Lindsay Montemarano 18
Lindsay  Montemarano

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Seaford, N.Y.

High School:
Seaford

Height:
5-3

Position:
IF


05/28/2016

Kornacki: Montemarano Flashes Power, Leather and a Smile

Kornacki: Montemarano Flashes Power, Leather and a Smile

05/11/2016

Romero, Betsa Lead Michigan's Dominance of All-Big Ten Awards

Romero, Betsa Lead Softball's Dominance of All-Big Ten Awards

03/31/2016

Wolverine Spotlight Q&A: Lindsay Montemarano

Softball Spotlight Q&A: Lindsay Montemarano

03/28/2016

Montemarano Tabbed Big Ten Co-Player of the Week

Softball's Montemarano Tabbed Big Ten Co-Player of the Week

05/15/2015

Kornacki: 'Monte Pizza' Sparks Wolverines in NCAA Tourney Opener

Kornacki: 'Monte Pizza' Sparks Softball in NCAA Tourney Opener

At Michigan
• All-Big Ten second team (2016)
• Big Ten All-Defensive team (2016)
• Big Ten All-Tournament team (2014)

Junior (2016)
• All-Big Ten second team (third base)
• Big Ten All-Defensive Team
• Appeared in 53 games, starting 51 at third base
• Established career bests in batting average (.323), runs (41), hits (40), RBI (41), home runs (10), slugging percentage (.653) and on-base percentage (.459)
• Recorded eight multi-hit and 12 multi-RBI games
• Batted .449 in home games at Alumni Field, boasting a .939 slugging percentage and 5.65 on-base percentage
• Posted a nine-game hitting streak in postseason from May 14-June 4
• Knocked out a home run in each game of the NCAA Super Regional vs. #13 Missouri (May 28-29), going 3-for-4 with four RBI in the series
• Posted five hits, five runs, two homers and eight RBI in Indiana series (April 1-3)
• Named Big Ten Player of the Week after going .750 (6-for-8) over a four-game stretch vs. Western Michigan (March 22) and Northwestern (March 25-27) with a 2.000 slugging percentage and .846 on-base percentage
• Tallied a double and three home runs in the Northwestern series, including two in the finale; also drew five walks -- a career-high four in the opener -- to reach base in all but one plate appearance in the series • Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and three RBI vs. Eastern Michigan (March 16)
• Homered in back-to-back games vs. #9 Washington and Long Beach State (Feb. 28) for first two hits of the season

Sophomore (2015)
• Appeared in 60 games, starting 56 at third base
• Posted career highs in most offensive categories, including batting average (.242), runs (33), hits (32) and RBI (22)
• Went 2-for-2 with double and a run scored vs. #8 LSU in WCWS semifinals (May 31)
• Posted two sac flies vs. #7 UCLA in WCWS play (May 29)
• Went 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored in NCAA Regional opener vs. Oakland (May 15)
• Scored a career-best three runs as part of a 2-for-3 effort vs. Penn State in Big Ten Tournament (May 8)
• Tallied two RBI in back-to-back games vs. Penn State in final regular-season weekend
• Went 2-for-2 with a double and a home run vs. PSU (May 2), knocking out a game-ending two-run shot in the sixth
• Posted six assists vs. Indiana-1 (April 18)
• Matched career highs with three hits and three RBI at Rutgers (April 11)
• Went 2-for-2 with a pair of walks in series finale at #14 Minnesota (April 5)
• Went 2-for-3 in home opener vs. Kent State-1 (March 14)
• Tallied a pair of hits at Cal State Fullerton (March 4)
• Hit .429 (6-for-14) at Easton Bama Bash
• Went 2-for-4 with an RBI at #3 Alabama (Feb. 20)
• Drove out solo home run for first hit of the season.

Freshman (2014)
• Big Ten All-Tournament team
• Started 59 games at third base and compiled a .945 fielding percentage
• Slugged .409 in 115 at-bats
• Hit a home run at Florida State (May 23)
• Picked up a pair of hits and scored a run against San Diego State (May 16)
• Smacked a home run and collected two more hits against Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament (May 9)
• Recorded two hits against Illinois (Apr. 26)
• Went 2-for-2 with a double and an RBI against Purdue (Apr. 23)
• Went 2-for-5 with two home runs, two RBI and scored two runs in two games against Michigan State (Apr. 12-13)
• Collected a hit and scored a run against Western Michigan (Apr. 8)
• Recorded a double and drew a walk against Ohio State (Apr. 6)
• Hit a three-run HR vs. Indiana (March 22)
• Went 1-for-2 with one double against Louisville (Mar. 16)
• Hit two doubles and collected her first three collegiate RBI against Kent State (Mar. 15)
• Went 1-for-3 and scored one run against Kentucky (Feb. 22)
• Made her collegiate debut against South Florida (Feb. 8).

Prep
• Seaford H.S. (2013)
• Played varsity softball for five seasons after making the varsity team as an eighth grader
• Three-time All-State first team (as a freshman in 2010, sophomore in 2011 and senior in 2013)
• Three-time All-Long Island first team (2010-11, 2013)
• Batted .717 with nine home runs and 18 stolen bases as a senior (2013)
• Seaford High School Female Athlete of the Year Award (2013)
• U.S. Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete (2013)
• Helped team to an undefeated season as a senior
• Three-time All-Nassau County performer (2010-11, 13)
• missed most of her junior season with an injury
• 2011 MVP of the Nassau County playoffs
• Played summer ball with the New Jersey Intensity (2011-13) and the New Jersey Inferno (2010)

Other sports
• Played varsity soccer for three seasons (2011-13)
• Played varsity basketball as a senior (2013)
• Also skied competitively and swam in the Junior Olympics (2010)

Academics
• National Honor Society
• Honor Roll
• Scholar-Athlete Award (2010-13).

Personal
• Lindsay Eileen Montemarano was born on February 25, 1995
• Daughter of William and Christina Montemarano
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, majoring in English.

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