP of her lacrosse, field hockey and basketball teams at Episcopal High School ... a 2008 US Lacrosse All-American and Under Armour All-American ... named first-team all-Independent School League (ISL), first-team all-state and was an all-metro honorable mention selection ... earned US Lacrosse national all-academic honors twice ... earned league honorable mention in 2007 ... the Maroons won the state title in 2006 and were ISL A runners-up in 2006.
Personal: Full name is Lindsey Sprague deButts ... born September 4, 1989 ... parents are Boota and Shelley deButts ... has two younger brothers, Hunter and Austin ... Hunter is a freshman on the Princeton men's lacrosse team ... majoring in politics.
|| 1 at Georgetown, 3/28/10
|Assists|| 1, 2x MR vs. Columbia, 4/27/11
|| 1, 3x MR vs. Columbia, 4/27/11
|| 6 vs. Dartmouth, 4/25/10
||6 at Yale, 4/9/11|
|| 4, 6x MR vs. Duke, 3/3/12
|High School:||Episcopal School|