Dec. 4, 2001
Days after the conclusion of its successful postseason run, three members from the UVa women’s soccer team have raked in the first of many postseason honors.
Lori Lindsey and Lindsay Gusick were named to the first team of the 2001 NSCAA All Mid-Atlantic Soccer team. Kelly Worden was named to the second team. Lindsey and Gusick finished as the team’s top two scorers, while Worden was the leader of a defense that limited 17 of 23 opponents to 10 shots or fewer this season, including 11 shutouts. Lindsey and Worden were both All Mid-Atlantic selections a year ago.
Lindsey capped her career with career-best 11 goals and four assists, second on the team with 26 points. For her career, the two-time ACC Player of the Year finishes in sixth place on the school’s all-time list for goals (33) and points (76).
Gusick’s 17 goals were the second-most in school history for a single-season, the second player in UVa history to score at least 17 goals in a season, while leading the ACC with an average of 0.77 goals per game. Her 37 points is also the second-highest single-season total in school history.
In addition to being named ACC Player of the Year for a second year in a row, Lindsey was an All-ACC selection for a third time in her career, while Gusick was named second team All-ACC and a member of the ACC All-Rookie team. Worden has been named All-ACC two years in a row.