Fall - Made his season debut at the Kansas Invitational... Finished in a tie for 22nd with a score of 225... Earned his first collegiate individual championship after shooting a 1-under-par 143 at the Husky Invitational... Posted a career-best 68 in the opening round of that event. Spring - Tied for 13th at Houston's own Redstone Challenge with a 79... Tied for seventh place at the J.L. Lewis Intercollegiate with a score of 147... Led the Cougars at the Border Olympics with a score of 227... Posted a second-round 69 for the team's lowest score of the tournament... Tied for the team lead at the Louisiana Classics with a score of 222... Fired a 1-under-par 71 in the final round at the Conference USA Championships and led the Cougars by tying for 16th.
Fall - Made his season debut at the Mean Green Classic. Spring - Fired a 1-under-par 71 in the second round of the Rice Intercollegiate and tied for 21st place at that event... Posted an even-par 72 and followed that with a 70 during the first day of the Administaff August State Invitational... Led the Cougars at the River Landing Intercollegiate after posting a score of 218... Opened that tournament with a 2-under-par 70... Fired back-to-back 71s in the final two round at the Conference USA Championship to tie for 17th place.
Played in four tournaments... Best finish was at the Del Walker Intercollegiate where he tied for 16th place with a career-low score of even-par 213... Shot a three-round score of 223 at the Duke Classic... Had a score of 236 at the Kansas Invitational and St. Mary's Invitational... Bettered his score each round during The River Landing Intercollegiate... Fired an even-par 72 in the opening round of the C-USA Championship.
Made his collegiate debut at the Coca-Cola Duke Classic where he shot a three-round score of 236 to tie for 76th place... Best finish came at the North Texas Classic when he finished in 28th place... Tied with teammate Pablo Acuña for 31st place at the C-USA Championship with a score of 225.
JERSEY VILLAGE HIGH SCHOOL
Named team's Most Valuable Player during his junior and senior seasons... Tied for third place at the Bear Spring Invitational with a score of 143(73-70)... Finished third in the District Championships... Placed 18th at the Regional Tournament... Also placed seventh at the 2004 National High School Finals in Florida... Earned a spot on the USA Junior World Junior Golf team where he played in a U.S. vs. Canada match that was played in St. Andrews, Scotland.
Full name is Jackie David Lindsey... Born July 7, 1987... Son of Elroy, Jr. and Sharon Lindsey of Houston... Majoring in business... Also recruited by Stephen F. Austin.
LINDSEY'S CAREER BESTS
Low Round: 68 (1st), Husky Invitational (Oct. 26, 2009)
Low 36 Holes: 140, Del Walker Intercollegiate (2007-08)
Low 54 Holes: 213, Del Walker Intercollegiate (2007-08)
LINDSEY'S CAREER STATISTICS