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Lindsay Enders

Lindsay Enders

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Virginia Beach, Va.

High School:
Kempsville HS

Last College:
North Florida Community College

Height:
5-7

Position:
P/1B

Birthdate:
12/18/1982

2004- Became second pitcher in UCF history to win 20 games, joining Dottie Cupp's 2002 campaign... went the distance in 24 of her 27 starts... her 1.59 ERA was the second best in program history, and seventh in the Atlantic Sun Conference... also recorded seven shutouts tying Dottie Cupp's 2003 season for second overall... held opposing batters to a .192 average, good enough for third in the A-Sun... held right-handed batters to a .182 mark... won A-Sun pitcher-of-the-week once (March 8) going 4-0 with a 0.54 ERA for the week... struck out 127 batters, 49 of them looking... primarily a ground ball pitcher getting 301 outs on the ground while getting 120 through the air... started the season with a complete game giving up one run on three hits striking out six against Bethune Cookman (01/27)... also went one-for-three at the plate against the Wildcats... was two-for-three with her first career homer against Cal-Poly (02/20)... pitched her first complete game shut-out against Canisius (02/29) with eight strikeouts... smacked a triple to start seventh inning that turned into game winning run against Loyola (03/02)... threw a one-hitter against St. John's (03/03)... won her fifth straight decision, and improved to 7-2 on the season with a one-hitter against Maine (03/04) recording a career-high nine strikeouts... picked up her tenth win of the season against Pittsburgh (03/13)... went two-for-four with 2 RBI's while recording her 12th win of the season against Jacksonville (03/21)... recorded a no-hitter, and fell a walk along with a hit batter away from a perfect game against Campbell (04/08)... the game against the Camels was her sixth shut-out, and her 15th win of the season... pitched a strong nine innings against Florida State (04/10) giving up only two runs while striking out seven in a loss... went two-for-three with a double in game one against Troy (04/14)... took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, and pitched her seventh shut-out against Mercer (04/18)... threw a season-high 10.1 innings against Florida Atlantic (05/05) giving up only one run on four hits in a loss... picked up her 20th win of the season at the A-Sun tournament in the opening round against Mercer (05/13).

Prior to UCF: Played four years at Kempsville High School...recognized as Virginia Beach Player of the Year in 2000 and 2001...named all-state honorable mention and Kempsville High School Marine Corps Female Athlete of the Year as a senior...attended Daytona Beach Community College for one semester before transferring to North Florida Community College, where she played two seasons for the Lady Sentinels...two-time all-state honoree...named first-team all-conference and all-state in 2002...voted to the Florida Junior College State All-Tournament Team...teammate of fellow Golden Knight Kelly McIntyre...NFCC won the 2003 Panhandle Conference championship, the Gulf Coast Region Championship, and the 2003 state championship...played for Tim Kahill's Virginia Lady Eagles.

Personal: Born Dec. 18, 1982 in Virginia Beach, Va...daughter of John Enders and Debbi Morris...has one sister, Leah Morris.

About Me:
Dream Lunch Companion: Sara Spurr
Dream Car as a Teenager: 1999 Honda Prelude
Car I Drive Now: 1998 Saturn
Favorite CD: Brian McNight "Anytime"
On My Nightstand: Pictures of loved ones
Favorite Food: Chicken Parmasean
Childhood Nickname: Lindsay Lea
TV Show I Stay Home to Watch: "That 70's Show"
Biggest Phobia: Clowns
Favorite Restaurant: Chili's
Clothing I Feel most Comfortable in: Sweats
Possession I would Grab in a Fire: Cell Phone
Dream Vacation: Hawaii
Favorite Movie: Billy Jean
Favorite Book: Number the Stars
Pets: 2 Pugs, Elly and Ema

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