|2013||Did Not Play|
Saw action in five games, making two starts after missing all of the 2013 season…Scored her final collegiate goal in her only shot — a free-position attempt — of the season on March 5 in a 9-7 win at home against Boston University…Was called for just one foul all season.
Did not play.
Came off the bench in seven of the team's contests in 2012...Scored her first career points in the Big Green's 21-4 win over Niagara on April 16, scoring once and assisting on two more markers for three points...Also picked up her first career draw control against the Purple Eagles that afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field...Matched her career high with a ground ball during Dartmouth's regular-season meeting with Syracuse on April 9.
Appeared in two games as a freshman ... Made her collegiate debut on March 9 at Boston University ... Against Columbia on March 26 in New York, Christie colleceted her only ground ball of the season in just her second game.
Before Dartmouth: Lefty attacker who was a four-year varsity starter for New Canaan, serving as team captain her senior year ... Led New Canaan to the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference championship as a senior (19-3 record) after appearing in the finals her junior year ... Team advanced to the Fairfield County conference finals twice ... Named a US Lacrosse first team All-American her senior year after setting the school record with 93 goals in a season and 112 total points ... Tabbed first team all-state and first team all-conference as a senior ... ESPN All-RISE Honorable Mention and MSG Varsity Connecticut Player of the Year as a senior in 2010 ... Played in the CIAC Senior All-Star game ... Named to the FCIAC All-East team as a junior ... Won the 2010 New Canaan High School Sportsmanship Award, across all sports, and the 2010 Bradley Fetchet 9/11 Memorial Award ... 2010 Master of Sports Award ... Also played four years of ice hockey and one season of field hockey ... Led the field hockey team to the FCIAC finals as a senior ... Hockey team won two CIAC championships and an FCIAC title during her tenure ... National Honor Society member ... Played club lacrosse for Connecticut Lacrosse Futures and took sixth place at the 2008 Vail Shootout.
Personal: Daughter of Patrick and Indira Desai Christie ... Has one brother ... Father played lacrosse and swam at Hobart ... Mother played soccer at Wellesley.
What drew you to the Dartmouth Lacrosse Program?
What drew me here is the overwhelming sense of pride, tradition, and cohesiveness of the team and the coaching staff. Not only is Dartmouth an Ivy League school and a top D1 program, but I am on a team with the most phenomenal women and am coached by some of the most knowledgeable and passionate coaches of the game. At Dartmouth, I knew that I could reach my full potential.
What is your favorite Dartmouth Lacrosse moment?
My favorite moment was in the Hanover Inn ballroom when generations of Dartmouth lacrosse players and coaches gathered and shared experiences and laughs. The similarities and connections that we all had were really unique and special.
As a little kid what did you want to be when you grew up?
According to my elementary school yearbook I wanted to be a “business woman”. I always had my eye on being an Olympian too.
Who is the most famous person you’ve ever met in person?
My grandfather was an Olympic skier
What is the feeling you get when putting on a Dartmouth uniform?
When putting on a Dartmouth uniform, I get the chills thinking about all the generations that have put this uniform on before me and how much hard work we have all put in to earn this jersey. I feel empowered and prepared to take on any competition.