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#25 Lindsey Mayo
Position: Forward
Height: 5'8"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Gallatin, Tenn.
High School: Station Camp HS
Club: Brentwood SC '94
Experience: 1 Letter
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#25 Lindsey Mayo
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 06/22/2012

2013 (Sophomore): Lindsey Mayo appeared in 20 matches as a sophomore, making 10 starts. Mayo scored three goals, including a game-winning goal against Missouri on October 31 that secured the Razorbacks a spot at the SEC Tournament. The sophomore scored the first goal in Arkansas NCAA Tournament history against Oklahoma State on November 4. With seven shots on goal, Mayo posted a .438 shots on goal percentage.

2012 (Freshman): Lindsey Mayo played in 20 games, starting nine, and playing 887 minutes. She finished the year with three goals, tied for fourth on the team, and seven points. Mayo scored the team’s lone goal in a 4-1 road loss at Ole Miss on September 14. In a 3-2 win over Kentucky, she tallied two goals on three shots, including the game winner. She also had an assist in a 3-1 win over Alabama on October 7. The forward had a played a season high 79 minutes at Tennessee, and played 50 or more minutes nine times. Mayo had 12 shots on the season, and five on goal. She was named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.


Club: Mayo played for the Brentwood Soccer Club 94 Girls Premier team. She helped her club win three state titles with a trip to the Region 3 finals.

Station Camp HS: Mayo earned all-state and all-county offensive MVP honors twice, and was once the overall district MVP. Mayo was all-state and her district’s MVP as a freshman when she scored 78 points on 33 goals and 12 assists. She had 12 goals and five assists as a junior and another huge year as a senior with 28 goals and 17 assists to earn all-state honors and all-county offensive MVP recognition. For her career, she had 180 points, 73 goals and 37 assists. Mayo’s teams won district regular-season titles her freshman, sophomore and senior years, tournament titles her freshman and sophomore seasons, and region championships her freshman, sophomore and junior years.

Personal: Born March 5, she is the daughter of Ken and Rhonda Mayo. She is majoring in engineering.


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