University of Iowa Athletics
GK

#00 Lindsey Boldt

Height -
Class Sr.
Hometown Wauwatosa, Wis.
High School East

2007 as a Senior… Academic all-Big Ten… Started the first 13 matches in goal for the Hawkeyes before having season-ending injury against Penn State… finished the season ranked fourth in the Big Ten in goals-against-average (0.86), third in save percentage (.810), and tied for fourth in shutouts (six)… finished with a record of 6-2-4, including six shutouts… made 47 saves on the year.

2006 as a Junior… Academic all-Big Ten… played six matches in goal with five starts… compiled a 3-2-1 record… recorded first career shutout at Iowa State (Sept. 12)… tallied two shutouts… saved 31 shots with a .795 save percentage… played 504:59 in goal.

2005 as a Sophomore… Academic all-Big Ten… named team’s Most Inspirational Player… played in eight matches with seven starts in goal before suffering season ending injury… recorded 44 saves in 692:23 minutes played.

2004 as a Freshman… Recipient of the team’s Most Inspirational Player award… saw first collegiate action against Northwestern (Oct. 1)… played in three matches for a total of 116:00 minutes… recorded seven saves.

High School… Second team all-conference as a junior… all-conference honorable mention as a freshman and sophomore… recorded 10 shutouts and saved 46 shots while leading team to an 18-3-1 record as a junior… had a 0.45 goals against average and allowed eight goals in leading team to a state runner-up finish in 2003… first team all-conference, team MVP and co-captain in 2004… won the Sarah Hegerty award which was her club’s highest and only honor in 2004.

Personal… Born August 19, 1986… daughter of Karen Boldt and Jim (and Donna) Boldt… sister Liz played goalkeeper at Purdue from 1998-2002… communications and sports studies major… attended Wauwatosa East High School and was coached by Rob Harrington.