Lindsay Kennedy-Eversmeyer grew up in the metro-east playing soccer and graduated from Alton High School.
During her career at Alton High School, she was a 4 year varsity letter winner and earned First Team All-Metro, All-Conference, All-Area, All-Sectional, and All-State honors all four years. Her Junior year she was named both the Telegraph and Post-Dispatch Player of the Year while setting the school record for goals in a season (47). She also played basketball for 3 years and earned varsity letters as well as 1st Team All-Area for 2 of them.
She played four seasons (1998-2000, 2002) of collegiate soccer between the University of Kansas and Harris-Stowe State University. At the University of Kansas, she posted 19 points, was named Big 12 player of the week in the third week of the season and was named to two all-tournament teams. Eversmeyer played her next three seasons at HSSU in St. Louis. She ended her college career setting 6 HSSU records, which she still currently holds, in career goals (61), goals/season (24), assists/season (22), points (144), goals in a game (5), and Avg. goals per game (1.06. She was named three times to the American Midwest Conference (AMC) first team, AMC Newcomer of the Year in 1999 and was the AMC Most Valuable Player in 2000, becoming the only HSSU player in history to receive it. She was also named three times to the NAIA Regional V first team and was a three-time NAIA All-American Team Honorable Mention.
After college Eversmeyer played professionally for the St. Louis Steamers in the Major Indoor Soccer League becoming the first female in history to play men's professional indoor soccer. She also played for the WPSL teams, The Archers and River Cities F.C., and in 2006 helped lead RCFC to the WPSL Championship final.
She currently is the Assistant Coach at the University of Missouri - St. Louis and is also the Owner and Head Coach of a women's semi-professional team, called Fire & Ice Soccer Club, which competes in the Women's Premier Soccer League, the largest women's league in North America. In her first year with the league, she led the team to a Midwest Region Championship and also received the honor of Midwest Coach of the Year.