Lindsay Black

Lindsay Black

Player Profile


Littleton, Colorado

High School:
Dakota Ridge HS




GENERAL INFORMATION: An athletic guard who gained some experience in her first season...worked really hard on her strength and shooting in the offseason.

2004-05: Played in 14 games...scored a career-high seven points against Morgan State on 3-of-5 shooting in a career-high 15 minutes...also grabbed a career-high five rebounds against the Lady Bears...hit a career-high two 3-point field goals at Wyoming to help New Mexico win the MWC regular season title...first career point came against Bowling Green and first career rebound was against Missouri.

High School: A 2004 graduate of Dakota Ridge High School...lettered in both volleyball and basketball...named second team All-Jefferson Conference as a freshman and junior and first team All-Jefferson Conference as a sophomore and senior...selected honorable mention all-state as a junior and garnered second team all-state honors as a senior...member of the 2004 Jefferson Conference championship team under head coach Traci Nemechek, going a perfect 10-0 in league...led team to a 21-2 record and advanced to the 2004 Colorado Final Four....named to the Colorado All-State Tournament team in 2004...selected MVP both her junior and senior years at Dakota Ridge...received the 2004 Soaring Eagle Legacy Scholarship from the Dakota Ridge Basketball Association.

Personal: Born Lindsay Allison Black on November 21, 1985, in Englewood, Colorado...daughter of Ellis and Diana Black...has one sister, Jordan...father played basketball at the University of Colorado...member of the Honor Roll sophomore, junior and senior years...hobbies include basketball and volleyball...favorite athlete is Tim Duncan...plans on majoring in Secondary Education.