Thursday, June 17, 2010
Lindsey excels in classroom, on field
Amanda Brooke Lindsey of Byhalia graduated May 8 from Stetson University, Deland, Fla., with a Bachelor of Art and Science degree in biology and a minor in Spanish.
She not only excelled in the classroom but also on the softball field. As a four-year starter for the “Hatters,” Lindsey holds the records as the all time strikeout leader (828); single season strikeout leader (277); third all time in shutouts (28); third all time in wins (70); and third all time in home runs (23). She pitched 86 complete games with two no-hitters and one perfect game.
Lindsey was a three-time team MVP; four-time Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Week; two-time All Atlantic Sun Tournament Team honoree (2008 and 2010); 2010 all conference pitcher honoree; and two time National Fastpitch College Association All-Region Team honoree (2008 and 2010).
She is the daughter of Ronny and Debbie Lindsey of Byhalia.
She is currently in Deland, Fla., working the softball camps at Stetson University. She plans to continue her softball career as a college coach.
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