SAN DIEGO STATE 2006
Appeared in 28 of SDSU's 30 matches, starting on 18 occasions ... Career-high 14 kills vs. TCU on Oct. 29 ... Broke her previous best of 12, also set most recently vs. TCU the previous season ... Finished in double figures in kills in seven matches including three straight vs. TCU, Wyoming and Colorado State (Oct. 29-Nov. 10) ... In those three contests, averaged 3.36 kills while hitting .373 ... Hit .300 or better in eight matches with a high of .524 (13-2-21) vs. Penn on Sept. 15 ... Overall hitting percentage of .249 was best on the squad among non-setters ... Set personal career best with six digs in season opener vs. Cal State Northridge ... Also had a career-best five assists in match at Oregon on Sept. 9 ... Tied career high with seven total blocks vs. Brigham young on Nov. 23, a mark she achieved three times the previously ... Averaged almost a block a game (0.91 bpg) in league play ... Hit .261 in MWC action while averaging 1.85 kills a game.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2005
Continued in role as a middle blocker, starting all 30 of the Aztecs' matches ... Played only in the front row ... Averaged 1.03 blocks per games in all matches and 1.02 bpg in league play ... Was one of only 11 players in the conference to average better than one block per game during the season ... Set career high with seven blocks assists vs. Boise State (Sept. 9) ... The seven total blocks in that match was also a personal best, which she matched in contests vs. San Diego (six solo, one assist) and UNLV (five solo, two assists) ... Four solo blocks at Loyola Marymount (Sept 13) was her best single-match effort as an Aztec ... Had three assists at TCU on Nov. 11 to establish a career high ... Recorded 12 kills in a match twice during the season: vs. Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 7) and vs. TCU (Oct. 16)...Hit .400 or better in eight matches.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2004
Became a starter at middle blocker as a true freshman in 2004 ... Had a season-best 12 kills vs. James Madison on Sept. 11 ... Top single-match hitting percentage of .545 (7-1-11) vs. Air Force on Oct. 16 ... Had an attack percentage of .300 or better in almost half of SDSU's matches (14 of 29) ... Also had personal-best five digs in that contest.
Played three seasons of varsity volleyball at Walla Walla HS ... Coached by former SDSU men's player Digger Graybill ... Career stats include 423 kills, an average of 5.8 per game ... Accumulated a .385 hitting percentage and .511 kill percentage ... Named the 2003 Columbia Basin Big Nine Player of the Year ... Chosen to the 2003 4A all-region and all-state first teams ... Two-time All-Columbia Basin Big Nine first-team selection ... Blue Mountain Sports Award Player of the Year finalist ... Four-year scholar-athlete ... Spent two years as a post position player for the basketball team ... Played four years for the Tri-City Velocity club team.
Lindsey Kay Mahan was born March 6, 1986, in Walla Walla, Wash. ... Daughter of Jeff and Donna Mahan ... Hobbies include photography ... Favorite athlete is NBA basketball player Predrag Stojakovic ... A communications major at SDSU.