1 Lindsey Bashor
1 Lindsey Bashor
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Riverside, CA
High School: Santiago HS
Previous College: University of Iowa
Position: OF
Experience: 1V


2004 (JUNIOR): Earned All-Big West Conference second team honors after hitting .277 with nine home runs and 27 RBI • finished second on team team in hitting and led the club in home runs, RBI, runs scored (25), and walks (27) • one of five Titans to start all 52 games • finished sixth in the Big West in slugging (.500), 10th in on-base percentage (.386), tied for third in walks, and fourth in home runs • had a season-best three hits (including two home runs) in a win over Texas (Feb. 13) • also had a season best four RBI against the Longhorns • had 10 outfield assists and finished tied for second on the team in fielding percentage (.967).


2003 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 49 games for the Hawkeyes, helping Iowa to a 44-15 overall record and a 13-4 mark in the Big Ten, claiming the regular season title • All-Big Ten Second Team honoree • Hawkeyes went on to win the Big Ten Tournament championship to earn a berth in the NCAA regionals, where Iowa reached the championship game in Lincoln, Nebraska, before falling to Washington • hit .323 overall with four home runs and 25 RBI • also had eight doubles and a pair of triples • stole five bases in seven attempts.

2002 (FRESHMAN): Started 54 games (mostly in centerfield) for the Hawkeyes, helping the team to a 36-20 record and a 12-4 mark in the Big Ten for a third-place finish • hit first career home run against Tennessee • had nine multiple hit games • made only one error in 57 chances in centerfield (.982) • had four outfield assists • hit .269 with 23 runs scored, six doubles and three home runs • had 15 RBI and four stolen bases.


Four-time all-county, all-league and All-CIF for Santiago HS in Corona, Calif. • named league's Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2001 • led team to a CIF title in 1998 as well as Sunkist League crowns in 1998 and 2001 • set school record for most extra base hits in a season as a freshman and the broke her own record as a junior • tied her sister, Jessica, for the school's home run record as a junior • finished her career with a .337 average.


Born May 26, 1983, in Riverside, Calif. • parents are John and Valorie Bashor.

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