Lindsay Cote ‘21 Recruiting Profile

  • Waterville Senior High School
  • Newport, ME
  • Women's Golf
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Lindsay Cote's Women's Golf Recruiting Profile
Height:
5'3"
Weight:
110
Age:
17
Prim. Position:
Golfer
18 Hole Average
82
Tournament Scoring Average
82

Personal Statement

I have always believed that things happen for a reason, and that philosophy was validated when I found the game of golf. It was destiny that golf and I connected, for I wouldn’t be where I am today without it. Golf is my driving force for many things I do in my life, aside from the competitions I compete in. Golf has taught me the motivation it takes to work hard and to meet my various goals. It is because of golf that I possess amazing grades in school and strive to work hard in everything that I do. It started in the seventh grade when I was forced to sit out of a soccer season due to a minor knee injury. My dad invited me to join him in his golf cart for a round, and as I sat there observing, I became fascinated with the game. I asked my parents to set up my very first lesson, and from there you couldn’t get me away from the golf club. I think to myself everyday what my world would be like without golf, and that isn’t  a world I never want to live in.


When I was a freshman, I was honored to be part of a great team that won the State of Maine Runner Up Award. We came together and all our hard work paid off! However, this past season was the most valuable out of the two. I was asked to step up and really be a leader for my team. As a sophomore captain, I always was encouraging my teammates to work hard and have fun, even if we weren’t very good skill wise. This didn’t stop me from continuing to push myself and get better in the summer and throughout the season. I pushed myself to accomplish my goal of placing in the State of Maine Golf Championships and earned the eighth place spot. This season really taught me that no matter the circumstances, there is no excuse for not working hard and not accomplishing your goals. Even though my team didn’t do well this year, it was only further motivation to prove to myself that I could strive for and earn a medal.


Living in a small town in Maine can be tough for golfers who are seriously in love with the game, such as myself. There is a window of time where I am not able to golf due to the snow, but I don’t allow that from to stop me from being the best I can be. I am constantly playing simulator golf and keeping my swing alive throughout the winter months. One thing I will tell you about me, is I have always loved to help people. In school, if kids need extra help with their homework or they don’t understand something, I am always willing to help those who need it. One of my favorite things to do in the winter time is support the unified basketball team at Nokomis, and every year I volunteer at the Special Olympics. This is why I have set my eyes on becoming a physical therapist. The feeling of helping people thoroughly overwhelms me with joy and makes my heart feel complete, so if I can do that in the workplace everyday that would make me truly happy. Being a leader on my team here in Maine has made me realize that golf truly makes me a better person, and I want to continue that in a college setting while I prepare myself for the life I want to live and meet the goals I have for my future.


Athletics

High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 3 years
  • 2019 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards:
    3rd Place in State Championship, 1st Team All-Conference
  • 2018 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-Conference, 8th Place Medalist State of Maine
  • Team Awards:
    State 2nd Place
  • 2017 Varsity Team
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-Conference

Coach References

  • High School Head Coach
  • Matt Brown
  • High School Head Coach
  • Coach Khristian Clement

Academics

Grades

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High School Information

High School:
Waterville Senior High School
State:
MAINE
Phone:
(207) 873-2751

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Freshman year: Honors Physical Science, AP Prep World History, Honors Algebra I, Honors English 9; Sophomore year: Honors Geometry, Honors English 10, Honors Lab Biology; Junior year: Honors Chemistry
AP Classes:
Yes. Sophomore year: AP World History; Junior year: AP Language and Composition, AP Government and Politics; College Courses: Husson University- Medical Terminology, General Psychology, Introduction to Nutrition, Human Growth and Development, Functional Anatomy and Physiology, Contemporary College Algebra; Northern Maine Community College- Anatomy I, Anatomy II; University of Maine: ENG170 Foundations of Literary Analysis, MAT122 Pre-calculus, ENG205 Introduction to Creative Writing
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
No

Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • Invest Write State of Maine Essay Champion
  • Award
    • 2019 Maine State Science Fair 1st Place - physics and astronomy category
  • Award
    • Highest Honors
  • Award
    • National Honors Society
  • Activity
    • Key Club Officer
  • Activity
    • Latin Club
  • Activity
    • National Honors Society
  • Activity
    • Class of 2021 Treasurer

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