Lindsay Lawson enters her second season as assistant coach at Johns Hopkins. She came to JHU from Salisbury University, where she was a standout right-side hitter. To date, Lawson is the sixth all-time hitter at Salisbury and one of only six players to notch 1,000 career kills. She accomplished both feats in only three years with the Sea Gulls.
Lawson was Salisbury's most valuable player in 2005 and was an Honorable Mention All-America selection as a senior at right side hitter. She won the Salisbury University Coaches Award as a junior in 2004 and received second team all-conference honors in 2003. Lawson, a lefty, earned first team all-region and first team all-conference at right side hitter in 2003, her first season at Salisbury after transferring from Elon University.
Lawson attended Elon Unviersity for three semesters, beginning in 2001. She was a Big South All-Rookie selection as a freshman setter.
A graduate of nearby Dulaney High School, Lawson was the Baltimore Sun Player of the Year in 2000. She was also awarded All-Metro Player of the Year as a senior. At Dulaney, she played at both the outside hitter and setter position.