|High School:||North Allegheny/U19 Team Pittsburgh|
Senior (2013-14): Holdcroft put an exclamation point on her stellar career with the Big Green appearing in 25 games... during her senior campaign, she made 645 saves with a .906 save percentage and a 2.67 goals-against average... had one shutout, stopping all 26 shots she faced in a 3-0 win at Brown on Feb. 21... made 30 or more saves seven times... had a season-high 40 saves in a 2-1 overtime loss against Northeastern... ranks No. 1 in program history in games played, minutes played and saves... she finishes fourth all-time in goals-against average in a career and shutouts... she ends her tenure third all-time in wins and save percentage.
Junior (2012-13): In her third year as the Big Green's primary starter, Holdcroft appeared in 29 games... Had a career best 659 saves in 1762:07 minutes of action... Registered a save percentage of .914 and a goals-against average of 2.11, while registering four shutouts in conference action... Ranks in the top-ten in several single season and program goaltending records... Named ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the week on Feb. 19... Made 40+ saves for the second time in her career on Feb. 1 against Harvard as she turned aside 41 shots in a 2-2 tie in a nationally televised contest... Made 30 or more saves three times... Had a six game unbeaten streak in the middle of the season... On the career lists she moved to fifth in minutes played (4896:28), fifth in games played (81), fifth in wins (47), third in save percentage (.914), second in goals-against average (2.12) and fourth in shutouts (12).
Sophomore (2011-12): Holdcroft appeared in 25 games in her second season ... had a career high 605 saves in 1,516:22 minutes ... her .926 save percentage marked a career high and tied her career high with four shutouts ... finished with a 14-9-2 record with a career-best 1.90 goals against average ... set a new career high with 43 saves in 4-1 victory over Quinnipiac on Feb. 4 ... named second-team All-Ivy ... named the ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week on Nov. 2 ... moved into seventh on Dartmouth's career games played list for a goaltender with 52 ... on the career lists, she moved to sixth in minutes (3,134:21), fifth in wins (32), fifth in shutouts (8) and seventh in saves (1,183) ... in conference play, she appeared in 20 games and had a 12-6-2 record ... had all four of her shutouts in ECAC Hockey play, and had a .939 save percentage.
Freshman (2010-11): In her first season, Holdcroft had one of the best seasons ever for a freshman goaltender ... appeared in 27 games, made 578 saves in 1,618:09 minutes, had four shutouts, a .902 save percentage a 2.34 goals against average and an 18-9-0 record ... her 578 saves marked the second-highest total ever by a Dartmouth freshman goaltender ... in ECAC play, she made 354 saves in 17 games and recorded three shutouts ... made a season-high 38 saves in a 3-2 victory at St. Lawrence on Feb. 11 ... had 14 games with 20 or more saves and four games with 30 or more saves ... named ECAC rookie of the week twice and goaltender of the week once ... was honorable mention All-Ivy.
Before Dartmouth: Competed in three sports while at North Allegheny Senior High School ... played two years of varsity boys' hockey and was a starter at the goaltending position ... as a senior, she was one of the best goalies in her league and posted a sub-2.00 goals against average ... awarded the Female Athlete of the Year Award at North Allegheny... two-time May Award recipient as Most Valuable Player on the team ... was a PIHL (Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League) AAA All-Star Team selection as a junior ... earned the Pittsburgh Penguins’ High School Hockey Player of the Month in January of 2009, becoming the first female to receive the honor since the inception of the award 23 years ago ... was a five-time Player of the Game in her two seasons with the Tigers ... was named High School Athlete of the Week by WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh ... participated in the National Select Camps for 14s and 15s ... was an assistant captain for U-19 Girls's AAA Team Pittsburgh ... three-time Mid-Am District Champion at the U-14 and U-16 levels for Team Pittsburgh ... ran cross country and track while at North Allegheny ... was a sectional champion in cross country as her team was a perfect 7-0 in 2007-08 ... finished second at the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Track Championship with a 10-1 record as a team.
Personal: Lindsay Ann Holdcroft was born May 14, 1992 ... daughter of Robert and Melissa Holdcroft ... has two brothers ... father played Division I golf and club hockey at Penn State University from 1977-81 ... Uncle, Tim Holdcroft, also played club hockey for the Nittany Lions from 1982-86 ... member of the National Honor Society and was a singer in the mixed concert choir ... interested in biology or neuroscience ... enjoys running and rollerblading.
HOLDCROFT'S CAREER STATISTICS