Earned All-Big West Conference second team honors...Awarded Big West Player of the Week February 17...Also garnered Big West Pitcher of the Week honors for the week April 5...Led the Big West and set the UCSB single season home run record with ten...Was second in the Big West in RBI with 35 and seventh in slugging percentage at .497, leading the team in both categories...Led the Gauchos in walks with 33...Her .361 on base percentage was second best on the team...Was fourth in runs scored (22) and sixth in hits (40)...On the mound, she led the squad with an ERA of 2.75...Made 16 appearances, starting nine games and finishing with a 7-2 record...Pitched a complete game in four of her nine starts...Went 2-for-3 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored on February 1 against Illinois-Chicago...Hit a grand slam in a 6-5 win over Cal State Fullerton (5/15)...Her four RBI tied the Gaucho season high...Went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored at Nevada (3/23)...Pitched a complete game, allowing one run on four hits and striking out three in an 8-1 win against Portland State (3/27)...Followed that win with victories in her next two starts...Allowed no runs on two hits in seven complete innings of work in a 7-0 victory at UC Riverside (4/18).
Named First Team All-Big 12 and NFCA Second Team All-Midwest Region as a freshman at Iowa State...Also claimed the Big 12 batting title in her freshman season...Set the Iowa State's single season home run record in 2002 with 11.
Four-time team Most Valuable Player at Coalinga High School under coaches Andrew Wagoner and Jason McFarlin...Named the North Sequoia League's MVP as a sophomore, junior, and senior...Helped the Horned Toads to the North Sequoia League title all four seasons and the CIF Central Valley Sectional title in 2000...Holds Coalinga's single season strikeout record with 220...Also competed in volleyball and basketball for the Horned Toads, earning the North Sequoia League's defensive player of the year honors in basketball as a senior.
Played for the Fresno Force, Fresno Faith and Valley Ice travel squads.
Lindsey Michelle Herrin was born January 28, 1983 in Hanford, CA...Business economics major at UCSB...Would like to become a chiropractor upon graduation...Graduated from Coalinga HS in the top ten percent of her class...Roots for San Francisco's Giants and 49ers...Her favorite athlete is Roger Clemens ...Regards the infamous "Fan Interference" incident at Wrigley Field in the NLCS as her most memorable sporting moment...Enjoys watching "Seinfeld"...Her favorite movie is "Tombstone"...Can be found reading "Shape" magazine...Nicknamed "Lindz"...Has two older brothers, Dustin and Chuck...Daughter of Chuck and Cynthia Herrin.