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Lyndsay Burton
Lyndsay  Burton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Long Valley, NJ

High School:
West Morris Central

Height:
5-11

Position:
Forward

Experience:
2V

2009-10: Second Team All-Centennial selection • started 24 of 25 games • led team in scoring (12.8), field goal percentage (.513), rebounding (7.9) and steals (1.7). • field goal percentage was seventh best in school history • recorded team-high six double-doubles on the year • totaled career-highs of 16 rebounds and three blocks against York • posted double-digit points in 19 contests • notched season-high 22 points in season opener against Wheaton (MA) • led Blue Jays in scoring in 14 of 25 games • shot .778 percent from the free throw line, tying her for 16th all-time in individual single-season free throw percentage.

2008-09: First Team All-Centennial • started 21 of 27 contests and led the team in scoring (15.1) and field goal percentage (.549) and finished second in rebounding (8.1) • field goal percentage was the third best in school history • scored in double-figures 21 times, including seven games with 20 points or more • bumped scoring average up to 16.8 points over the final 18 games • posted seven double-doubles on the year • averaged 11.7 points through the first nine games before catching fire down the stretch •jump-started late spree with a 16-points, 13-rebound showing in a win over Ursinus • had five straight 20-point games during the middle of the season, the longest such streak at Johns Hopkins since Kathy Darling turned the trick in six straight games during the 2001-02 season • included in run of 20-point games was a 26-point, nine-rebound masterpiece at 23rd-ranked Muhlenberg • totaled 29 points and 22 rebounds in two Centennial Conference Tournament games, including 17 points and 13 rebounds in a 75-58 win over F&M in the semifinals.

2007-08: Finished second on the team in scoring (9.5) and third in rebounding (5.4) • led the team in scoring in eight games • netted 10 points, grabbed three rebounds and had three steals against Wesley in collegiate debut • had double-doubles against Swarthmore (12 points - 11 rebounds) and St. Mary's (11 points - 10 rebounds) • scored 16 points, pulled down nine rebounds and registered six steals against Bryn Mawr • had 17 points and nine rebounds at Swarthmore and tied season-high with 11 rebounds to go with eight points versus McDaniel.

High School: Team advanced to the state tournament all four years • three-time all-conference and all-county selection • participated in the North/South All-Star Game as a senior • averaged double-figures in points all four years • also played four years of soccer and four years of lacrosse.

Personal: Lyndsay A. Burton • daughter of Peter and Ann Burton • born May 25, 1989 • member of the National Honor Society and the Spanish Honor Society in high school • father, Peter, played football and tennis at Susquehanna • student assistant in the Johns Hopkins Department of Athletics • majoring in international relations with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.

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