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1999-2000 Yellow Jackets

#35 Lindsey Aves

G/F
5-11
So.
Waterloo, Iowa/Waterloo West

GENERAL INFO
Versatile guard who can also play forward … Fundamentally sound …Good off-guard rebounder.

1998-99 (FRESHMAN SEASON)
Appeared in 18 contests, playing her best all-around game at No. 22/23 Virginia on Jan. 14 … Canned two threes and scored a career-high eight points on 3-of-6 shooting against the Cavaliers … Also had two assists in a season-high 20 minutes … Came off the bench to score five points in 13 solid minutes in Tech’s one-point home loss to No. 9/11 Duke on Feb. 7 … Had season-highs with three boards and three blocks in 16 minutes of action against Weber State on Nov. 28 in the championship game of the Georgia Tech/Atlanta Marriott Northwest Classic … Missed the final three games of the season after suffering a broken tailbone in practice on Feb. 17.

PREP
Second-team all-state selection as a senior for Waterloo West High School, which was ranked among the top-25 girls’ basketball teams by USA Today in 1997-98 … First-team all-conference, all-metro and all-district selection … Averaged 10.0 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.7 assists as a senior … Also registered 31 blocks and 61 steals … Became the first girl in school history to start every game during a four-year varsity career … Named her team and county’s most valuable senior … Earned an academic letter for maintaining a 3.4 grade point average … Averaged 9.4 points, 6.0 rebounds, 4.3 steals and 4.3 assists as a junior in 1996-97 in leading Waterloo West to the regional finals and No. 15 ranking by USA Today and a No. 10 ranking from Street and Smith … Named first-team all-metro, all-state honorable mention and second-team all-district as a junior … Team captain her junior and senior years … A second-team all-metro selection as a freshman and sophomore … Second-team all-conference as a sophomore and junior … Quickly picked up golf and lettered as a senior after lettering in track for three years … Competed in every golf match and helped the squad to a 59-4 record, the best mark in school history … Became the first girl in school history to qualify for the state track meet in four events as a sophomore … Ran on the school-record setting indoor shuttle hurdle relay team as a freshman … Named to Who’s Who Among High School Students … Honor roll student … Member of the National Honors Club and French Club as a freshman and sophomore.

PERSONAL DATA
Lindsey Marie Aves was born Feb. 24, 1980 in Waterloo, Iowa … Is the daughter of Tim and Denise Aves … Majoring in management … Engaged in several community service endeavors, including volunteering at the Hartman Reserve Nature Center, the Waterloo Recreation and Arts Center, and the Covenant Medical Center.

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