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2013-14 • SOPHOMORE
Stats & Trends
Moved into the rotation for good on February 15, and solidified his presence with a big game at UNLV in a Lobo win • played in 20 games, including each of the final 12 • averaged 0.6 points and 1.2 rebounds.

Single Game Highlights
Played four minutes in the opener against Alabama A&M, grabbing a rebound • scored his first UNM points on a short runner against Davidson • saw action in acareer-nest six minutes against San Diego • played one minute in the first half against New Mexico State • recorded a basket and his first UNM blocked shot against Grand Canyon • provided a spark off the bench for UNM at Utah State in his first conference minutes, recording a pair of defensive rebounds • grabbed a season-high tying two boards against San Jose State • had his first career assist against Nevada • had career-highs across the board in minutes (22), points (3), rebounds (3) and assists (2) as he led UNM’s bench in minutes and scoring against UNLV after UNM’s starters got into major foul trouble • recorded a career-high four rebounds in eight minutes of action against Utah State • recorded his first dunk of the season at Nevada accounting for his points at Nevada • tied a career-high with four rebounds and an block against Air Force, with his first steal • threw dunk a tasty dunk at the end of the game between UNM and Fresno State • grabbed three rebounds in the NCAA Tournament against Stanford

Averaged 1.0 points and 3.3 rebounds per game for the Lobos over the three-game tour.

A transfer from the University of Kansas that sat out the 2012-13 season due to NCAA transfer regulations.

2012-13 • SOPHOMORE
Sat out the season as a redshirt.

Played in 12 games for Kansas in 2011-12, averaging 0.9 points per game • shot well from the field, going 5-for-9 • had a season-high of nine points against Howard.

Lettered for four years at Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley • Averaged 15.0 points, 10.2 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game in 2010-11 during his senior year • The Cougars, coached by Jeff Stovall, went 17-12 in 2010-11 and won the Inland Valley League championship • Was named to the all-league basketball first team his sophomore, junior and senior seasons • Was an all-county second team selection in 2009-10 • Earned the Varsity Basketball Coaches Award his senior season • Also played football his freshman year in high school • Four-year member of the academic honor roll at Canyon Springs HS and had a 4.0 grade point average his senior year • A member of the National Honor Society his senior year.

His parents are Mervyn and Tyra Lindsay • has a sister Ashley, who played basketball at the University of Albany • his birthday is August 7, 1993 • is majoring in business.


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