Lindsey Ubrun recently finished her third season with the Lady Mocs. She spent two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach with Chattanooga before becoming a full-time assistant after the 2012 season. Ubrun works with the team's outfielders and hitters.
She was one of the contributors in helping Chattanooga post the best regular season batting average at .351 in the nation in 2011. The Lady Mocs also set numerous team single-season records including home runs (58), RBI (368), runs scored (391), total bases (805), slugging pct. (.521) and on-base pct. (.423). Single-season marks were also acheived in home runs (18), RBI (75), runs scored (63) and on-base pct. (500).
A native of Riverside, Calif., Ubrun came to the Lady Mocs after a success collegiate career compiling a .313 average with 48 home runs and 164 RBI with Missouri and Maryland.
Ubrun's playing career began at Maryland, where she was selected to the All-ACC Second Team as a freshman playing under head coach Laura Watten. She earned ACC Academic team honors following her first two seasons. Looking for a change of pace, Ubrun decided to transfer before her junior season to Missouri.
In her first season with the Tigers, she reached the postseason for the first time. Missouri captured the NCAA Midwest Regional in Iowa City, Iowa before falling at Alabama in the Super Regionals.
As a senior, the third baseman helped Missouri advance to the 2009 Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City, Okla. by winning the NCAA Columbia Regional prior to knocking off UCLA in the Super Regionals. Ubrun earned the Louisville Slugger/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All American (second team) and ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-American (third team), while also receiving All-Big 12 First and Academic Team recognition.
She was also a stellar in the classroom as a Dean's List student following each semester. Urbrun graduated Summa Cum Laude from Missouri in May 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Education.
As a student teacher during her final semester, she taught a U.S. History class at Hickman High School in Columbia, Mo., and continued to develop teaching skills as a softball instructor throughout her playing career.