Lindsy Hartsock Athlete Profile

#14 Lindsy Hartsock

Lindsy Hartsock
Position: Middle Blocker Height: 6-4 Roster Years: 2002-2006 Hometown: Inkom, ID Last School: Century High School



All-America

  • 2005 AVCA Honorable Mention


Academic All-America

  • 2006 CoSida Third Team

Personal

Born Lindsy Lewis ... parents are Leo and Bonnie Lewis ... is the youngest of seven children ... has three brothers and three sisters ... at 6-foot-4, she is the tallest member of her family ... was also offered a basketball scholarship to BYU ... married Ben Hartsock on Aug. 1, 2003 ... double major in community health and home and family living.

Before BYU

Club: Played for Club Century in 2001 and Club Toca in 2002, both coached by Debbie Farnsworth ... competed in the Salt Lake City area league in 2001 and 2002.
High School: As a senior she was named Gatorade Idaho Player of the Year, first-team all-state and team captain in leading Century High School to the state finals ... also named 2001 Idaho Player of the Year by the Idaho State Journal ... in 2000 she was named first-team all-state after leading her team to a fourth-place finish ... coached by Alice Heberlein ... named the Idaho Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2000-2001, and was a member of the National Honor Society ... graduated with the highest honors and was the class valedictorian ... basketball honors in 2001 included being named Idaho Player of the Year, first-team all-state, conference MVP and team captain in leading her team to a fourth-place finish ... lettered three years in volleyball, basketball and track ... recruited by Arizona, Colorado State, Weber State, Montana and Idaho State.

Stats

CAREER MATCH HIGHS
KILLS: 21 at Air Force, 9/24/05
HITTING PERCENTAGE: 1.000 at Air Force, 11/18/06
ASSISTS: 4 (twice)
ACES: 6 vs New Mexico, 10/30/04
DIGS: 8 (three times)
BLOCKS: 14 at Wyoming, 10/12/06
YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
Year   MP-GP   K    E   A    Pct.  Ast.  SA  SE  RE  Dig  BS  BA   TB   BE  BHE	
2003   31-92   146  43  294  .350  5     34  30  0   45   14  97   111  9   0
2004   29-110  275  69  542  .380  5     23  38  1   57   9   196  205  5   1
2005   29-107  289  49  541  .444  22    25  45  1   55   9   123  132  4   3
2006   31-107  245  54  491  .389  37    16  21  4   62   8   139  147  8   3
Total  120-416 955  215 1868 .396  69    98  134 6   219  42  555  595  26  7


2002 | Redshirt Year

REDSHIRT

2003 | Freshman Year

All-West Region Honorable Mention selection -- BYU's only regional or national award recipient for the 2003 season ... also named MWC Freshman of the Year, the first BYU women's volleyball player to be so selected since Sunny Tonga in 1999 ... played in 31 of 33 matches ... the only two matches she missed were in the NCAA Tournament, where she was unable to play because of an inner ear infection ... third on the team and tied for fifth in the MWC averaging 1.21 blocks per game ... second on the team and fourth in the MWC with a .350 attack percentage ... second on the team and tied for seventh in the MWC averaging 0.37 service aces per game ... set team single-match highs on the season with 11 blocks and a .846 hitting percentage ... was only one of three players in the MWC to rank in the top eight in at least three of six statistical categories (hitting percentage, kills, assists, service aces, blocks and digs) ... put away a career-high five aces twice (vs. Ohio State and Air Force) ... led BYU in blocks a team-high 11 times.

2004 | Sophomore Year

Named the 2004 Blocker of the Year by Collegiate Volleyball Update Magazine ... finished second in the nation in blocks per game (1.86) and 25th in hitting percentage (.380) ... was ranked as high as No. 1 and No. 3, respectively, during the season ... one of only three players in the nation to total more than 200 blocks ... named All-MWC after being selected Preseason All-MWC and MWC Player of the Week ... second all-time at BYU in season block assists (196), third in blocks per game and seventh in total blocks (205) ... led the MWC in blocks per game and was second in hitting percentage while leading BYU in both categories ... fourth at BYU in kills with 275 ... reached double-digit kills 15 times and double-digit blocks seven times ... made a career-high 13 blocks against No. 9 Colorado State ... posted a career-high 16 kills against UNLV and hit a season-high .769 versus Weber State, one of nine matches in which she hit .500 or better ... also notched a career-best eight digs against New Mexico ... led the Cougars in blocks 21 times, hitting percentage 13 times and kills five times ... was forced to miss the first match of the season due to injury but played in all 29 successive matches.

2005 | Junior Year

Received honorable mention All-America honors in addition to American Volleyball Coaches' Association All-Region recognition after finishing the season ranked second in the nation with a .444 hitting percentage, which is third all-time at BYU ... named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year, BYU's first since 1999 ... led the league in hitting percentage and ranked sixth in blocks per game with 1.23 while leading BYU in both categories ... was third on the team in kills per game at 2.70 ... totaled 289 kills, 22 assists, 25 aces, 55 digs and 132 blocks on the year ... led BYU in blocks 14 times, hitting percentage 13 times and kills four times while recording one double-double and reaching 20 kills three times and 10 blocks twice ... hit .500 or above in 16 of the Cougars' 29 matches ... selected as the MVP of the Buckeye Classic Tournament after helping BYU defeat then-No. 14 Ohio State with 20 kills on .500 hitting ... named the National Player of the Week by Collegiate Volleyball Update Magazine after recording 19 kills on .720 hitting at New Mexico and a career-high 21 kills on .529 hitting at Air Force while totaling 10 blocks on the weekend ... was named the MWC Player of the Week twice ... only double-double came with 13 kills and 10 blocks against Pepperdine in the NCAA Tournament ... named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VIII Second Team as well as receiving Academic All-MWC accolades ... nominated for the 2006 Cougar Club Memorial award.

2006 | Senior Year

Finished her BYU career ranked fourth all-time in program history in career total blocks (595), career block assists (555) and career block average (1.43) while ranking sixth with her .389 hitting percentage in 2006 ... earned All-MWC honors as a senior after leading the league in hitting percentage and ranking third in blocks per game (1.37) ... her hitting efficiency also ranked 17th in the nation ... season totals included 245 kills, 37 assists, 16 aces, 62 digs and 147 blocks in 107 games and 31 matches ... team co-captain recorded double-digit kills in nine matches and double-digit blocks twice while hitting .500 or above 11 times ... led the team in blocks 17 times and hitting percentage on seven occasions ... earned UCF Fall Invitational All-Tournament honors after hitting .593 for the weekend, including a .833 mark against Stetson ... named to the BYU Molten Classic All-Tournament Team after averaging 2.22 blocks per game over the three matches, including nine blocks in the Cougars' four-game win over then-No. 4 Stanford ... reached double-digit kills for the first time of the season with 12 against Arkansas on .550 hitting ... posted double-digit blocks for the first time in 2006 with 10 rejections against Colorado State, helping the Cougars defeat the Rams at home for the first time since 2000 ... tallied a season-high 16 kills on .625 hitting against New Mexico ... notched a career-high 14 blocks at Wyoming, tying the MWC record for individual block assists in a match set by Cougar Lindsey Metcalf in 2002 ... recorded a career-best 1.000 hitting percentage with seven kills on seven swings at Air Force in the final regular-season match of her career ... named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Third Team, BYU's first Academic All-America honoree since Amy Steele Gant in 1997.