Explosive athlete that has played both front- and backrow for the Yellow Jackets ... Has proven to be a dynamic and smart outside hitter and has also displayed excellent passing skills ... Possesses a strong jump serve ... Currently stands fourth in the Georgia Tech career annals with an average of 0.35 service aces per game ... Was a member of the Team KC Club that was selected for the Junior National A-2 training team in 2002 ... Attended the USA High Performance camp in 2001 ... Part of a recruiting class which was listed as a "Best of the Rest" by Prepvolleyball.com.
2006: A second-team All-ACC selection ... Named to the Regency Suites Midtown Invitational all-tournament team ... Earned ACC Player of the Week honors Nov. 20 ... Led the Jackets with 53 service aces on the season, which is the sixth-best single-season mark in Georgia Tech history ... Finished second on the team in kills (370) and digs (372) ... Finished fifth in the ACC standings with 0.42 service aces per game ... Recorded double-doubles (kills/digs) in each of the last six matches, and 10 of the last 11, while finishing the season with a team-high 17 double-doubles ... Recorded double-figures in kills and digs on 22 occasions during the season ... Averaged 4.12 kills and 3.52 digs per game in her last 10 matches of the season ... Began the year with double-doubles in each of her first two matches, posting 14 kills and 11 digs vs. Mississippi State (9/1) and 12 kills, 10 digs against Georgia (9/1) ... Also recorded a pair of double-doubles in the University of Kentucky Tournament, with 10 kills and 11 digs vs. Toledo (9/8) and 14 kills, 14 digs vs. Kentucky (9/9) ... Set season-highs in total blocks (5 vs. Toledo) and service aces (6 vs. Kentucky) in that tournament ... Hit a season-best .529 against South Florida, recording 11 kills and just two errors against the Bulls ... Began her season-ending six-match double-double streak with a 25-kills, 20-dig, five-block performance at North Carolina (11/12) and followed that match with an 18-kill, 27-dig match against Clemson (11/14).
2005: Played primarily backrow on the leftside ... Led the Yellow Jackets with 35 service aces on the season, and finished fourth on the team with 205 digs ... Had a strong finish to the season, averaging 2.88 digs per game over the last six matches ... Recorded a career-high 15 digs against North Carolina (11/4) ... Recorded double-figures in digs on eight occasions throughout the season ... Started the last match of the year at Virginia at outside hitter, finishing with 14 kills and 12 digs for her second double-double of the season ... Also tied a career-high with three block assists in the match ... Posted a season-best five service aces in the victory over Georgia State ... Hit a career-high .560 with 15 kills and only one error against Georgia State.
2004: Saw action in 13 matches and 30 games during her rookie campaign ... Top match came against Georgia State when she recorded 17 kills and eight digs while hitting .346 as a starter ... Also had 11 kills while hitting .346 and adding nine digs in a starting role against UCF ... Recorded a season-high nine digs against Tennessee Tech and UCF ... Had a season-best two service aces against the Knights ... Notched three block assists against UCF.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Olathe East High School as an outside hitter ... Also earned three letters in softball as a first baseman ... Helped Olathe East to the softball state championship in 2001 and the volleyball sub-state championship in 2002 ... Set the school record for kills in a season, with 423 in 2002 ... Also holds the Olathe East career mark, with 1,026 kills ... Participated in the MO-KAN all-Star game ... Named the Olathe Player of the Year in 2002 and first-team all-Johnson County in 2002 and 2003 ... Tabbed to the Kansas City Star all-Metro teams in 2002 and 2003 after earning all-state honors both seasons ... Earned softball all-conference honors in 2001 and 2002 ... An excellent student who was named to the Principal's Honor Roll each year of high school ... Received the Army female athlete award in 2004.
Personal: Lindsey Rochelle Gray is the daughter of Richard and Sharon Gray ... Born October 20, 1985 ... Has two younger sisters, Jordan and Elena ... A management major at Georgia Tech.
GRAY'S CAREER STATISTICS