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Lindsey Norman
Lindsey Norman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Glendale, Ariz.

High School:
Apollo

Height:
5-10

Position:
Outside Hitter

Birthdate:
02/18/1983

Experience:
3L

Major:
Marketing


2003: Played in all 32 matches and 116 games in a full-time starting roll as a junior...finished second on the team in digs (400) and digs per game (3.53), tied for third in aces (29) and fourth in both kills (258) and kills per game (2.22)...ranked fifth in Conference USA in digs, and sixth in digs per game...posted double-digit kill totals nine times, including a season-best 14 vs. New Orleans (9/6) in the NOKIA Sugar Bowl Classic...tallied double-digit dig totals on 22 occasions, including a career-best 22 vs. Memphis (11/22) in the C-USA Tournament...recorded five double-doubles, including a 12-kill, 22-dig showing vs. Memphis in the league championship...had six multiple-ace matches and 11 multiple-block outings, including a career-best five stuffs vs. Marquette (10/17)...named to the all-tournament team at the Green Wave/Radisson Invitational after averaging 3.23 digs and 1.77 kills in Tulane's 3-0 run...named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2002: Valuable reserve played in 29 matches and 74 games as a sophomore...averaged 0.65 kills per game and 1.85 digs per game...tallied four-or-more kills on four occasions, including a career-high eight at South Alabama (9/10)...came off the bench to spark a victory over UAB (10/12) with seven kills, three aces and three digs...also provided the Green Wave with a spark at Marquette (10/19) when she came in during game two and finished the contest with a career-high five aces...tallied double-digit dig totals on five occasions, including a season-best 12 vs. Louisiana Tech (9/7) in the NOKIA Sugar Bowl Classic and again vs. Illinois-Chicago (9/20) in the Badger Invitational...named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and the Dean's List.

2001: Played in 95 games and all 30 matches as a true freshman...primarily a back-row player, tallied double-digit dig totals on five occasions, including a season-high 14 vs. Marquette (10/19)...had three multiple-kill performances, including a season-best four at Jackson State (9/4)...also recorded three multiple-ace matches, including a personal-best five against UNO (8/31) in her first collegiate contest...totaled five block assists vs. Coastal Carolina (9/7) in the Kathy Trosclair Memorial Classic...named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane's 3.0 Club.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Apollo High for coach Steve Silvernail...helped the Hawks win back-to-back state titles as a junior and senior, and earned first-team All-Skyline Region honors her final three prep seasons...earned Player of the Year honors from Glendale Star as a sophomore in 1998 and again as a senior in 2000...also named Skyline Region Player of the year as a sophomore and senior, and garnered Arizona Republic All-Community Team distinction her final two years as a prepster...as a senior, named second-team all-state after garnering honorable-mention all-state recognition as a junior...also lettered twice in softball where she helped Apollo win the Skyline Regional Championship in 1998 and 1999, and lettered once in soccer where she helped the team win the region title in 1998...off the court, was member of the National Honor Society, Society of Female Scholars and Student Council...four-year member of the Honor Roll and served as freshman class president in 1997-98...served on the school's yearbook staff three years, including as the publication's editor as a senior...received the Apollo Student-Athlete Award all four years.

Club: Played club volleyball for Arizona Juniors from 1999-2001... helped the team finish fifth in the nation at the National Junior Olympics in 2001.

Personal: Born Lindsey Catherine Norman on Feb. 18, 1983 in Phoenix, Ariz...daughter of Jim and Janie Norman...has two brothers: Bobby and Erik; one sister, Suzie...father, Jim, played football at Stanford and University of Arizona...uncle, Charles LaBenz, was a track standout at Arizona State where he is a member of the school's athletic Hall of Fame...chose Tulane over Wyoming and Duquesne...majoring in marketing.