Lindsay spent 5 years as an assistant coach at her alma mater – Harvard University. Coaching alongside her mentor and coaching great Kathy Delaney-Smith, Hallion also served as Harvard’s recruiting coordinator. She worked to evaluate and recruit top players nationally and internationally. During her time with the Crimson, Harvard secured 3 All American’s and several ESPN top 100 players. Hallion also focused on player development, academic advising, and mentorship.
As a player, Hallion was a two-time All-Ivy selection and senior captain. She was part of three Ivy League championship teams and played in the NCAA tournament. Hallion was named the team’s most valuable player as a junior and a senior and won the Harvard Pride Award as a freshman and a senior. She was a member of ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team. Lindsay was selected by The Harvard Crimson as one of Harvard’s 15 Most Interesting Seniors and was a nominee for The Harvard Women’s Leadership Award. Hallion graduated in 2008 with a degree in Psychology. After graduation, she played overseas in Europe.
A native of Westwood, Mass., Hallion played on 2 state championship teams at Westwood High School and was part of a 71-game winning streak. She is a 3-Time Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic. Hallion remains Westwood High School’s all-time leading scorer, male or female.
Lindsay is a Master’s Candidate in Boston University’s Clinical Counseling and Sports Psychology program.