Lyndsey Adams
Lyndsey Adams


Joplin, Mo.

High School:
McAuley Catholic High

Last College:
University of Missouri



Fall 2007: Lyndsey Adams averaged 77.50 in four tournaments for the Bears, good for second on the team and ninth in the conference...Her best outing was the season opener at the Chip-N-Club Invitational, where she placed 12th after carding 75-73-79--227...Ten of her 12 rounds were in the 70's with a season-low 72 in the final round of the LPGA International/Xavier Invitational, where she shot 79-76-72--227 and tied for 13th...Adams finished 17th overall, second on the team, at the ORU Shootout with 78-79-79--236...She finished in the Bears' top three at every tournament and led the way at the Chip-N-Club.

2006-07: After transferring from Missouri, Adams stepped in and made an immediate impact for the Bears, finishing third on the team with a 77.8 scoring average...She played in every tournament when healthy, but missed three spring tournaments due to an injury...She opened the season by placing 12th at the Hawkeye Intercollegiate and then followed with a tie for 18th at the Chip-N-Club Invitational...The lefthander hit her stride in the final three fall tournaments, averaging 76.1 in her last eight rounds, including seven in the 70's and a school-record and career-best 68 in the final round at the Shootout at the Legends...Adams finished fifth at the Legends, three shots off the pace, with 77-73-68--218, tying her with teammate Missy Linnens for the best 54-hole score in school history...She and Linnens were named Missouri Valley Conference Players of the Week, Oct. 11 following the Shootout at the Legends... Adams' best finish was a tie for third in the MVC Preview, shooting 74-80--154...Boosted by a final-round 74, she placed 23rd at the ORU Shootout with 78-85-74--237...She opened the spring by shooting 76-79-76--231 at the Islander Spring Classic, but then missed the next two meets with an arm injury... She returned to action at the UALR/North Texas Classic, but was forced to withdraw after re-aggravating the injury...Then after sitting out the Payne Stewart Memorial, she returned to action at the MVC Championship, where she tied for 12th after shooting 79-76-77--232.

2005-06 (at Missouri): Adams averaged 78.0 intwoevents in the fall, shooting77-83-79--239 in the season-opening Badger Invitational and then a tie for 35th at the Shootout at the Legends by posting 76-77-76--229.

2004-05 (at Missouri): She played in one event, butlater received a medical redshirt.

2003-04 (at Missouri): Adams opened her career in outstanding fashion, finishing in a tie for 12th at the Illinois State Redbird Classic with a 232 total...She played in three tournaments for the Tigers during the fall as a freshman,averaging 79.0...She fired a 244 at the Mason Rudolph Championships and 235 at the Las Vegas Shootout...Adams played in five of theteam's six spring tournaments, registering her best finish at the Baylor-Tapatio Springs Shootout, finishing 38th with a total of 238...She opened the Big 12 Championships with a solid 75 (her best round of the spring)...She recorded an 80.3 overall stroke average for the season.

High School: Adams was a four-time all-state and all-district player at McAuley Catholic High School...She improved from 34th in the state championships as a freshman, to 14th as a sophomore to sixth as a junior to third as a senior...She shot a 73 en route to the 2003 Missouri Women's Golf AssociationJunior Girls Championship and qualified for the 2003 USGA Women's Amateur...Adams was named the Missouri Secret Sports Girl of the Year, an award that is sponsored by the Women's Sports Foundation...She also excelled in basketball, earning all-conference second team honors and all-area honorable mention honors her senior year.

Personal: Lyndsey Nicole Adams was born March 3, 1985, in Joplin, Missouri...She is majoring in criminology andwould ultimately like to work for the CIA or FBI...Her younger sister, Margaret, was theMissouri State High School Class 1 co-medalist this past fall...Her mother, Rebecca, was her high school golf coach and her father, Doug, is a golf professional.

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