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Lindsay Galloway
12   Lindsay Galloway

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Flower Mound, Texas

High School:
Flower Mound HS

Height:
5-6

Position:
Third Base

Experience:
3L

B/T:
R/R


Career at Tulsa -- A three-year letterwinner and starter at third base . . . has played in 166 career games and has started 163 contests . . . has a .243 career batting average, and a career slugging percentage of .367 . . . her 10 career home runs is tied for the seventh most in school history . . . one of five TU players in school history to record over 100 assists in back-to-back seasons as a freshman and sophomore.

Junior (2006) -- Played in 50 games and had 48 starts at third base and one as the designated player . . . possessed a .252 batting average and .319 slugging percentage . . . posted 30 hits and 12 RBI . . . had six multiple hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance against Memphis (3/26) with a pair of RBIs and a run scored . . . was a Conference USA Academic honoree and a NFCA Scholar-Athlete.

Sophomore (2005) -- Played and started in 56 games . . . posted a team-high six home runs, including four game-winning home runs . . . recorded 10 multi-hit games, including a 3-for-3 performance at Wichita State (3/14) . . . had five multi-RBI performances, including three against Louisiana-Monroe (3/4) . . . finished with a career-best .258 batting average, with 39 hits and 21 runs scored . . . posted over 100 assists for the second consecutive year with 101 . . . finished sixth in the WAC in assists and was one of only six players in the league to post over 100 . . . recorded only four errors in 153 chances . . . her .974 fielding percentage was the best for a third baseman at TU . . . was an all-WAC Academic selection.

Freshman (2004) -- Played in 60 games and started 58 contests . . . played 55 games at third base, and also saw action at second base . . . had a .220 batting average with 31 hits and 23 RBI . . . ranked second on the squad with 110 assists . . . hit her first career grand slam and the first for a Tulsa player since 1996, when she hit the round-tripper to beat Fresno State (5/8) . . . recorded eight multiple hit games and had five multiple RBI games . . . ranked eighth in the WAC for assists.

High School -- Was a two-year letterwinner at Flower Mound High School . . . recorded a .289 career batting average and a .330 career on-base percentage with 30 RBIs and 21 runs scored . . . posted a .375 batting average as a senior with four doubles, three triples and seven steals . . . also had a .986 fielding percentage as a senior . . . earned District Defensive Player of the Year honors her senior season . . . was also named to the all-Fort Worth and all-Denton County squads . . . her high school team won district and area titles in 2002 . . . helped lead her club team, Texas Rapid Fire, to a fifth-place finish at the 2002 18-under AFA Nationals . . . was a member of the National Honor Society all three years of high school, along with being named to the Honor Roll twice . . . was also a two-time winner of her school's Outstanding English Student Award.

Personal -- Marketing major . . . born August 10, 1985 . . . daughter of Tim and Sheri Galloway.