Lindsay Biggs

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  • Lindsay
  • Biggs

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  • Height
    5' 11
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  • Hometown
    Midlothian, Va.
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As a senior (2009-10): Named to the ACC Women’s Basektball All-Academic Team ... Led team in three-point field goals all four seasons ... Ended career with 188 treys ... Played and started in 30 games ... Second on the team in scoring ... Hilton Garden Classic Most Valuable Player ... Named to the St. John’s-Chartwells Holiday Classic All-tournament team.

As a junior (2008-09): Played and started all 30 games ... Set career highs with 25 points and seven three-point field goals at No. 12 Maryland ... Second on the team in scoring ... Set school record with 71 three-point field goals during the season ... Second on the team with 65 assists ... Scored in double figures 20 times ... Made at least one trey in 26 games.

As a sophomore (2007-08): Scored a career-high 14 points versus No. 12 Duke ... Dished out a career-high six assists against Furman in the Hokie Hardwood Classic ... Led the team with 32 three-point field goals ... Had first collegiate start against Wofford.

As a freshman (2006-07): Saw action in 34 games ... Led team with 28 three-point baskets ... Tallied a career-high 13 points at No. 2 North Carolina, including a career-best three treys.

Prior to Virginia Tech:
McDonald’s All-America nominee ... Averaged 18 points, eight rebounds and six assists for coach Jerry Gibbs at Manchester High School ... Named first team All-Group AAA by the Associated Press ... First-team Central Region and Dominion District Player of the Year and first-team all-region and all-district ... Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro Player of the Year ... Scored 1,662 career points, the most in school history, while also setting the school standard for career assists ... Had 27 points and 11 rebounds in the state semifinals and averaged 24 points in the postseason ... Led team to a 29-2 record with a 28-game winning streak ... Played for the Chesterfield Aces AAU team coached by Mark Teachey.

Personal: Lindsay Michelle Biggs ... Born 6/13/88 in Richmond, Va. ... Right-handed ... Daughter of Ronald and Tara Biggs ... Enrolled in sociology.