Lindsey Pierret
Lindsey Pierret
Height: 5-3
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Morristown, N.J.
High School: Morristown

As a freshman (indoors):
Set a personal record in the 5000m (18:22.29) at the Terrier Invitational on Jan. 26...finished fourth in the 3000m (10:31.90) at the URI Women[apos]s Mega Meet on Feb. 3...placed eighth in the 3000m (10:32.45) at the NEC Championships on Feb. 10...finished eighth in the 5000m (18:13.36) to set a personal record in the event and the Bobcats set two school records for their highest finish (fourth) and point total (62) at the NEC Championships on Feb. 11...recorded a 28-second personal record and placed ninth in the 5000m (17:45.48) at the New England Championships on Feb. 23.

As a freshman (cross country):
Named All-NEC on Oct. 28 for placing seventh overall at the NEC Championships...garnered NEC Rookie of the Week honors on Sept. 6...in her Bobcat debut, finished seventh overall and second on the team in 19:00.17 which helped lead the Bobcats to a third-place finish of eight teams at the Stony Brook Invitational on Sept. 1...placed ninth overall of 159 runners and first on the team in 19:29 as the Bobcats finished third of 18 teams at the Fordham Invitational on Sept. 9... finished fifth overall and fourth on the team in 19:11.2 to help the Bobcats win the Quinnipiac Invitational on Sept. 22...placed 48th overall and fourth on the team in 18:41 as the Bobcats set a program record for placing fifth at the New England Championships on Oct. 7...finished 21st overall and third on the team in 18:33.9 to help the Bobcats place fourth of 22 schools at the UAlbany Invitational on Oct. 14...placed seventh overall and fourth on the team in 18:51.7 to help lead the club to its second straight NEC Championship on Oct. 28...finished 48th overall and second on the team in 22:48.0 as the Bobcats set a program record for placing ninth at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships on Nov. 11.

Before Quinnipiac:
Owns every single course record she has competed on in the 140-year history of the Morristown High School women[apos]s cross country program...named All-County and All-Conference in cross country three times and her high school[apos]s Most Outstanding Female Athlete in 2005-06...was a three-time MOC qualifer indoors and two-time MOC qualifier in cross country and outdoor track...cross country team placed third at the County Championships...was a Female Scholar Athlete who made the High Honor Roll...member of the National Honor Society.

Personal:
Born in Morristown, N.J...daughter of Marion Galbraith and Kirk Pierret...has an older brother, Derrin...majoring in entrepreneurship.