To whom it may concern,

Hello, my name is Lindsay Nohl and I am a 23 year old soccer player from the United States.  I have played at a very high level my entire life and I wish to continue doing so overseas. My ultimate goal is to play professional soccer in the United States.  I was extremely close to making the roster for the Bay Area Cyberrays of the new Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA) professional league last spring.  My desire is to play abroad from the months of Sept. through December or January, and then come back to the US and tryout at the next WUSA combine in February.  I am looking for a club where I can get some good coaching and training, as well as get to compete at a high level.  I prefer to play marking back, but can also play on the outside and up top as well.  I would say that my strengths are: tackling, winning headers, and my overall aggressiveness.  If you are interested in any way, please feel free to contact me by phone or email.  I have also attached my player resume:



WUSA                                     Position: Defense             2000-2001
 invited to and attended inaugural player combine in Boca Raton, FL     (Dec.3-11, 2000)
attended training camp of the Bay Area Cyberrays in San Jose, CA (March 1st 20th, 2001)

W-League                                                                1999-2001
* Hampton Roads Piranhas; W-I (2000-2001)   Position: Defense
         Earned W1 Team of week honors, week of 5/16/01
         Team finished 3rd overall in nation in 2001
        * Hampton Roads Piranhas; W-II (1999)                Position: Midfield/Defense
 Earned all tournament team honors in W-2 League Finals
 Team finished fourth overall in nation

The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA - NCAA Division I      1996-2000
* As a Freshman (1996)                          Position: Forward
 Tallied 17 goals, eight assists; led team and conference
 Earned Team Rookie of the Year
 Named Soccer Buzz First Team All-Mid Atlantic
 Named Second Team All-Colonial Athletic Association
* As a Sophomore (1997)                                 Position: Forward/Midfield
 Tallied 10 goals, 12 assists
 CAA Scholar Athlete
* As a Junior (1998)                                    Position: Forward/Midfield
 Tallied nine goals, six assists
 CAA Scholar Athlete
* As a Senior (1999)                                    Position: Defense
 Team captain
 Tallied two goals, five assists
 Earned team's Coaches' Award
 Named First Team NSCAA Regional All-American for Mid-Atlantic Region
 Named First Team All-Colonial Athletic Association
 Named First Team All-VASID
 Invited to Participate in UMBRO Senior All-Star Game
 CAA Scholar Athlete and Regional Academic All-American honors

Olympic Development                                                        1992-1997
 Played forward as a member of the Massachusetts State Team   (1992-1997)
 Played forward as a member of Regional Team, Region I   (1994-97)

Club Level
* Charles River United S.C.                             Position: Forward           1994-1997
         Massachusetts State Champions (95-97)


The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA - NCAA Division I      2000-2001
 First assistant for perennial top 20 program


  John Daly (Head Coach  The College of William & Mary)

  Christina Kenney (Manager of Player Personnel - WUSA)

  Ian Sawyers (Head Coach  Bay Area Cyberrays, WUSA)

Thank you very much,

Lindsay Nohl