UC SANTA BARBARA
Made 11 appearances in the circle for the Gauchos and started eight contests...Recorded a 2.61 ERA - second on the team - and posted a 3-1 record...Two of her three wins were shutouts...First shutout came in a 6-0 victory over Cal State Bakersfield (Mar. 1)...Second shutout helped UCSB complete a three-game sweep over UC Davis (May 2)...Struck-out a season-high nine batters in a 10-1 victory over Tennessee Tech (Feb. 20)...Posted a league-leading 0.94 ERA in Big West play...Tallied 19 strikeouts and allowed just eight extra-base hits during the season.
Started 19 games and made 24 appearances during her sophomore campaign...Posted an 11-7 overall record with a 3.80 ERA and collected a 3-2 mark in Big West play...Her total wins were tied for eighth - with teammate Tami Weston - among Big West pitchers...She ranked seventh in conference for fewest hits allowed (117) and ninth for fewest runs (69)...Led the team with 87 strikeouts and three shutouts...First shutout was a 5-0 win over Indiana (Feb. 16) in which she just allowed two hits and posted a season-high eight strikeouts...Posted a 3-0 shutout over St. John's (Feb. 23) and a 7-0 shutout against Cal State Bakersfield (Mar. 26)...Tied her season-high of eight K's in contest against then-ranked No. 1 UCLA (Mar. 25)...Had a team-low opponent's batting average of .258.
Started nine games and made 10 appearances in her first year as a Gaucho, recording a 5-1 record...Posted a 3.95 ERA in 44.1 innings of work...Helped UCSB to an 8-6 win over No. 23 Massachusetts in her first collegiate appearance on Feb. 9...Pitched the lone no-hitter of the season in a five-inning mercy win over Northern Colorado (Feb. 17)...Posted back-to-back 4-0 wins over Santa Clara (Feb. 25) and Utah Valley State (Mar. 3)...Fanned 24 batters and had an opponent batting average of .238.
Pitched at El Toro High School under the tutelage of coach Jim Daugherty...Named the 2006 South Coast League MVP...In 2005 and 2006, she captured First Team All-South Coast League, First Team All-County, and First Team All-Division honors...Was named to the first team at the Michelle Carew Classic Tournament for leading her team to a third place finish and earned MVP honors at the Woodbridge Tournament after the Chargers finished first...Recipient of the Charger Excellence Award...Was named El Toro's Female Athlete of the Year in 2005 and 2006...Led her team to the South Coast League Championships in 2003, 2005 and 2006...Helped her team to a fourth place finish at the Tournament of Champions in Bullhead City, Ariz...The Chargers finished her senior season ranked first in Orange County, second in California, and eighth in the nation...Also competed in volleyball.
Played for American Athletics...Helped her team to a first place finish at the 18U SoCal State Championship in 2006 and a third place finish in 2005...Team took first place at the 16U SoCal State Championship in 2004.
Lindsey Jeanine Correa was born on Mar. 9, 1988 in Mission Viejo, Calif...Parents are Lee Ann Hutchings and Dirk Correa...Is a communication major at UCSB and is minoring in sports management...Aspires to work with a professional sports team in public or media relations...Has one older sister named Lauren...If she didn't play softball, soccer would be her sport of choice...Names Troy Polamalu, Torii Hunter and Kobe Bryant as her favorite athletes...Cheers for the Steelers, Angles and Lakers...Names "Tombstone" as her favorite movie while "Nip/Tuck" and "Tool Academy" are her favorite TV shows...Favorite author is Chelsea Handler.