Lindsey Pulito


Lindsey Pulito Moore graduated from Berlin High in 2000. She began playing recreational soccer at the age of 7. She was coached by her father who was able to enhance her soccer skills. At the age of 9 she was excelling in travel soccer and at the age of 11 she was selected for the Connecticut Olympic Developmental Program which she participated until the age of 17. She had many state, regional, and national accomplishments during this time.

Lindsay’s accomplishments continued to grow with her participation in Berlin soccer from 1996 to 1999. She was selected an All Northwest Conference player and 1st Team All State player all four years. During both her junior and senior years Lindsay was selected as an All New England and All American player. As her team’s captain in 1998 and 1999, she helped Berlin win the Class M State Championship in 1998 and was selected MVP for the match.

During her scholastic career she set 16 of 17 school records. Including most goals in a season (32), most goals in a game (4), and most points in a season. She ended her career scoring 92 goals, 48 assists, and 232 career points.

Following her senior year in 1999, Lindsay was selected as the Connecticut Junior Soccer Associations state player of the year. As well as being named the Harford Courant state player of the year.

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