2004--Named to the six-member CoSIDA Academic All-District III Third Team ... one of only three sophomores to be named to the first, second or third teams (18 players) ... MVP Jefferson Cup (9/10-11) ... named 2004 team MVP ... started all 30 matches and appeared in all 112 games ... was second on the team with 354 digs (3.16 per game) and third with 380 kills (3.39 per game) ... led the Cavaliers with 16 double-doubles ... had two streaks of four consecutive double-doubles ... second on team with 23 double figure kills matches and 20 double digit digs outings ... had a 15-match streak of consecutive double digit kills performances broken against Clemson on November 12 (she had nine kills) ... recorded a career-best 22 kills against Wake Forest (10/23) to go along with 16 digs ... also set a career-high with four assists against Pennsylvania (9/11) ... had 23 digs and 10 kills against Duke (9/26) ... also hit .471 with 17 kills and only one error vs. Duke (10/22) ... selected to the 2004-2005 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2003--Was selected to the 2003 ACC All-Freshman Team ... named to the Jefferson Cup All-Tournament Team (9/5-6) and the National Invitational All-Tournament Team (9/19-20) ... was fourth on the team with 303 kills (2.68 per game) and second in digs with 376 (3.33 per game) ... led UVa with 34 service aces and also added 27 assists and 46 blocks ... finished ninth among all ACC players in digs and service aces ... recorded eight double-doubles in kills and digs ... posted 16 double-digit digs matches and 13 matches with double figures in kills ... set a then career-high with 19 kills against Kentucky (9/13) and matched it with 19 kills against North Carolina on November 8 and again on November 21 in the ACC tournament ... set a career-best with 28 digs against the Tar Heels (11/8) and also had 24 digs vs. UNC (11/21) ... tallied three service aces two, including vs. Kentucky (9/13) en route to a career-best 23.5 points ... named to the 2003-2004 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
High School--A three-year volleyball letterwinner at Elkins High School and team captain as a senior ... named first-team All-Texas in 2002-2003 after earning third-team honors in 2001-2002 ... two-time District 20-5A MVP and Rookie of the Year in 2000-2001 ... a 2002-2003 first-team All-Greater Houston selection and a second-team pick in 2001-2002 ... a 2002-2003 Studentsports.com All-American as well as a Fab 50 player ... named in Who's Who Among American High School Students ... earned Duncanville, Pearland and Fort Bend All-Tournament team honors as a senior ... selected as Duncanville and Cy-Fair Tournament MVP as a junior ... named Miss Elkins High School in 2002-2003 ... graduated Magna Cum Laude ... won Academic Excellence Awards all four years ... member of the National Society of High School Scholars (2001-2002 and 2002-2003) ... a Texas Scholar ... member of the National Honor Society and English Honor Society (2001-2002 and 2002-2003) ... won an AP Scholar Award in 2001-2002.
Personal--Daughter of Diane and Robert Osco ... very active member and group leader for Chi Alpha, a religious group on Grounds ... sister (Tammy) graduated from Texas A&M in 2005 and is attending medical school at Texas-Corpus Christi ... born 9/20/84 in Houston, Texas ... majoring in mathematics and economics.
Why Lindsay chose UVa- "The combination of great academic and athletic programs."
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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