14 - Lindsay Haupt|
|Previous School:||Etna HS|
A first team all-Big Sky selection for the second straight year...also named the Big Sky Tournament MVP for the second consecutive year...averaged 3.07 kills and 1.50 blocks per game (26th in the nation) to go along with a .335 hitting percentage...among Big Sky leaders, she was tied for first in hitting percentage (with teammate Michelle Franz) and ranked second in blocks...named Big Sky Player of the Week on two occasions...against league competition, she dominated with 3.20 kills per game and a league-high .375 hitting percentage...hit at least .348 in 16 of her final 19 matches of the season and hit .380 over that span...had double figures in kills a career-high 24 times...that included a streak of at least 11 kills in 13 of her last 17 contests...her career total of 432 blocks already ranks seventh in school history and her .319 hitting percentage ranks seventh as well...had 11 kills, a .579 hitting percentage and 10 blocks against Syracuse despite the match lasting just three games...started all 36 matches and played in all 123 games...hit a career-high .647 (12-1-17) against Montana...finished with 14 kills and 10 blocks in the Big Sky Tournament championship match against Eastern Washington.
Named both the Big Sky Conference Most Valuable Player, and MVP of the Big Sky Tournament...became the first player in Big Sky history to earn the MVP award as an underclassman, and the first middle hitter to earn MVP honors since former Hornet Tasman Dwyer won the award in 2001...became the fifth Sacramento State player to earn MVP honors, joining Jill Haas (1996), Maureen Rafferty (1999), Dwyer and Lisa Beauchene (2003)...averaged 2.92 kills and a conference-best 1.54 blocks per game...the blocks per game tied her for the 19th-best mark in the nation...named Big Sky Player of the Week on two occasions (Oct. 24, Oct. 31)...against conference competition, she raised her numbers to 3.00 kills and 1.84 blocks per game to go along with a conference-best .375 hitting percentage...recorded at least a .290 hitting percentage in 16-consecutive matches (Oct. 1-Nov. 26)...Sacramento State was 18-2 when Haupt hit at least .300 in a match...had at least 11 blocks in a match on three occasions, including a career-high 13 against Portland State on Oct. 29...the 13 blocks tied her for the third-best mark in Sacramento State Div. I history (1991-pres.)...after tallying four matches with double figures in kills as a freshman, she increased that number to 23 as a sophomore...including a career-high 18 kills at Pacific...tallied at least 10 kills in 14 of the Hornets’ final 16 regular season matches...named Big Sky All-Academic.
Named the Big Sky Conference’s Outstanding Freshman, becoming the first Hornet to achieve the award since the 1996 season (Maureen Rafferty)...second on Sacramento State with a .293 hitting percentage while also averaging 1.80 kills and 0.84 blocks per game...tallied double figures in kills on four occasions, including a season-high 14 against Montana...in Sacramento State’s three-game sweep of Pacific, she tallied 12 kills, four blocks and a .579 hitting percentage (12-1-19)...the Hornets went 9-1 in matches where Haupt hit at least .400...during a four-match span from Oct. 19-28 (all Hornet victories), she averaged 3.25 kills per game to go along with a .500 hitting percentage (39-5-68)...had a season-high .636 hitting percentage (seven kills without an error in 11 attempts) against Colgate...Sacramento State went 4-0 in matches where she tallied double figures in kills...had a season-high seven blocks at Weber State...through Haupt’s first 15 matches of the season, she was hitting .259...however, over her final 16 matches of the season, Haupt hit .313 (87-26-195).
A 2004 graduate of Etna High School in California...played four years of both softball and volleyball (outside and middle hitter)...led the Lions to the state quarterfinals and a pair of Shasta Cascade League championships in 2002 and 2003...named league MVP as a senior after tallying 340 kills, 178 digs, 112 blocks, 52 aces and a .349 hitting percentage...also received 2004 Siskiyous County Female Athlete of the Year honors...in softball, she was named all-league and team MVP in 2003.
Born Sept. 29, 1986...parents are Ray and Patricia Haupt...a biology major with a 3.58 gpa...touches 10 feet, one inch on the jump test, the highest mark ever posted by a Hornet...played two years of club volleyball for the Shasta Creations as the team’s middle hitter...on that team, she was teammates with current Hornet Jennifer Ferguson...brother, Ben Haupt, played four years of football for Humboldt State (1999-02).