2012 (Junior): After battling through injuries each of her first two seasons, Muller enjoyed her first healthy season in 2012 and was the team's primary designated player. She appeared in 52 contests and started 47 games, also seeing time at first base. In her first start of the year, Muller went 2-for-4 with a double against Eastern Kentucky and followed that up with her first career multi home run game, going 2-for-3 with two solo blasts against East Tennessee State. She picked up a couple hits and plated a pair in the opener of the Missouri Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament against SEMO, and hit a two run homer against Boise State on March 9. She was perfect at the plate in the series opener with Kansas, going 3-for-3 with a double and RBI, and drove in three more runs in the final two games of the series. Against Baylor on March 30, Muller launched her first career grand slam to put the game out of reach. She doubled in a run in Mizzou's seven run seventh inning in game two with Texas and homered in each of the first two games with the Oklahoma State Cowgirls. In the postseason, Muller hit what turned out to be the NCAA Regional championship-winning home run against Illinois State, putting the Tigers up 2-0 at the time. Her seven home runs on the season were a career high and tied her for second-most on the team while she drove in 22, scored 19 times and posted a .418 slugging percentage. Honors: First Team Academic All-Big 12
2011 (Sophomore): Muller fought through an injury-riddled sophomore campaign, appearing in 21 games and earning 15 starts before seeing her season come to an end in late April. She started the team's season opener against San Diego State and went 1-for-3 from the designated player position. A week later, Muller started at pitcher against Temple and went 2-for-4 with her first homer of the season and two RBI. She started at first against Arkansas in early March and drove in a run on her first double of the year in Missouri's 12-0 rout of the Razorbacks. Nine days later, Muller went 1-for-3 with a home run and two runs batted in against Western Michigan. She singled twice and drove in a run in game one with Evansville on April 6. In the circle, Muller appeared in six contests and posted a 2-0 record with five strikeouts. Her first win came against Western Michigan on Feb. 27, throwing two innings of relief while striking out a pair. Her final appearance of the year came on April 20 against Saint Louis, throwing another two innings out of the bullpen and picking up the win in relief. 2010 (Freshman): Muller appeared in 42 games during the season, getting 28 starts in the field and six starts in the circle. Her first career hit came in a pinch hit appearance against No. 4 Michigan at the NFCA Leadoff Classic. Finished off that tournament with a 2-for-4 showing against Virginia Tech while also singling and driving home a run against Louisiana-Lafayette. First start in the circle came against SEMO on March 6, where Muller pitched all five innings in the win while sparking the offense, going 3-for-4 at the plate with two runs, a homer and four RBI. Improved to 4-0 on the year with a victory against Saint Louis on March 31, where she also connected on her first ever grand slam. Went 3-for-3 with three RBI in game one against SIUE on April 13. Hit a pinch hit home run in Mizzou's 14-1 romp over Texas A&M on April 24. Picked up win number five against Iowa State on April 28, throwing five innings while also hitting a home run at the plate. Broke up the scoreless tie against Oklahoma State at Big 12's with a late two-run single. Had the fifth-best ERA in the Big 12 in conference games at 2.72. Blue Valley: A graduate of Blue Valley High School, Lindsey Muller made a name for herself playing first base, outfield and pitching for the Tigers. Muller's team, led by Head Coach Heather Sheppard, were Regional Champions her junior and senior seasons. Individually, Muller was named honorable mention her freshman year, and was awarded first team all-EKL, and All-Sun Pitcher during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons. Muller also participated in the Missouri-Kansas All-Star Game and was selected as the All-Star MVP. She received a total of four varsity letters for softball, as well as four varsity volleyball letters during her high school career.
Personal: Lindsey Muller, pronounced Mole-er, is the daughter of Tim and Netta Muller. The youngest of two, Lindsay has an older sister, Liza. Muller was born May 22, 1991, in Grusham, Neb., and is majoring in Social Work.