Oct. 30, 2009
DEKALB, Ill. -
Northern Illinois women's soccer student-athlete Lindsey Curnock (Batavia, Ill./ Batavia) was named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine All-Academic All-District First Team, the College of Sports Information Directors of America announced today.
Curnock, a psychology major, boasts a grade-point-average of 3.935 and was also selected as a member of the 2008 CoSIDA /ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District First Team. This season, Curnock also received Mid-American Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Week honors for her performance against Toledo.
Curnock has started all 19 games as the Huskies' goalkeeper, posting 75 saves for four shutouts. She holds both the NIU and MAC career-shutout record with 29. After breaking the NIU record her sophomore season, she went on to break the MAC career-shutout record when she recorded a shutout against conference foe Toledo (Sept. 27) to mark her 28th shutout.
She surpassed that mark when she registered her 29th in a match-up against Western Michigan Oct. 29. Curnock holds a 0.789 save percentage, with a goals against average of 1.01.
The senior goalkeeper's first-team honors for District Five places her on the ballot for Academic All-American consideration.