• Kick-off
  • HometownPark City, Utah
  • PositionDefender
  • Number18


Cutshall, 24, made eight appearances for Sky Blue FC in 2013 before starting 11 of the 14 matches she played in 2014. She made an immediate impact on the offensive end of the field in 2014, netting three goals on just five total shot attempts. Collegiately, the Utah native was a MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist following her senior season at Brigham Young University, registering three goals and a pair of assists despite the fact that she started on the back line for the Cougars. She also led a BYU side that allowed a mere 13 goals in 2012. Cutshall was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Year for her efforts that season, also being selected to the NSCAA All-America Team. During her four-year college campaign, the hard-nosed defender totaled 32 points on 13 goals and six assists. Cutshall has also played at virtually every level of the U.S. Women’s National Team development program, beginning with its U-16 side in 2006. She then progressed through the U-17, U-18 and U-20 teams before being named to the U-23 Player Pool in 2013.

Lindsi Cutshall

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