12 Lindsay Ranquist
12 - Lindsay Ranquist
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Owls Head, Maine
High School: Medomak Valley
Position: G

2013-2014: NAC Second Team All-Conference selection last season...one of three Beavers to start all 26 games....averaged team-leading 13.0 points and 6.5 rebounds...scored double figures in 21 games...scored a career high 22 points at Thomas (1/7) on 7-of-10 shooting from the floor and 4-of-6 from beyond the three-point line...fourth on the team with 70.5 FT%...averaged 41% from three-point land, third-best on the team

2012-13: NAC All-Tournament Team selection… started all 26 games for the Beavers… second on the team in scoring with 8.6 points and 4.3 rebounds… reached her season high of 19 points against Thomas (2/16) on 6-of-13 shooting from the field with three 3-pointers in the year’s final regular season game… charted 11 games with 10-or-more points… her best shooting performance came at New England College (2/2) with a 7-of-13 effort from the field with two 3-pointers…  led the Beavers and seventh in the NAC with 51 steals (2.0 per game), including a season best seven thefts versus Johnson State (2/10)… logged five steals at Saint Joseph’s (11/20)… fourth on the team with 28 assists.

2011-12: MWBCA All-Rookie team... played in all 26 games, making 23 starts… third on the team in both scoring (8.4 points) and rebounding (5.0 rebounds)… cracked double-digits on 10 occasions… scored a season high 20 points versus UMaine-Presque Isle (11/18) on 6-of-13 shooting including three 3-pointers… charted her first collegiate double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds against Lyndon State (1/7)… shot .297 from the field… third on the team with 23 3-pointers out of 99 attempts (.232)… second on the team in both assists (44) and steals (34)… dished out a season best four assists against both Lyndon State (2/10) and Husson (2/21)… racked up five steals at home against Green Mountain (12/3).

Favorite Athlete: Jacoby Ellsbury

High School: KVAC All-Rookie Team, KVAC Honorable Mention, KVAC Second Team All Conference, Most Valuable Player Award, KVAC Senior All-Star Game, KVAC Class B Eastern Maine Runners-Up...Honor Roll, member of the National Honor Society...voted Student of the Month.

Personal: Daughter of Mike Ranquist and Debbie and Richie Oliver… majoring in community health.

Hobbies/Activities/Summer Work: Sports, shopping, member of PAWS, youth summer basketball camps coach, booster booth volunteer, Lobster Festival volunteer, MIAAA Conference.

Why UMF? "UMF is a small campus with a good reputation, plus it was close to home.

Post UMF Plans: Move to Portland and get a job doing something in the Community
Health field.