Utah: Three-year starter at third base power hitter clutch hitter ... leader in the infield ... strong arm and a great glove.
2001: Claimed first-team third base on the all-West Region team ... member of the all-Mountain West Conference Tournament team ... selected as the MWC Player of the Year ... selected to the all-MWC team ... named MWC Player of the Week on March 12 ... named MWC Player of the Week on March 19 ... played and started all 63 games for the Utes ... led team with .378 batting average ... second on team with .628 slugging percentage and third on team with 12 home runs ... second on team with 58 RBI and 123 total bases ... recorded 23 multiple hit games and 13 multiple RBI games.
2000: Named to the 2000 NCAA Region 1 all-tournament team ... claimed first-team third base on the all-West Region team ... member of the all-Mountain West Conference Tournament team ... named MWC Player of the Week on March 13 ... played and started all 65 games for the Utes ... fifth on team with .323 batting average ... .561 slugging percentage and 12 home runs were third on team ... second on team with 47 RBIs and 106 total bases ... recorded 14 multiple hit games and 10 multiple RBI games ... had a season best eight game hitting streak from March 29 to April 7 ... 63 of 65 starts were at third base ... the Utes were 22-7 when she hit fifth in the batting order ... twice recorded seven assists in a game (Loyola-Marymount 2/19, Notre Dame 2/20) ... hit two home runs in a game three times; February 26 vs. Tulsa, April 12 vs. Utah State, and April 29 vs. Colorado State ... during eight game hitting streak was 9-for-23 (.391) with five RBIs ... led team with 181 assists ... pitched one inning against SE Missouri State on March 16 ... allowed two runs on one hit while recording one strikeout.
1999: Selected to the WAC all-tournament team both of her best games came against Southern Utah went 3-for-3 with a run scored against the T-Birds on Mar. 31 and 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI on Apr. 14 also hit home runs against Rutgers (solo) on Mar. 16 and Hawaii (two-run shot).
High School: First-team all-Baseline League as a junior and senior second-team all-CIF as a sophomore and honorable mention all-Baseline league as a freshman also named team MVP once and best offensive player three times member and MVP of the all-tournament teams at the West Covina, Western Christian, Charter Oak and Claremont tournaments coached by Rod Tilton, Larry Franworth and Donovan Norton American Pastime club team placed second at the national tournament in 1996 and seventh in 1997 also played tennis three years and soccer one year.
Personal: Lyndsey Gilda Trevis is the daughter of Gilbert Trevis and Denise DeSalvo goes by the nickname Shaq major is exercise and sport science born Jan. 11, 1980.
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