2004: Played in 14 matches and 29 games as a true freshman...ranked sixth on the team in digs per game (2.31) and eighth in digs (67)...primarily used as a defensive reserve, but did start a pair of matches as the team's libero...had five or more digs on six occasions, including a pair of double-digit dig performances and a career-best 14 at UNO (10/19)...posted a pair of service aces in the season-opener vs. Prairie View A&M (9/1) and her lone kill of the season came vs. Fordham (9/11) at the Arizona State/Tempe Buttes Invitational...named to Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane's 3.0 Club.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Tampa Prep for coach Paul McAdo...posted 776 digs and 79 aces for her career...helped the Terrapins to a combined 67-25 record, including a 28-4 mark as a sophomore when the squad won the state 2A championship and finished the year ranked 25th in the nation...as a senior, tallied 291 digs and 32 aces in 93 games, helping Tampa Prep win the District 11-2A title and advancing to the Region 3 Class 2A finals...named to Tampa Bay Invitational All-Tournament Team as a senior, and claimed a spot on the All-Bay Conference squad as a junior...also lettered three times in tennis and competed in gymnastics for 10 years...off the court, was a member of the National Honor Society, Quill & Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists, Key Club and TADD (Terrapins Against Destructive Decisions), and served as associate editor in chief of the yearbook...was a four-time member of the Honor Roll and received the Sewanee Book Award for excellence in writing.
Club: Played six years for Tampa Bay Juniors, playing on the No. 1 team in her age division each season...helped lead the club to a fifth-place finish in the Open Junior Olympics in 2003, a regional championship in 2002 and the Club Junior Olympics in 2001...17 Black team ranked 20th in the nation by prepvolleyball.com.
Personal: Born Lindsey Elizabeth Karlin on Dec. 13, 1985 in Boynton Beach, Fla...daughter of Allen and Miriam Williams...undecided on major.