2008: One of two transfers on Missouri's 2008 NCAA Regional Champion team, Lindsey Ubrun made 61 starts for the Tigers, 44 of which were at third base. Ubrun closed out her junior campaign with the fourth-best average of her teammates at .313. Making her way into the record books, Ubrun stands third in Missouri's single season home run category with 16 yard balls. Three of Ubrun's 16 home runs came in Missouri's March 12 game against Wichita State making her the first Tiger in program history to hit three homers in a single game. Ubrun drove in seven of Missouri's 13 runs in the game against the Shockers. By the end of the year, Ubrun notched 15 multi-hit and 14 multi-RBI games. Tallying 58 RBI, Ubrun jumped to fifth in the Missouri single season record book and stood second in the league behind senior teammate Amanda Renth (60). Playing in the opening game of the NCAA tournament, Ubrun's eighth inning walk off homer over the left field fence kept Missouri's regional hopes alive. Ubrun wrapped up postseason play with a .357 average and .750 slugging percentage. For her work in the field and at the plate, Ubrun was awarded All-Big 12 honors. Honors: All-Big 12 Second Team.
University of Maryland (2005-07): As a member of the Terrapin softball team, Ubrun was a Second Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) selection her freshman (2006) year and an All-Academic ACC selection her freshman and sophomore (2007) year.
Riverside Poly: A four-year letterwinner with the Riverside Poly Bears softball team, Ubrun saw time at both first and third base. Ubrun was coached by Ed Jones and helped the Bears to a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division I Championship title her junior season (2004). Earning second team all-state honors her senior year (2005) and all-CIF accolades as a junior (2004), Ubrun graduated in 2005 and played club softball with Victory in Garden Grove, Calif.
Personal: Born Dec. 12, 1987, in Riverside, Calif., Lindsey Ubrun is the daughter of Ron and Patty Ubrun and sister of Nick (22). Ubrun is a secondary education major who would like to become a teacher and coach.