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Katrina Lindner Biography
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: April 20, 2005
Photo Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
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Katrina Lindner's Career Honors

UA Academic Award
UA Captain's Award
Honorable Mention Academic All-Pac-10
Mary Roby Academic Achievement Award
UA Most Inspirational Award
Mary Roby Academic Achievement Award

2004-05: Started six of 30 games played ... Ranked fourth on the team in three-point field goals made, three-point field goal attempts and three-point field goal percentage ... Dished out one or more assists in 20 games ... Shot 50 percent or better from the field six times ... Scored a career-high 11 points against UNC Greensboro on Dec. 4 ... Finished with nine points and three assists against Cal on Jan. 7 ... Tallied eight points and three assists vs. Stanford on Jan. 9 ... Scored a career-high-tying 11 points at UCLA on Jan. 16.

2003-04: Played in 32 of 33 games ... Averaged 1.8 points and 0.8 rebounds per game ... Played 10 or more minutes in 18 games ... Scored one or more points 17 times ... Team tri-captain... Saw three minutes of action off the bench against Michigan State (3/21/04) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Scored three points against Stanford (3/8/04) in Pac-10 Tournament championship game ... Had three assists, two steals and one rebound against Washington (3/7/04) in the semifinals of Pac-10 Tournament ... Finished with two points, one assist and one steal against Oregon State (3/6/04) in the Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinals ... Had one assist and one steal at Washington (2/28/04) ... Finished with three points and two rebounds at Washington State (2/26/04) ... Dished out three assists and scored two points against Oregon (2/21/04) ... Scored a career-high seven points to go with three rebounds, one assist and one steal against Oregon State (2/19/04) ... Grabbed two rebounds at UCLA (2/12/04) ... Had two steals, one rebound and one assist vs. California (2/7/04) ... Finished with four points and one steal at Arizona State (1/31/04) ... Had five points and one assist at Oregon (1/22/04) ... Finished with five points and one rebound vs. UCLA (1/17/04) ... Hit a crucial three-pointer in the second half of that contest that helped break the game open ... Finished with four points, three assists and two rebounds against Texas State (12/14/03) ... Scored four points vs. UMass (12/7/03) ... Pulled down five rebounds vs. Navy (11/29/03) at the Hawai’i tourney ... Had five points and two assists against NAU (11/22/03).

2002-03: Mary Roby Academic Achievement Award winner ... Missed the final 10 games of the season following a left knee ACL tear during practice on Feb. 7 ... That came after she missed all of the 2001-02 season because of right knee ACL tear ... Played in 10 games off the bench during the season ... Averaged 5.0 minutes, 0.8 points, 0.5 assists and 0.4 rebounds per game ... Shot 25.0 percent from the floor and 14.3 percent from three-point range ... Made one of her two free throw attempts for the season ... Put points on the board in four different games ... Played at least four minutes in seven contests ... Pulled down a season-high two rebounds at Washington State (1/9/03) ... Had a season-high three points against Oregon State (1/4/03) ... Season highs of two assists against both Oregon (1/2/03) and at UNLV (12/22/02) ... Scored first collegiate bucket in the UNLV game and played a season-high 10 minutes ... Saw one minute off the bench against No. 8 Georgia (11/30/02) in collegiate debut.

2001-02: Redshirted for the year after suffering an ACL tear during the team's annual Red & Blue intra-squad game on 10/30/01 ... Mary Roby Academic Achievement Award...

High School: Played basketball and ran track four years at Immanuel College Prep in Adelaide, South Australia ... Was the Senior 'A' girls captain and Most Valuable Player for three years in a row ... Earned the Senior 'A' Women's Best and Fairest award in 1997 ... Received half-colors in 1999 and full colors in 2000 ... Averaged 18 points and six assists per game her final year at Immanuel College ... Is the school's all-time leading scorer ... Led team to a runner-up finish and 10-1 record in the Independent Schools Conference ... Her team lost in the playoff semifinals to the eventual Australian national champion ... Gained the majority of her basketball experience on club teams ... Member of the U-20 Women's State Team that won the bronze medal at the 2001 Australian Basketball Championships after winning the gold in the 2000 championships ... Most recently averaged 15.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg and 2.5 spg for the Sturt Sabres women's ABA team ... The Sabres won the BASA U-20 State Championship in 2001 and was runner-up in 2000 ... In 1998 and `99, the Sabres won the U-18 BASA State Championship ... The Sabres were the U-18 silver medal winners at the 1999 National Junior Classics and the U-16 silver medal winners at the 1997 National Junior Classics ... The Sabres were also the BASA State Championships U-16 runners-up in 1997 ... Part of the South Australian Sports Institute team that toured the U.S. and Spain in 1999.


Personal: Katrina Lee Lindner was born Aug. 26, 1982, in Tanunda, Australia ... Daughter of Glenda Lindner ... Has an older sister, Paula, and an older brother, Samuel ... Major is psychology and she wants to become a sports psychologist ... Her family is very prominent in the South Australia sports realm ... Several of her male relatives played Australia rules football.

Katrina Lindner's Career Highs

Field Goals Made: 3 vs. Oregon State (2/19/04)

Field Goal Attempts: 5, three times, last 2/26/04

Three-Point Field Goals Made: 1, eight times, last 3/8/04

Three-Point Field Goal Attempts: 4 at WSU (2/26/04)

Free Throws Made: 2, three times, last on 3/6/04

Free Throw Attempts: 3 vs. UMass (12/7/03)

Rebounds: 5 vs. Navy (11/29/03)

Points: 7 vs. Oregon State (2/19/04)

Assists: 3, three times, last on 3/7/04

Blocks: 1 at WSU (2/26/04)

Steals: 2, twice, last vs. UW (3/7/04)

Minutes: 21 vs. American (12/6/03)

Katrina Lindner's Stats at Arizona

|--Total--| |--3-Point--| |---Rebounds---| Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts/Avg 2002-03 10-0 50/5.0 3-12 .250 1-7 .143 1-2 .500 1-3 4 0.4 1-0 5 3 0 2 8/0.8

2003-04 32-0 351/11.0 20-74 .270 7-40 .175 9-13 .692 7-18 25 0.8 15-0 24 20 1 9 56/1.8 TOTAL 42-0 401/9.5 23-86 .267 8-47 .170 10-15 .667 8-21 29 0.7 16-0 29 23 1 11 64/1.5

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