Lindsay Brecher Cobb, a three-time first-team All-ACC goalkeeper with the Wolfpack from 1988-90, begins her sixth season as an assistant coach at NC State.
During her four-year career with the Wolfpack, Cobb was in goal for the ACC championship team and helped lead the Wolfpack to a 65-21-7 record (.737) and a pair of NCAA Final Fours. She recorded 396 career saves and had a GAA of 1.09 and a save percentage of .852. Cobb was named Tournament MVP when NC State won the 1988 ACC championship after allowing one goal and recording 14 saves in 270 minutes. A year later, she was named to the NCAA Final Four's All-Tournament team after recording 15 saves in the semifinals against North Carolina. Currently, Cobb is ranked second all-time in ACC history with 396 career saves.
Cobb has been a goalkeeper coach on the Region 3 staff and at the prestigious Goalkeeper Plus Academy. Before returning to Raleigh, Cobb spent seven years as a sports marketing and licensing representative for Coca-Cola in her hometown Atlanta, Ga., and worked in the licensing efforts of the 1994 and 1998 World Cups.
Cobb is married to NC State Associate Athletics Director Charlie Cobb, and they have a son, Harrison (6) and a daughter Branan (3).