Honors and Awards
- NSCAA Second-Team All-American (1996)
- First-Team All-Big 12 Conference (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999)
- Big 12 Conference All-Tournament Team (1998)
- NSCAA First-Team All-Central Region (1996)
- Soccer America and Soccer Buzz First-Team All-American (1996)
- U.S. Under-20 National Team Player (1997, 1998)
Lindsay Eddleman capped one of the greatest careers in Nebraska history by leaving as the school's all-time leading scorer with 127 poinots on 50 goals and 27 assists. Eddleman's 50 goals ranked second in the NU record book, while her 27 assists ranked third. Eddleman's 15 game-winning goals in her career also tied All-American Kari Uppinghouse for the top mark in the Husker record book. Her 88 games started ranked second and her 88 games played ranked third in Nebraska history.
With a pair of two-goal games against Oral Roberts and Portland, Eddleman pushed her career total to 10 multiple-goal games.
A four-time first-team All-Big 12 Conference selection, Eddleman ranked second on the team and sixth in the Big 12 in scoring with 32 points on 10 goals and 12 assists in 1999. Eddleman also joined Isabelle Morneau, Sharolta Nonen and Amy Walsh in the Umbro Select All-Star Classic.
An aggresive and physical presence on the field, Eddleman also earned Nebraska's Toughness Award.
Eddleman earned first-team All-Big 12 honors for the third consecutive season after ranking second among the Huskers and seventh in the league with 27 points on 11 goals and five assists. Eddleman's season got off to a slow start after breaking the fifth metatarsal in her left foot on July 17, while playing for the Denver Diamonds. She had a screw inserted into her foot on July 21, which forced her to miss the first start of her Husker career in the season opener against Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
She returned to the starting lineup in Nebraska's second game, a 4-1 win over No. 8 Clemson, but the injury kept her out of the scoring column until the Huskers' seventh game, an 11-0 rout of Loyola-Chicago. She scored all 11 of her goals in NU's final 16 games, including two-goal performances against Loyola-Chicago, Missouri (regular season) and Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament.
Eddleman earned a spot on the Big 12 All-Tournament team by scoring the Huskers' first goal in a 3-2 triple-overtime win over Texas A&M, but she received a red card in the 103rd minute and was forced to sit out Nebraska's 4-0 win over Missouri in the Big 12 title game. She enjoyed her best game of the season with five points on two goals and a game-winning assist against the Aggies in the NCAA Tournament, which helped her earn third-team All-Central Region honors.
Following a spectacular freshman season, Eddleman finished her sophomore campaign as the Huskers' third-leading scorer with 26 points on 12 goals and two assists. She earned first-team All-Big 12 honors and third-team All-Central Region accolades.
Her best performance came at No. 4 Duke when she recorded the second hat trick of her career with three goals to lead Nebraska to a 5-0 win. She added two goals in the Huskers' 5-1 sin over No. 15 Michigan in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. She scored four game-winning goals on the year.
Eddleman produced Nebraska single-season freshman records of 42 points and 17 goals, while helping the Huskers to a 23-1-0 record. She was Nebraska's second-leading scorer with 42 points and earned second-team All-America honors and first-team freshman All-America accolades.
She was a first-team All-Big 12 and first-team All-Central Region pick. She scored four game-winning goals, including the Huskers' only goal at the 117:47 mark against Texas A&M in the Big 12 championship game. She set the NU record for points in a half, scoring seven points on three goals and an assist in the first half of a 10-2 win over Colorado.
At Bear Creek High School, Eddleman was chosen th 1996 Colorado Player of the Year. She scored 21 goals on the season, including two five-goal performances against Skyview and Smoky Hill. Eddleman led Bear Creek to the Colorado Class 5A state semifinals against eventual state champion Chatfield. She earned first-team all-state honors in 1995 and 1996 under Coach Stephanie Schroeder at Bear Creek. She was also a first-team all-conference and second-team all-state pick in 1994. Eddleman was a standout basketball player and one of the top players in the Jefferson County League in 1995-96.
Eddleman trained with the U.S. Under-20 National Team in 1997 and 1998, while playing for the Denver Diamonds in 1996, 1997 and 1998. During the 1995-96 club season, Eddleman led the Lakewood Fury to an Under-19 Colorado State Cup title. The Fury and Coach Tom Stone advanced to the West Regional Final in Seattle, where they lost to North Huntington Beach.
She was the top scorer for the Fury in 1994, and led the team to the State Cup semifinals in 1993. She was a member of the Western Region Olympic Developmental team in 1995.
The daughter of Jim and Leslie Eddleman, Lindsay has two sisters, Mandy, 24, and Abby, 18. Lindsay was born Feb. 18, 1978. She graduated with a degree in advertising.