Lindsay Gregory
Lindsay  Gregory

Kingwood, TX

High School:
Kingwood HS






Pitcher's Duel Goes In Favor Of Middle Tennessee

North Texas Eliminated From Conference Tournament


Mean Green Snap Skid, Split Double-Header With Southern Miss

Gregory Twins Hit Back-To-Back Home Runs In Game Two Win


North Texas Begins Crucial Final Stretch At Southern Miss

Mean Green Have Six Conference Games Remaining


Softball Swept By UTEP In Saturday's Double-Header

Mean Green Lose Back-To-Back Games For First Time Since March 13


Kee Wins 800th Career Game In Series Sweep

Coach Becomes 32nd Active Coach With 800 Wins

North Texas 2017
• Earned a spot of Conference USA's All-Freshman team after hitting .307 with 50 hits, 10 doubles, three home runs and 22 RBI
• Played in 55 games for the Mean Green, including 54 starts
• Her .319 average in conference ranked second on the team and finished second in slugging percentage (.423), multi-hit games (13) and on-base percentage (.374)
• Collected three hits in eight at bats in the series against FAU from April 22-23 with one double and one RBI
• Went 7-for-13 in the series against Southern Miss, including a 4-for-4 game on April 9
• Secured her 10th multi-hit game of the season with a 2-for-3 showing against SFA on April 5
• Went 2-for-5 with two RBI against Charlotte on April 2, marking her third multi-hit/multi-RBI game
• Went 3-for-4 against UTSA in game one on March 25, marking her first career three-hit game
• Named Conference USA's Co-Player of the Week on March 6 after a 12-for-22 showing between March 1-5
• Tallied four hits in nine at-bats against UTEP between March 11-12
• Knocked her first two career home runs against Texas Tech on March 5

• Recorded her first career hit -- an infield single -- against Arkansas on Feb. 11
• Had her first career multi-hit game against UMass Lowell, going 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI

High School

• Three-time all district selection and a state all-tournament selection
• Led Kingwood to the state finals in 2013
• Played in 67 games over her sophomore and junior seasons, hitting at a .362 clip with 65 runs scored, 53 RBI, 16 doubles, three triples and three home runs
• Hit .408 as a sophomore and .316 as a junior
• Helped Kingwood to a 25-10 record and the regional 5A regional semifinals in 2014 and a 25-7 record and the 6A regional quarterfinals in 2015
• Was a two-time golden glove recipient and a member of the VYPE Houston Preseason Top 25
• Played for head coach Lauren Hendrix
• Has a twin sister, Lacy, who also plays for the North Texas softball team

Coach Kee on Lindsay Gregory:
“Lindsay’s athleticism and drive will make for a positive future. Her ability to drive the ball to all fields and play multiple infield positions will allow us to continue our quest of having versatile players. She’s a true student of the game who understands the importance of adapting to a program’s goals immediately.”

Why Lindsay chose North Texas: “I chose to attend the University of North Texas for several reasons. After visiting the campus, meeting with the coaching staff, and hearing their vision for the softball program, it was obvious that UNT is the place for me. North Texas will not only give me the opportunity to play to sport I love at the next level, but it will also give me the tools and knowledge I need to become successful in whatever endeavor I choose after softball.”

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