#34 Lindsey Levanen
Pos: F
Height: 5-11
Weight:
Year: JR (RS)
Major: Kinesiology & Physical Education
Parents: Lee & Debbie
Birthday: 10/14
Hometown: Battle Ground, WA
High School: Elma

2012-13: Recognized by the staff as one of those “glue” players who helps to hold the team together, she has developed into a very solid player who can produce as a starter or off the bench…will compete for a starting job at power forward or at the post…morphs into a point forward at times where she makes things happen for her teammates…has become an outside threat but also takes opponents off the dribble…she’s at her best near the cylinder where she can score with either hand…does a lot of little things well, taking charges, diving for loose balls, and taking advantageous defensive angles.

2011-12: With injuries taking their toll on the club, the once-valuable reserve moved into the starting line-up over the second half of the season and performed admirably…for the second year in a row, she played double-figure minutes in every game…averaged just over five points per game and just under four rebounds an outing…may have had her finest game of the season on 2/7/12 when she scored a career-high 17 points and pulled down seven rebounds in an 82-64 victory over Concordia…tore down a career-best nine rebounds vs. Simpson in the season opener on 11/4/12.

2010-11: Overcoming preseason injuries that threatened her first collegiate campaign, she developed into an important part of the frontcourt rotation…played double-figure minutes in all 26 games in which she participated…stood out for her solid defense and rebounding…had four or more rebounds seven times, including a season-high seven vs. Pt. Loma Nazarene on 2/12/11…scored a season-best nine points, highlighted by a 7-8 performance from the line, vs. San Diego Christian on 11/23/10.

Elma HS: After transferring for her senior year, she missed the entire season after tearing the ACL in her knee.

Prairie HS: Excelled on Al Aldridge-coached squads that never lost a Greater St. Helen’s Conference game (26-0) during her three years on the team…the Falcons also captured the conference championship each of those years and made as many appearances in the Washington State Tournament…named conference MVP and All-Region 4A Player of the Year as a junior when she averaged nine points per game and 7.2rpg.