11 - Lyndsy Muri
Lyndsy Muri
Height: 5-8
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Ashland, Mass.
High School: Ashland
Position: M
Major: Aerospace Engineering
Team: Mass Elite

2014: Played in 14 games, started 13...six goals...four assists...10 points...10 groundballs...tallied one goal, three assists, three groundballs, and two caused turnovers against Framingham State (4/1)...posted two goals, one assist, and two caused turnovers at Dallas (3/25)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2013: Started all 17 games...15 groundballs...10 draw controls...four caused turnovers...posted two groundballs and two draw controls against Smith (3/30)...generated two caused turnovers at Eastern Connecticut (4/18)...registered three draw controls and a goal versus Maine-Farmington (3/16)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2012: Started all 16 games...five goals...seven assists...12 points...one game-winning goal...15 groundballs...14 draw controls...five caused turnovers...ranked third on the team in assists and fifth in draw controls...posted two goals and an assist at Wellesley (4/10)...recorded two assists and three groundballs versus Framingham State (3/20)...generated three caused turnovers at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (3/26)...picked up two groundballs on four occasions.

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in aerospace engineering...worked on developing parachute simulations at the National Aerospace Laboratory of the Netherlands...conducted on UROP on astronaut exo-skeletal training systems in MIT's Manned Vehicle Laboratory...studied waste production, charcoal use, and alternative forms of charcoal in Nairobi, Kenya...completed a UROP in MIT's Space Systems Laboratory where she designed and manufactured a satellite battery box...student advisory board member to the Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming office...First Generation College Students executive board member...Baker dormitory desk worker...Club Water Polo...African Students Association...MIT Campus Crusade for Christ...Engineers Without Borders...Flying Club.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Ashland High School...Division II Massachusetts State Tournament south sectional semifinalist...Hardest Worker at Practice Award...Coaches' Award...was a member of the cross country, field hockey, and indoor track and field teams...valedictorian...National Honor Society...student council president and treasurer...Class of 2011 historian/publicist...AP Scholar with Honor Award...Commended Student in National Merit Scholarship Program...Certificate of Academic Excellence Award given out by the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents.

Club: Mass Elite.