Thursday, July 1, 2010
Lindsey receives prestigious award
Amanda Lindsey has been presented the Stetson University Distinguished Senior Award for softball (2010) at Stetson University in Deland, Fla.
The award is presented to one male and one female senior athlete in their last year of eligibility, who in the opinion of the head coaches, enjoyed the most distinguished career at Stetson (academic and athlete performances are considered.)
The daughter of Ronny and Debbie Lindsey of Byhalia, she began playing softball at 8 years old for the Byhalia Sports Association. She was a Byhalia Red Hawk until the age of 14. She moved on to competitive fast pitch with the Olive Branch Xtreme and Germantown Gold from ages 14-18. She played slow pitch for Marshall Academy in junior high and fast pitch for St. Benedict at Auburndale in Cordova for her high school years.
Lindsey began playing softball in recreational slow pitch with BSA through Doug and Janice Wagg. They, as well as many others, have dedicated their time and energy to the BSA.
A few of her coaches over the years have been Denise Anglin, Scooter Dempsey, Hank Thomas, Richard Naramore, Eugene Wilkerson, Bubba and Edna Brown and many other dedicated parents.
Lindsey has returned to Byhalia Sports Association each summer (while in college) to help umpire, including this year.
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