|Hometown:||Laguna Niguel, Calif.|
|High School:||Aliso Niguel|
Academic Notes: Undecided on major...3.44 high school GPA...Member of Principal's honor roll.
2013 (Freshman): Played in all 19 games with 16 starts…Scored four games for eight points…Attempted a team-high 27 points with 12 shots on goal…Had one game-winning goal against North Dakota…Her goal in the 66th minute tied the game at two in NAU’s 3-2 win over Southern Utah…Her goal in the 88th minute tied the game at two in NAU’s 4-3 loss to UTEP…Scored two goals in conference against North Dakota and Southern Utah…Attempted three or more shots in four games…Attempted a season-high four shots against Eastern Washington…Played a season-high 83 minutes against Idaho State…Played 70 or more minutes in six games.
High School: Three-year letter winner and two-year starter in soccer at Aliso Niguel HS...Also competed in soccer at JSerra Catholic HS...Helped Aliso Niguel win CIF Southern Section Division I and CIF Southern California Regional Division I championships in 2012...Team ranked No. 1 in the country according to ESPN Powerade FAB 50 rankings in 2012...Second on team in goals scored and led team in assists in 2012...Second on team in goals scored in 2013...Named Player to Watch by OC Varsity in 2012 and 2013...Player of the Game in 2012 CIF Southern California Regional Division I Championship...Named Orange County Register's Soccer Athlete of the Week in March 2013...Also played for three club soccer teams most recently for So Cal Blues...Selected to ECNL Team in 2012.
Personal: Lindsay Marie Doyle was born Jan. 6, 1995 in Laguna Beach, Calif....Daughter of Tom and Lisa Doyle...Two sisters, Lauren and Logan...Hobbies include photography...Most memorable moment was winning the CIF So Cal Regional Championship and being named Player of the Game after scoring two goals five minutes apart in the second half to tie the game...Chose NAU because of the school's excellent reputation and the soccer program, coaches and facilities were a perfect match for her...Also considered UNLV, Boise State and Cal Poly SLO.