Fall 2007: Lindsay Geason was shelved due to a back injury and is unlikely to be able to compete in the spring season...She is serving her fourth year as the Bears' player rep to the MSU Student-Athletic Advisory Council.
2006-07: One of the most improved players on the team over the previous two years, Geason played in three fall tournaments after qualifying for two tournaments in her first two seasons combined...She played in the season opener at Iowa, where she tied for 41st...She enjoyed her best collegiate tournament at the ORU Shootout, where she tied for 25th among 75 players by carding 84-76-78--238 and posted the best two rounds of her career...Geason also played at the Shootout at the Legends, shooting 80-86-84--250...In the spring, she shot 85-95--180 to tie for 65th at the Payne Stewart Memorial...For the season, she averaged 85.2 in 11 rounds with two in the 70's.
2005-06:Named the Bears' Most Improved Playerby the coaching staff, Geasonqualified for her first road tournament, the ORU Shootout, where she shot 87-84-88--259...She alsocompeted in the MSU/Payne Stewart Memorial.
2004-05: The Minnesota native playedin her first collegiate tournament, the Payne Stewart Memorial, notching 92-86--178 and tying for 63rd.
High School: Geasonqualified for the state meet as a senior while being named to the all-conference team and her team's Most Valuable Player...Shereceived honorable mention to the all-conference team as a junior member of the Eagles' sixth-place state team...She also lettered two years in basketball.
Personal: Lindsay Helen Geason was born November 8, 1985, in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, the daughter of Chris and Julie Geason...Her younger brother, Kyle, is a freshman on the University of Minnesota baseball team...She is majoring in business.