Lady Techsters wrap up regular season this weekend
Duran, Godwin lead Tech at the plate
Tufi leads charge in games
A total of 124 Tech athletes earned the academic honor
Lady Techsters only half game out of first place in CUSA West
2015: Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Saw action in 35 games, making four starts on the year ... Registered a .294 batting average with five hits in 17 at bats ... Three of her five hits were doubles ... Scored 13 runs and recorded one RBI ... Was 3-of-4 in stolen base attempts ... had doubles in wins over Grambling State (twice) and Southeastern Louisiana ... Was 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored in win over Grambling State ...
2014: Saw action in 42 games, making four starts ... Started one game in LF and three as the DP ... Was 2-of-12 at the plate ... Scored 13 runs on the year ... Was a perfect 3-of-3 in stolen bases ... Recorded her first hit as a Lady Techster in a home win over Grambling State on Feb. 19 ... Also recorded a hit and scored a run in a road loss at Northwestern State ...
UCF: Saw action in 34 games for UCF ... Collected one hit in seven at bats ... Scored eight runs ... Was 4-of-5 in stolen base attempts ...
High School: Lettered six years at Evangel Christian Academy for coach Sher Mueller ... Helped lead the Eagles to three straight state titles in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... Also led ECA to the state championship game in 2012 ... Won the district title all six years she competed on varsity ... Named all-district at shortstop six straight years ... Was the district MVP as a junior when she batted .444 with 44 runs scored and 25 stolen bases ... Named to the Shreveport Times All-City team in 2010, 2011 and 2012 ... Named all-state her final three years in high school ... Named second team all-American by the NFCA in 2012 ... Named Player of the Year in 2012 by the Shreveport Times ... Named first team all-region in 2012 and second team all-region in 2011 by the NFCA ... Earned the National Scholar Athlete Award as a senior granted by the US Army Reserve for academic and athletic excellence ... Named Academic All-State ... Participated for the West Team in the 2012 Louisiana High School All-Star game ... Finished her high school career ranked in the ECA record books in at bats (No. 1 with 517), runs scored (No. 1 with 184), hits (No. 2 with 183), stolen bases (No.2 with 77), sac bunts (No. 4 with 20), batting average (No. 6 at.361) and on-base percentage (No. 8 at.452) ...
Personal: Full name is Lindsey Taylor Neyland ... Daughter of Chuck Neyland ... Has one brother, Trey ... Born Dec. 29, 1993 in Barrington, Illinois.