3 - Lynsay Weaver
Lynsay Weaver
Height: 5-8
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bay City, Mich.
High School: All Saints
Position: Shortstop/Outfield
Bats/Throws: R/R

2010 Season (Junior): Career Statistics.

2009 Season (Sophomore): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . Started in all 45 contests exclusively at shortstop . . . Placed second among team leaders in home runs (five), fourth in RBIs (21), tied for fifth in runs (19), and ninth in base hits (19) . . . Listed 26th among the national leaders in sacrifice flies (four) . . . Turned in four multiple-hit games and registered at least a base hit in 15 matchups . . . Recorded a squad-high tying five multi-RBI contests, which included four three-RBI outings . . . Went a combined 3-for-6 at the plate with nine RBIs in a two-game non-conference set at Cornerstone (3/26) . . . Belted a pair of roundtrippers in the series at Cornerstone (3/26) with the first a two-run blast in game one followed by a grand slam in the nightcap . . . Drilled a two-run homer and had three RBIs in a conference home win over Hillsdale (4/11) . . . Hit a two-run shot beyond the left center field fence in the second game of a league doubleheader victory at Grand Valley State (4/15) . . . Compiled two hits (three-run home run) in three at bats with three RBIs and a run scored against Lake Superior State (4/22) in game two of a GLIAC twinbill . . . Batted a .241 average (13-54) with three home runs, 12 RBIs, 11 runs scored, and a .444 slugging percentage in 22 league encounters . . .  Notched season-best five putouts in three contests - at Saginaw Valley State (4/1 & 5/10) and vs. Northern Kentucky (5/10).

2008 Season (Freshman): Game-By-Game Statistics . . . An All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team member . . . Started in all 53 FSU games . . . Earned the starting nod as a leftfielder and at shortstop 17 times apiece . . . Also started 15 outings in centerfield . . . Placed sixth among the team's leaders in base hits (31), sixth in runs scored (22) and seventh in RBIs (16) . . . Her six multiple-hit games ranked seventh highest on the squad while her three multi-RBI contests tied for seventh place . . . Started out the season batting .400 (6-15) with two home runs, two doubles, four RBIs, and a .933 slugging percentage . . . First collegiate home run was a two-run blast in a 10-2 victory over Northern Kentucky (3/8) in a Florida Rebel Spring Tournament game . . . Smacked a game-winning solo roundtripper in the sixth inning of a 3-2 decision against Minnesota State (3/9) at the Florida Rebel Spring Tourney and had two hits in the non-league tilt . . . Batted .455 with five hits in 11 official plate appearances during a four-game hit string (3/30-4/5) . . . Produced at least a hit in 25 contests . . . Recorded a squad fourth-longest six-game hitting streak (4/19-22) and concluded the string hitting a .375 average (6-16) with three RBIs . . . Garnered two hits in as many at bats with two RBIs in conference home win over Mercyhurst (3/30) . . . Went 2-for-3 in hitting against Minnesota State (3/9), versus Cornerstone (4/7), and against Wayne State (4/25) . . . Generated a pair of doubles and a RBI against Upper Iowa (3/10) at the Florida Rebel Spring Tournament . . . Notched a double in a 2-0 win versus Francis Marion (5/14) for lone hit at the NCAA-II National Championship Tournament . . . Hit for a .259 average (14-54) in 20 conference encounters to go with seven RBIs and seven runs scored apiece . . . Batted .267 (16-60) in 22 April contests with six RBIs and 13 runs scored after hitting for the same average in 19 March outings with 13 hits in 50 at bats, which included three doubles, two homers, and 10 RBIs.

High School: Earned all-state plaudits and second-team All-Greater Thumb Conference laurels in her 2006 junior year at Bay City (Mich.) All Saints High School . . . Coached by Brad Walraven . . . Graduated in 2007 . . . Helped lead 2006 squad to a district title for third consecutive season and hit for .389 average with 25 base hits, 32 runs scored, 35 RBI, and 11 stolen bases in as many attempts . . . A two-time (2005 and 2006) Bay City Times Dream Team selection . . . Recorded eight doubles, four triples, and five home runs while producing a .676 slugging percentage and a .569 on-base percentage in junior season . . . Posted an 8-3 pitching mark with a 1.43 earned run average and had 79 strikeouts in 68-plus innings . . . Gained first-team all-league recognition as a sophomore in 2005 after batting .396 with 34 hits, which included 10 doubles, three triples, and six home runs . . . Scored 19 runs while totaling 53 RBI, a .649 slugging percentage, and a .497 on-base percentage in sophomore year . . . Went 27-7 in the pitching circle with a 1.45 earned run average in 217-plus innings for the 2005 campaign . . . Racked up 223 strikeouts and walked 144 batters while allowing 86 runs, including 45 earned runs during sophomore year . . . Batted .282 with 20 hits, 16 runs scored, 10 doubles, two triples, one home run, 24 RBI, and nine stolen bases as a freshman in 2004 while achieving all-league second-team kudos as team claimed a conference championship crown . . . Also ompeted four years apiece in both basketball and volleyball . . . Had received 11 varsity letters in her prep career prior to her senior year . . . Member of the summer club team the Bay City (Mich.) Blast which won the USSA World Series Championship.

Personal: Born in Bay City, Mich. . . . Daughter of Brian and Patti Weaver . . . Her father is a landscape designer and mother works as an operation agent . . . Has a younger brother . . . Enjoys camping, tennis, basketball, and volleyball . . . Traveled to New Orleans, La., in December 2006 to perform volunteer work following the Hurricane Katrina disaster . . . FSU Letters: Two . . . Majoring in health care systems administration.

Multiple Hit Games: 2008-6; 2009-4
Multiple RBI Games: 2008-3; 2009-5

On Deck With Weaver:
Why I chose Ferris State: I wanted to play college softball
My first softball memory is: making the Essexville Hampton All-Star Team when I was 10 years old
Something unusual about me is that: I love Kool-Aid
The thing I like most about Ferris State Softball is: the team itself and howe everyone gets along
My worst fear is: the unknown in the darkness
My favorite movie is: Step Up
My pre-game ritual is: listening to music and wearing the same clothes under my uniform
My role model is: my parents
What has been the most thrilling moment of your life outside of sports?: Graduating high school and coming to college
If I could change one thing about softball, I would: make the games longer
Advice to youngsters: Never say you can't and believe in yourself!
The motto I live by is: If you say I can't you won't. If you say quit you lose. If you say I will try, you just might win, but you have the power to choose

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