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Lindsay Cobb

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Peckville, PA

High School:
Valley View

Height:
5-8

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
05/19/1982


GENERAL
Is Loyola's true leader on the court and off ... will play both the point or 2-guard spot ... Loyola's lone senior ... terrific passer with excellent court vision ... can shoot the three-point shot and pull up off the dribble ... three-time captain with outstanding leadership skills ... back bone of the team.

2002-03
Only Greyhound to start in all 27 games ... led team in assists with 116 ... shot a team-high 37% from behind the arc ... was ranked fourth in the MAAC in assists and second in assist/turnover ratio ... scored seven points and recorded eight steals against Canisius on March 1 ... had eight points, four assists and two steals at Iona on Feb. 14 ... scored seven points and added six rebounds and five assists in a win over Rider on Feb. 8 ... scored 14 points against Rider on Feb. 5 ... tallied five assists against Fairfield on Jan. 30 ... had nine points against Siena on Jan. 18, including a three-pointer at the buzzer ... tied career-high in assists with seven against Niagara, also scored six points ... was 5-for-8 from the floor for 15 points against Canisius on Jan. 10 ... was second in steals with 22 ... shot 35.3% from behind the arc ... scored 11 points against Georgetown on Dec. 21 ... tied a career-high in assist vs. UMBC on Dec. 8 with seven ... dished out six assists against Iona on Dec. 8 ... scored a team-high 14 points against Bucknell on Dec. 3 ... went 6-for-7 from the line and had six assists against Howard on Nov. 30 ... scored seven points and added four assists and four steals at Maryland on Nov. 22.

2001-02
Started all 29 games ... tallied a team-high 102 assists and 53 steals on the season ... second on the team in free throw percentage (.828)... averaged 6.0 points and 2.7 rebounds per game ... grabbed career-high eight rebounds and scored 13 points against Marist Feb. 14 ... had six assists and season-high 14 points in overtime victory against Fairfield Jan. 27 ... dished out six assists in wins over American (Dec. 29) and College of William & Mary (Dec. 22) ... recorded career-high seven assists and scored 12 points in win over Towson Dec. 16 ... also shot 4-for-4 from the foul line against the Tigers ... had career-high seven steals and scored 10 points at home against Canisius Dec. 9 ... also recorded 10 points, three steals, and three assists against Virginia Commonwealth Dec. 2 ... set new career highs in rebounding (8), assists (7) and steals (7) ... an Academic All-MAAC selection.

2000-01
Played in 26 of 29 games, starting eight ... started the first seven games of the season in place of injured Shannon Cohen ... averaged 2.6 points and 1.9 assists per game ... scored career-high 16 points in just 15 minutes in Loyola's 70-45 win over UMES Jan. 3 ... six assists at home against Canisius Feb. 3 ... fell hard to the floor in the second half of that game and had to leave the game ... missed the next two games after that with a back injury ... also had six assists and five rebounds at home against Rider ... had two steals against both Akron and Virginia Commonwealth ... averaged 17.5 minutes per game her freshman season.

AT VALLEY VIEW
Earned four letters in basketball, three in soccer and one in track & field ... two-year basketball team captain ... finished career with school records for assists and steals ... also scored 1,319 career points ... a first-team all-league and all-region selection senior season ... basketball team won two league championships ... also was team captain of league champion soccer team ... member of the National Honor Society and SADD ... a high-honor student all four years.

PERSONAL
The daughter of George and Lisa Cobb, Lindsay Cobb was born May 19, 1982, in Scranton, Pa. ... she has a younger sister, Lauren (18) ... uncle Ted played football at Penn State ... majoring in finance.