#18 Zander El-Hindi
|HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)||Fayetteville, N.Y. (Jamesville Dewitt HS)|
2014 (Senior): Helped Lipscomb to its first-ever A-Sun Championship and a school record 12 wins...Started all 17 games...Helped anchor a defense that recorded four shutouts and allowed just 24 goals to stand second in school history with a 1.38 GAA...Helped the Bisons to 20 shutouts over his four-year career...His 5,775 minutes played are the fourth-most in school history...Placed 4-of-6 shots on frame...
2013 (Junior): Saw action in 20 games making 19 starts...Selected to Dayton Flyer Classic All-Tournament Team...Scored game-winning goal against Cleveland State...Attempted 10 shots placing three on goal...Played ever minute of action in seven of the last eight games...Helped anchor a record-breaking defense that allowed just 20 goals with seven shutouts...
2012 (Sophomore): Played in 20 games making 16 starts… Scored first career goal on Sept. 7 against Elon… Attempted three shots on the year placing two on goal… Played every minute of action the final eight games of the season…
2011 (Freshman): One of two Lipscomb freshmen to appear in all 19 matches; made 11 starts... Made first start against Xavier (Sep. 4)... Picked up first point against Bowling Green (Sep. 18), assisting on Garret Pettis' goal... Along with Pettis, assisted on Deven Bahadoorsingh's game-winning goal against Belmont (Oct. 9)... Picked up third assist on Nick Bibb's goal against Jacksonville (Oct. 14)... Attempted 10 shots, leading all Lipscomb freshmen.
Prep: Played for Joe Roach at Jamesville-Dewitt High School... All-state selection for two years... Played for the Syracuse football club, taking the state cup championship twice... Part of the Region I ODP team for three years, which included a trip to Argentina to play and train... Selected to play and train with storied Spanish team Real Madrid by Adidas International.
Personal: Son of Joe and Wynn El-Hindi... Has one brother, Jamal, and one sister, Kristin... Plans to major in sports medicine... Favorite athlete is Arsenal's Samir Nasir.