Tom Lynn
Tom  Lynn


Libertyville, Ill.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165


2009: Lynn was selected as the 2009 recipient of the Marquette Outstanding Senior Male Student Award, the top academic honor awarded to a MU student-athlete. One of 11 MU players named to the 2009-10 BIG EAST All-Academic Team. He played in a 12 games and made six starts, recording one shot in 647 minutes played.

2008: Lynn, one of nine Marquette players to see action in every game, started in ten matches on the year. Off the bench, he contributed an assist against Bryant (Sept. 1) and a goal at UW-Milwaukee (Oct. 22) in the Milwaukee Cup. His first career goal was assisted by Billy Von Rueden, and came outside of the box on the right side. Lynn also registered nine shots and four shots on goal in 969 minutes.

One of five Golden Eagles to play in all of the team's 18 matches, Lynn was a solid contributor in 2007. In addition, Lynn made eight starts at the midfield position. He tallied eight shots, five of which were on goal, and was credited with one point on one assist. Lynn assisted teammate Nick Kay on MU's go-ahead goal in the 33rd minute versus Cincinnati, as the Golden Eagles went on to win their first-ever match in the BIG EAST in double overtime. Lynn was also selected to receive the team's Scholar Athlete Award at the annual postseason banquet.

2006: Lynn found action in eight games, starting four in his first season. He made his collegiate debut in MU's first conference game of the 2006 season, a game at Cincinnati (Sept. 15). The next outing, he made his first career start in the Louisville (Sept. 17) contest. In his eight games played all came in BIG EAST action.

Prior to Marquette: The Chicago Daily Herald named Lynn to their all-area team as a senior. He was also named to the Chicago Fire MLS All-State All-Academic Team Special Mention list. Lynn scored 25 goals and added seven assists in his senior year, leading Libertyville to a regional final spot for the third straight year. He played club for FC United Select, where he helped the club to a second place finish in the Northern Illinois Soccer League in 2005.

Personal: Lynn is the son of Mike and Peggy Lynn. He has a brother, Brian. A National Honor Society member, Lynn is an Electrical Engineering major.


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