#32 Megan Lindsley
Pos: G
Height: 5-8
Year: SR
Major: Liberal Studies
Parents: Jeff & Cory
Birthday: March 24
Hometown: Vancouver, WA
High School: Prairie
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2016-17:  Ready for a huge senior year, she’s one of the nation’s premier wings with the game to prove it…has an established reputation as an outside sharpshooter but her ever-evolving game displays a slashing element to the basket off the dribble…possesses a killer instinct, especially when the game is on the line…a dedicated student of the game, she has developed into a solid leader and has been named one of the team’s captains…runs the court well and will be a target in transition…very efficient with her shot selection…a dead-eye from the free-throw line, she enters her senior campaign as the program’s all-time leader in free throw percentage (84%)…a hard-nosed athlete, she plays good position defense and understands angles and rotations…continuing to move up the career charts, she should crack the top ten in scoring, field goals made, three-point field goals made, and assists by the time she's done.  

2015-16:  One of the GSAC’s top outside threats continued to ply her trade from long distance while adding a slashing dribble-drive game to her repertoire…earned All-GSAC and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention kudos for the second year in a row…finished second on the team and 10th in the GSAC in scoring (12.3ppg)……scored in double figures 21 times…became the 14th player in program history to score 1000 points when she went for 20 against Vanguard on 2/16/16…went 12-12 from the free throw line and tallied a career-high 26 points at Hope International on 1/14/16…her 82.9% mark from the charity stripe was good for third in the GSAC and was the third-highest single-season mark in program history…sank 39 three-pointers…drained a season-best four treys at Biola on 2/9/16…dished out a season-high six assists at San Diego Christian on 2/27/16.   

2014-15:  In just her second season, the sharpshooting wing enthusiastically accepted the role of primary scoring option and put together an outstanding season capped by All-GSAC and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention accolades…paced the team in scoring and posted 16 double-figure efforts, including five games with 20 points or more…drained a season-high six three-pointers en route to a career-high 25 points vs. La Sierra on 12/6/14…shot 47.5% from the field (seventh in the GSAC) and 80.3% from the line…was second on the team in assists, dishing out a season-high five against Southwestern Christian (OK) on 12/31/14.

2013-14:  Inserted into the line-up following an injury to a teammate, the freshman sharpshooter gave the team another lethal threat, knocking down three-pointers with regularity…tied for second on the team in three-pointers, she hit a sparkling 42% from behind the arc, the third-best mark in the GSAC…drained five trifectas in a game twice, against La Sierra on 1/9/14 and Vanguard on 2/25/14…one of two Mustangs to finish in double-figure scoring, she was No. 15 in the GSAC…hit in double figures 18 times, including a season-high 26 points vs. Hope International on 3/1/14…also scored 24 points vs. Arizona Christian on 2/8/14…although she didn’t have enough attempts to qualify for a spot in the GSAC free throw percentage top ten, she converted just shy of 90% of  her attempts.

Prairie HS:  A four-year varsity performer, she started three years for the Falcons and was an integral part of squads that won four consecutive District 4 titles and played in the state tournament each of those seasons…came off the bench as a freshman to average nine points per game as the Falcons made it to the Class 3A Sweet Sixteen…earned a starting job a year later, averaged 12ppg, and led the squad to a runner-up spot in the state tournament…as a junior, she led the Falcons to a state championship and was an all-Greater St. Helens League selection for the third year in a row after averaging 14ppg…capped off a sparkling prep career in 2012-13 when she averaged 15ppg, paced the Falcons to another Sweet Sixteen appearance, earned all-league honors again, and was a first-team all-region choice.