Lindsey Huie played for the University of Portland on a soccer

scholarship from 2001-2005, where she was coached by

soccer legend, Clive Charles.

In 2002 as a redshirt Freshman Huie earned her first

Division 1 National Championship in overtime and

garnered another National Championship in 2005

alongside U.S. National Teamer and Phenom, Megan

Rapinoe and International Super Star, Christine Sinclair.

In 2001, Huie was called up to the US Under 18 National

Team where she was later cut from the team. Huie spent

the next 2 years crafting a tighter game and working on all

aspects of her game, mental and physical. Huie was called

up to the US Under 21 National Team in 2003, more

prepared and strategic this time, she earned a starting

spot winning the 2003 and 2004 Nordic Cup and playing

alongside US National Teamers Ali Krieger, Becky

Saubraun, Ashlynn Harris, Leslie Osborne, Carli Lloyd and

Natasha Kai.

In 2005, Huie recorded her only appearance

with the Women’s U.S. National Team in the Algarve Cup.

In 2019, Huie returned from retirement to play semi

professional soccer for LA Galaxy OC in the UWS. She

made five appearances in 2019, scoring one goal and

recording two assists, and was included once in the UWS

Team of the Week. LA Galaxy OC went on to win the UWS

Championship July 2019.