Women's Volleyball

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    Tracy Lindquist
    Tracy Lindquist

    Hometown:
    Fountain Valley, Calif.

    High School:
    Ocean View

    Height:
    5-7

    Position:
    S

    Birthdate:
    03/17/1981

    Experience:
    4V

    ? Ranks fourth among USC records with 2766 career assists.

    2002 SENIOR SEASON
    Tracy Lindquist helped lead the Women of Troy to the 2002 NCAA Championship for the first time in 21 years... She played in all 32 matches (107 games) and made three starts... Splitting time at setter with teammate Toni Anderson, Lindquist averaged 6.43 assists per game... The duo led the nation for the majority of the season with 16.29 assists per game... She also averaged 0.14 service aces and 1.94 digs per outing... Her top three performances of the season were all against Stanford... At Stanford on Oct. 4, she collected 34 assists, one kill, one ace and six digs... On Nov. 2 she posted a season-best 35 assists and eight digs... Against the Cardinal for the national championships, she contributed 33 assists and four digs... Tallied a season-high 13 digs at Washington State on Oct. 26... Named Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention... A 2003 Marks Scholar-Athlete.

    2001 JUNIOR SEASON
    Lindquist played in all 29 matches and 100 games as a junior, splitting time at setter and in the backrow... She averaged 5.75 assists per game and, along with teammate Toni Anderson, helped the Trojans lead the Pac-10 in team assists (15.77 apg)... She also averaged 2.28 digs and 0.14 service aces per game... Tied a career high by recording two kills, two attacks and no errors (1.000) against Arizona State (Sept. 28)... Collected a season-high 12 digs in matches against Hawai?i (Sept. 7), UC Santa Barbara (Sept. 18) and Washington State (Nov. 3)... Tallied a season best 36 assists against Stanford (Oct. 12)... Posted a season-high three aces at Washington (Nov. 3)... Named Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention... A 2002 Marks Scholar-Athlete.

    2000 SOPHOMORE SEASON
    With a 6-2 system, Lindquist shared setting duties with Toni Anderson... Played in all 32 matches (105 games) and made five starts... Finished second on the team and 10th in the Pac-10 with 6.78 assists per game... Also averaged 1.89 digs and 0.17 aces per outing... Averaged 6.6 assists per game at the Met-Rx Invitational (Sept. 6-8) and recorded a career-high five service aces against Temple... Starting against Stanford (Oct. 20), she set a career-high with 16 digs in addition to a season-best 39 assists and two kills (.667)... Posted eight digs and 24 assists as a starter against UCLA (Nov. 3)... Added 30 assists and 14 digs against Washington State (Nov. 17) and another 14 digs and 34 assists against Notre Dame (Nov. 24)... Honored as a Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention selection... Played on the beach circuit in the summer of 2001 with her sister, Katie... The pair qualified for three open tournaments.

    1999 FRESHMAN SEASON
    As a freshman, Lindquist shared the starting spot and played in 103 games and all 30 matches... Finished the season 10th in the Pac-10 with a 7.68 assist average... Collected 201 digs, averaging 1.95 per game... In the first three weeks of the season, she started in six of seven matches... Lindquist assumed the backup setter role at the start of the conference season and started in the backrow... Made Pac-10 debut at starting setter against Oregon State (Oct. 17)... Starting against Cal and Stanford (Nov. 5, 6) she collected 62 total assists (10.22 apg) and averaged a .556 attack percentage (6 kills, 9 attacks)... Started against both Oregon (Nov. 12) and Oregon State (Nov. 13), but had her best match against the Beavers with a 14.67 assists per game average and a season-high 59 assists... Added a season-high 15 digs against UC Santa Barbara (Nov. 27)... Started in both NCAA matches, and tied her season-best with 59 assists against Minnesota (Dec. 4)... Named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team... In the summer of 2000, she played in the Pro Seal Beach Open and represented the United States in two-man beach volleyball in Israel.

    HIGH SCHOOL
    Lindquist is a 1999 graduate of Ocean View High in Huntington Beach, Calif... A two-sport athlete in both volleyball and basketball... A two-time All-Golden West Conference MVP, three-time All-CIF first team selection and a two-time All-American... She was selected to Volleyball magazine's Fab 50 in 1999... She helped lead her team to the 1997 California state championship and four consecutive league titles... In 1998, she was named CIF Division III Co-Player of the Year... Played for the Rebels, Magnum, Power and Asics Nova club teams... Former club coach was Rob Machan, USC?s current assistant coach... Named MVP of the gold-medal winning Junior Olympic team in 1996... In 1995 and 1997, her Junior Olympics teams earned silver medals... In 1997, she and beach volleyball partner Chrissie Zartman (UCLA) became the youngest players ever to receive an AAA beach rating... At the time, Lindquist, who was 16, and Zartman, who was 13, won five AAU Junior Beach Championships to earn the ranking... Since then the pair won five Junior Olympic gold medals while representing the United States.

    PERSONAL
    Tracy Lindquist was born on March 17, 1981, in Anaheim, Calif. ... The daughter of Dave and Debbie Lindquist, she has two sisters, Tricia and Katie... Her great grandparents, grandparents, uncle and father all attended USC... Her grandfather, Hobbs Adams, played football for USC from 1923-25 and was the team captain in 1925... Adams was also a member of the baseball team in 1924-26 and the track team in 1926 and he was a USC football assistant coach from 1935-39... Her father, Dave Lindquist, played volleyball (1973), basketball (1970-71) and freshman baseball (1969) for the Trojans... Her sisters were college athletes, as Tricia played basketball at Pepperdine (1993-95) and Katie played volleyball at San Diego (1996-1999)... In her free time she enjoys going to the beach, playing miniature golf, shopping and watching movies... A general studies major, she would like to teach after college and play professional volleyball.