Lindsey Hodgen Kelly Athlete Profile

#23 Lindsey Hodgen Kelly

Lindsey Hodgen Kelly
Position: Outfielder Height: 5-8 Roster Years: 2000-2001 Hometown: Pendleton, OR



Conference Honors

  • 2001 All-MWC selection
  • 2001 Academic All-MWC
  • 2001 Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete award
  • 2000 All-MWC
  • 2000 Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete award

Career Summary

A two-year starter on the inaugural 2000 team and the 2001 Mountain West Conference Championship team, Lindsey Hodgen Kelly became BYU's all-time steals leader (40) after her time here. She is also a two-time Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete award.

Personal

  • Parents are Mike and Becky
  • Has one brother and two sisters
  • Husband is Brian
  • Majored in psychology

Before BYU

  • Honor roll student at Pendleton HS
  • Three-time all-conference selection
  • Team captain in 1997
  • Received Offensive Player of the Year award
  • All-star selection senior year
  • Also lettered in basketball and was an all-conference honorable mention

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At UVSC: 

  • Honorable mention all-region selection at UVSC. at UVSC Played outfield at Utah Valley State College
  • Honor roll student and Dean's List student
  • Named Female Scholar Athlete of the Year
  • Offensive Player of the Year award
  • Also named Athlete of the Year as the softball team's captain
  • First team all-region selection
  • First team All-America

Stats

YEAR   AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR  RBI   TB  SLG%  BB  FLD%  SB-SBA
2000  .283  138  18  39   2   2   0    6   45  .326   8  1.000 20-24
2001  .315  165  34  52   3   2   1   15   62  .367  18  .943  20-22 
TOTAL .300  303  52  91   5   4   1   21  107  .353  26        40-46


2000 | Junior Year

  • All-Conference
  • Started in center field in all 43 games for the Cougars, batting .283 with a team-high 39 hits in 138 at-bats
  • Had two doubles, two triples and six RBI, while scoring 18 runs
  • Had a team-high 20 stolen bases
  • Committed no errors, while having a perfect fielding percentage
  • Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete award

2001 | Senior Year

  • All-conference selection
  • Academic All-Conference
  • Cougar Club Scholar/Athlete award
  • Hit .315 with 52 hits, including three doubles, two triples, one homerun and 15 RBI while also scoring 34 runs
  • Led the team with 20 stolen bases in 22 attempts