Women's Basketball

    Lindsay One of 32 Participants at Point Guard College

    Go Hoosiers! Senior Whitney Lindsay
    Go Hoosiers!
    Senior Whitney Lindsay
    Go Hoosiers!

    Oct. 4, 2010

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana senior Whitney Lindsay was one of 32 participants, joining 11 point guards that played in the 2010 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament including National Champion UConn, at the Point Guard College's "College Athlete" Session from Aug. 9-13, 2010 at Emmanuel College in Boston.

    Lindsay participated in a five-day, four-night program designed to teach players how to train effectively, play intelligent basketball, become "coaches on the court," and demonstrate leadership during basketball games, practices and everyday life. She was one of three point guards from the Big Ten Conference.

    The 5-7 point guard from Mansfield, Ohio, averaged 7.4 points, 3.1 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 30 games as a junior.

    What sets Point Guard College apart is the teaching that takes place off of the basketball court. In addition to time on the basketball court, attendees spent time in the classroom lectures three times a day analyzing basketball video footage, studying the details of winning basketball, learning about basketball leadership, and communication skills that will be valuable on the basketball court and in everyday life.

    About Point Guard College
    In existence since 1993, Point Guard College is an intense, no-nonsense learning experience for that offers courses for middle school, high school and college-aged male and female student athletes. Not like typical basketball camps, it is called a "college" for a reason. The course curriculum is specially designed to teach basketball players to play the game intelligently, to train purposefully, to be "coaches on the court," and to be true leaders during games, in practice, during the off-season, and in everyday life.

    Former female participants include 2010 WNBA second overall pick of the Minnesota Lynx, Monica Wright (Virginia); seventh overall pick, Danielle McCray (Kansas); the 2009 3rd overall pick Kristi Toliver (University of Maryland); the Tulsa Shock's Ivory Latta and Rashanda McCants (North Carolina); 2010 WNBA Champion Seattle Storm's Director of Player Development & Scouting, Jenny Boucek (Virginia); PGC Owner Dena Evans, a member of the ACC's 50th Anniversary All-Time Women's Basketball Team (University of Virginia); and PGC Director Lyndsey Medders-Fennelly (Iowa State).

     

     

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