In two seasons with Loyola (Maryland), Kevin Lindley has been a scoring machine. After a 41-point freshman season, Lindley finished second on the team in points as a sophomore with 60 goals and four assists.
For New England lacrosse fans, none of this comes as a surprise, however, as Lindley was one of the best scorers in the state of Connecticut while playing for Darien (Conn.) High School. A four-year letter winner, he was named U.S. Lacrosse’s Northeast Player of the Year as a high school senior after a 106-goal season, helping the team go 23-0.
He finished his high school career with the Darien records for career goals (216), single-season goals (106) and single-season points (134).
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