Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Joe Stone Argos FC Argos IN
High School Eric Schmidt
Position
Primary Position Midfielder
Secondary Positions D, F
Athlete
YC RC GS GP
Career - - 46 47
Season - - 16 17
offense
SOG% SOG SH% SH PTS PG PA GWG GPG G APG A
Career 0.562 18 0.333 30 39 - - 2 - 10 - 19
Season 0.500 8 0.312 16 15 - - 1 - 5 - 5
team
Wins Ties Losses
Career 20 3 9
Season 9 1 7
Physical Attributes
Foot
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Soccer Honors

Freshman: (Worked hard/made the varsity squad and started every game)
I earned the Player of the Match award for my high school soccer team after playing Northridge High School.

* I moved to Culver Academies before my sophomore season started
Sophomore: key contributor for IFCA's #20 team in the state
Went head to head against some of the top center midfielders during the year: Alia Martin (Indianapolis Brebeuf), Courtney Dunlap (Argos), Olivia Shaw (Valparaiso)
- Won conference
- Named to the 2nd Team All Conference Northern Indiana Soccer Conference
Junior: We endured a short notice coaching change
- Faced one of the toughest strength of schedules in Northern Indiana
- Went head to head against top center midfielders during my junior season: Olivia Shaw (Valparaiso), Samantha Stone (Argos), Delaney Taylor (Warsaw), Madeline Lynam (West Lafayette), Kira Schuelka (Crown Point), Adeline Adello (Munster)
- Repeated as conference champion
- Selected to 2nd Team All Northern Indiana Soccer Conference
- Selected as Playmaker of the Year at annual banquet.

Soccer Additional

Club history:
Jr Irish: two seasons. Placed first in tough premiere division, won multiple tourneys.
Indiana Invaders: Played in regional, MRL League. We played teams from all over the Midwest region, and earned berth to the Super Y national tournament in Florida, all in that magical year. That team composed of 14 players that make up the core of seven of the top teams in Indiana soccer. Brooke Vandyke and I were the two players that scored in the national tournament for our team.
Attended Notre Dame soccer camps in 2015/2016
Indiana ODP: I participated with the Indiana ODP team that played against other Midwest ODP squads from Michigan, Illinois and Ohio.

Argos FC: Won several tournaments to include the prestigious Indiana Challenge Cup in 2016. Since then, I have played in numerous 3v3, Futsal, Indoor leagues and Spring outdoor leagues with Argos FC.

2016: 12-4-1, 6 goals, 10 assists
2017: 4-3-3, 10 goals, 10 assists

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Culver Military Academy
School City
Culver
School State
IN
Guidance Counselor
John Fishback
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
315
School Size
1120
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
7
School Division
2A
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Anatomy
Major Category
Health-Related Knowledge and Skills
Major
Health-Related Knowledge and Skills, Other
Major Category
Dental, Medical And Veterinary Residency Programs
Major
Oncology
Other Academic Information
I manage to balance my 4.0 GPA while being a part of 10 clubs, playing two sports, and volunteering within my community. I've received the Presidential Academic Award for Achievement & Excellence for the last 4-5 years. I have also been on honor roll ever since letter grades were available.
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Personal


First Name
Lindsey
Last Name
Stiles
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'3"
Weight
125
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

2015 Starter on the High School Varsity Team as a Freshman. Was named a member of the Indiana State team for ODP in 2014. Attended the Notre Dame soccer camp for two consecutive years. Went to the Super Y Summer League National Tournament in Bradenton, Florida in 2013.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

On the field, I was displayed as a leader because of the situation I was put in. I was only a freshman starting on the varsity soccer team, and the only freshman to be exact. Despite my age, that didn't hold me back, as I worked hard no matter what. Off the field, when I'm not playing, I of course tutoring younger students, but I also help mentor young soccer players as well. I'm ranked fifth in my class for academics as well. I run a very busy schedule with volunteering, tutoring, soccer, school, and the 10 clubs I partake in.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

Well of course, I during both the regular season and off-season, I do whatever it takes to stay in shape. So I don't really have an "off season" I guess, as I like to play year round. But that's just as an athlete, as a student athlete, I pursue a healthy athletic performance by putting my academic success first because if I didn't, for one, I wouldn't be allowed to play, and two, I'd most likely be too stressed to play. I manage all my time wisely and that's the key to having a stellar performance on and off the field.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

In my community, I take part in various service activities every week. Every Monday and Wednesday after school, I go to my former elementary school to help tutor young students. Then in Tuesday and Thursday, I go to my former intermediate school where once again I tutor. Then every Wednesday evening, I volunteer at the local neighborhood center and help with the food pantry service they provide. I'm also in several community service- based clubs so I'll do various activities for them as well. I'm not going to lie, when I first started volunteering, I just did it in hopes that it would look good. However, I've really become beyond passionate about and that's why I do it so frequently. Helping others in need really allows me to look at how fortunate I truly am. It's a very humbling opportunity for me, and as a teenager being surrounding by kids with so much, it helps me realize that I don't need expensive stuff to be happy, as your life isn't based on what you wear, it's based on who you are. Not only that, but meeting some of the greatest people and having them impact my lives more than anyone ever could outside of these activities. I truly do enjoy it, and over the past 6 months, I've already accumulated over 80 hours of volunteering while managing to maintain a 4.0 GPA, adjusting to my first year of high school, and playing soccer during the fall sports season.

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