Alumna Lyndsey Patterson

Seattle Sounders (Former W League)


2011 WPS/USL - W: Played for the Atlanta Beat and Seattle Sounders.

2010 WPS: Played for the Philadelphia Independence.

2009 WPS: Played in one match - the 2009 WPS Championship - earning 12 minutes. Added by the Los Angeles Sol as a training player during the 2009 season, and was later bumped up to their developmental roster.

USL - W: Played for both the Seattle Sounders and the Atlanta Silverbacks of the USL W-League

College: Three-time All-SEC selection with the University of Tennessee. Finished her four-year career with the Lady Vols ranked seventh all-time in scoring (64 points), eighth in goals (20), and sixth in assists (24). Led Tennessee to back-to-back SEC regular season titles in 2003 and 2004, in addition to SEC tournament crowns in 2002 and 2003.

Personal: Another heralded graduate of the Tennessee soccer program, Puyallup, Wash., native Lyndsey Patterson joins the staff of Lady Vol head coach Angela Kelly as a student assistant coach fresh off a spectacular career in the Orange & White. She completed her career having participated in a program-best 91 matches with 88 starts. Patterson completed her stay on Rocky Top fifth on the UT career charts for assists with 25 and eighth in goals with 20. The All-Central and All-SEC choice tied Lady Vol standout Kim Patrick for sixth on the Tennessee point list with 64.