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#6 Lindsey Bos
Position: Defender
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Snohomish, Wash.
High School: Archbishop Murphy
Club: Crossfire Premier

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Washington
2012 (Junior):
Was one of four players to play all 90 minutes in the season-opener at Seattle U ... made two huge saves on the goal line in the second half ... started at Colgate and Syracuse ... helped post shutouts vs. SU and Colgate ... was solid in the back line helping to post the shutout vs. La Salle ... earned the start vs. Fresno State ... started at Gonzaga and vs. Notre Dame, helping to post shutouts in both games ... earned starts at Utah State and BYU ... played in 91 minutes on the back line at USC ... played all 181 minutes on the road at Colorado and Utah ... played all 110 minutes on the back line vs. Arizona ... played all 90 minutes on defense at ASU helping to post the 2-0 shutout ... played every minute on the back line vs. No. 3 UCLA ... earned starts at No. 25 Cal and No. 2 Stanford ... played all 90 minutes at Cal.

2011 (Sophomore):In June was named to the U-20 National Team with teammates Lindsay Elston and Chelsea Archer ... Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic ... started in 14 of 18 games ... recorded her second career assist against No. 24 Portland that tied the game ... took two shots and finished the year with one point as an outside back ... was part of the defense that helped the team record two shutouts and allowed top-ranked teams such as Stanford, UCLA, Wisconsin, Cal and Portland to score just once each.

2010 (Freshman): Was one of two freshmen to play in all 24 games ... just one of four players to start in all 24 games and one of two in the back line ... played all 110 minutes vs. Wisconsin on Sept. 5 and in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 2 Portland on Nov. 14 ... finished the year at No. 77 on TopDrawerSoccer.com's Top 100 Freshmen List ... was a huge part in UW's nine shutouts on the year, including two shutouts in the NCAA Tournament ... took one shot at San Francisco on Sept. 26 ... had her first career assist in the Pac-10 opener vs. Arizona on Oct. 8 on Allie Beahan's goal in the 70th minute ... took the seventh penalty kick at Portland in the NCAA Tournament, making her attempt.

High School/Club:
Four-year letterwinner at Archbishop Murphy in Everett, Wash. ... team captain her senior year ... was named the Everett Herald's Player of the Year after leading her team to an undefeated season and a state title her senior year ... also named a finalist for the paper's Woman of the Year in sports ... scored 15 goals and added 23 assists as Archbishop Murphy captured its second state championship in four seasons ... was also a starter on the 2006 title-winning team, when she earned the first of her four First-Team All-Cascade Conference nods ... named first-team all-state her junior and senior years after earning second-team all-state honors her first two years and was the 2A State Player of the Year her final season ... was a Gatorade Player of the Year candidate ... Seattle Times all-area player her junior and senior season's ... also finished fourth at the state track and field meet in the 400 meters her freshman year ... carried a 3.99 GPA ... spent seven years helping Crossfire Premier become one of the top clubs in the country. Personal:
Lindsey Marie Bos ... Born in Redmond, Wash. ... Parents are Mike and Carmen Bos ... Has an older brother, Jake, who plays for UW's lacrosse club team ... mother played DII college soccer while her father played DII football ... enjoys water skiing and snow skiing.

Career Statistics

Coach Gallimore on Bos:
"Lindsey is a skillful passer and tireless worker. She can play a host of positions on the field and has the endurance to be good for 90 plus minutes. She will more than likely be a defender for us, but she is extremely capable of attacking from the back which makes her a great weapon."

GETTING TO KNOW Lindsey Bos

NicknameBossy
Favorite song"Picture" by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Guilty pleasureBaking and green tea
Strangest thing a coach ever said to youNothing yet
Favorite part of being a HuskyBeing a part of the soccer team and getting to know all the girls, competing at such a high level and being close to home.
Favorite restaurant in SeattleHard Rock Café, Portage Bay
Favorite place to hang out in SeattleAlki Beach
Favorite place on UW campusCluster 955 balcony in McMahon
Current cell phone ring toneN/A
Zodiac signCancer
If you could guest star on a TV show, what would it be?Jersey Shore
Biggest celebrity crushBradley Cooper
Store where you would like to spend a $10,000 gift cardNordstrom
If you could have dinner with one person, who would it beTaylor Swift
Why did you choose your numberNo particular reason.
Random fact people wouldn't know about Lindsey BosI have an obsession for tea.
If you could trade places with a teammate for a day, who would it be and whySarah Martinez, so I could experience her diving header skills.
Best thing about playing for Coach GallimoreShe is straight forward and always tells you how it is. PLUS she has a sense of humor to add to it.
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