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   # 13 - Lynsay Weaver
Lynsay Weaver
Ferris State
Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Bay City, Mich.

High School:
All Saints

Bats/Throws:
Right/Right

Height:
5-8

Position:
Shortstop/Outfield


Bulldog Career: Career Statistics.

2008 Season (Freshman): Game-By-Game Statistics.

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 2/28/89 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 . . . Finance major.

Coach Becker on Weaver: "Lynsay has the ability to play anywhere and this is how we will get the most from her this year. She brings a lot of talent to the team and will vie for time in the outfield. She's also a solid back up to any infield position."

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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