|Prev. School||Tarleton State|
04-05:Played sparingly in her first season with the tennis team losing her only official match of the year at the No. 6 singles spot.
2003: Led the Mountain Lions and ranked eight in the conference in assists per game 10.41 ... Also had 106 kills and 196 digs ... Was second on the team in service aces with 25 ... Had 46 assists and seven digs versus Madonna on Aug 3 ... Had 49 assists and eight digs against Colorado-State Pueblo on Sept 12 ... Had 60 assists at Fort Lewis on Sept 20 ... Had a career-high 64 assists vs. Mesa State on Sept 27 ... Had 44 assists and a career-high 15 digs at Mesa State.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Transferred from Tarleton State University where she spent her freshman season ... Led the TexAnns, and ranked second among freshman in the Lone Star Conference, in assists per game last season with 9.99 ... Added 113 digs and 28 aces in 89 games at Tarleton ... Attended Conifer High School where she became the first athlete school history to letter four years in a single sport, be named MVP of the Jeffco League three times, and be named First-Team All-State two years in a row ... Also named First-Team All-Conference all four years ...Led the state of Colorado in assists three years in a row ... Received the Gatorade Will to Win Athlete of the Year award ... Also played tennis for four years at Conifer, she was team captain and went undefeated her senior year.
Is majoring in Education ...Enjoys singing, dancing, and playing ball with her brother Josh ... Parents Malcom Mead, Anna Mead and Craig Hillegass ... Born on April 29, 1984.
Stories featuring Lindsey Hillegass
|November 29, 2004||Volleyball adds two key recruits||The transformation of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball program moved into phase 2 Monday when second-year coach Jessica Wood announced the addition of two key recruits during the early signing period.|
|November 5, 2004||Mountain Lions Waiting||It's out of their hands now.|
|November 3, 2004||Mountain Lions stay alive, beat CSU-P||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs beat its biggest rival Tuesday evening in Pueblo. The Mountain Lions won a hard-fought match over the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves 3-1 (24-30, 30-24, 30-28, 32-30).|
|October 29, 2004||CU-Colorado Springs knocks off Western||The University of Colorado at Colorado Spring kept its playoffs hopes alive with an impressive home win over the Western State Mountaineers Friday night at the Lions' Den.|
|October 24, 2004||CU-Colorado Springs loses fourth straight.||After another tough road loss the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs now has a razor thin margin of error if it is to make the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament. CU-Colorado Springs again played well Saturday night in Las Vegas, N.M. but lost to the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls 3-1 (31-29, 22-30, 30-25, 30-26).|
|October 22, 2004||Adams State knocks off Mountain Lions in four||Things started well for the University at Colorado at Colorado Springs Friday evening in Alamosa. Unfortunately, the night ended with a loss as the Adams State Grizzles beat the Mountain Lions 3-1 (20-30, 30-24, 30-19, 30-24).|
|October 16, 2004||UCCS gives No. 1 Kearney all it can handle||Not much changed for the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers after they defeated the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 3-0 (33-31, 30-20, 30-27) Saturday at the Lions' Den.|
|October 9, 2004||Mountain Lions can't handle Regis||DENVER - Saturday night's 3-0 (30-26, 30-28, 30-23) loss to the Regis Rangers didn't do anything to derail the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' playoff aspirations. It did, however, deny the Mountain Lions an opportunity to enhance those chances.|
|October 9, 2004||Mountain Lions bounce back, beat CCU||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team got back on track Oct. 8 in Lakewood, Colo. One night after having their four-game win streak snapped, the Mountain Lions defeated the Colorado Christian Cougars 3-1 (31-29, 30-21, 34-32, 30-25).|
|October 7, 2004||Metro State tops Mountain Lions||DENVER - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had hopes of ending 10 years of Metro State domination Thursday night. After the Roadrunners' 3-0 (30-24, 30-23, 30-23) win at the Auraria Events Center, the Mountain Lions must reserve that hope until year 11.|
|September 25, 2004||Mountain Lions upset Adams State||What a big win. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs upset the Adams State Grizzles 3-1 (30-18, 28-30, 30-25, 30-25) Friday night in the Lions' Den.|
|September 17, 2004||Mountain Lions top Fort Lewis in Durango||After a week of frustration the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs finally got what it was looking for - a conference win.|
|September 12, 2004||Mountain Lions hang tough, still get swept by Mavs||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team ran into the toughest opponent it has played all year Saturday evening in Grand Junction, Colo. And for at least one game, the Mountain Lions proved they could play with one of the best teams in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.|
|September 10, 2004||Mountain Lions drop conference opener to Western State||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team opened its conference season with a heartbreaking five-game loss at Western State Friday. CU-Colorado Springs (5-3, 0-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) lost to the Mountaineers 3-2 (30-27 18-30, 30-28, 30-22, 17-15) before raucus crowd of 358 at Paul Wright Gym in Gunnison, Colo.|
|September 4, 2004||Volleyball's five-match win Streak ends||GUNNISON, Colo. - It took reinforcements from Europe to slow down the streaking Mountain Lions.|
|September 3, 2004||Volleyball wins second straight in Gunnison tournament||GUNNISON, Colo. - Valdosta State came all the way from Georgia to compete in the Comfort Inn Invitational, and the trip home will likely be a little longer after the Lady Blazers were beaten by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Mountain Lions 3-0 (30-23, 32-30, 30-27) Friday afternoon.|
|September 3, 2004||Mountain Lions equal last year's win mark||GUNNISON, Colo. - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team equaled its win total for all of 2003 when the Mountain Lions defeated St. Joseph's 3-2 (29-31, 30-23, 31-29, 30-32, 15-9) at the Comfort Inn Invitational Friday night.|
|August 28, 2004||Mountain Lions off to Great Start||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is off to its best start in three years as the Mountain Lions won three out of four matches in a season-opening tournament in Stephenville, Tex.CU-Colorado Springs lost the opening game Friday against Angelo State 3-1 before putting together three straight dominating wins. The Mountain Lions swept Southeastern Oklahoma State on Friday and also needed just three games to beat both Dallas Baptist and Tarleton State on Saturday|
|August 20, 2004||2004 Season Preview||First year head coach Jessica Wood will look to a pair of wily veterans to provide leadership on what is otherwise a young University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team.|
|November 9, 2003||Volleyball ends season on the road||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball lost two games on the road over the weekend brining its season to end.CU-Colorado Springs lost to the Western State Mountaineers 30-26, 30-28, 30-13 on Friday in Gunnison before losing to the Mesa State Mavericks 27-30, 30-28, 30-14, 30-20 Saturday night in Grand Junction.|
|October 31, 2003||Mountain Lions fall in four games||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (5-21, 3-14 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) lost in four games to the Adams State Grizzlies 15-9, 9-7 RMAC).Adams State dominated Game 1 out hitting the Mountain Lions .364 to 0.87. The Grizzlies built a large lead before a late CU-Colorado Springs run made the score respectable 30-24.|
|October 22, 2003||Mountain Lions end streak, beat Highlands in three||For over a month the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (4-19, 2-12 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) had been mired in a frustrating losing streak that had reached 12 matches.|
|October 19, 2003||Mountain Lions show improvement on the road||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-18, 1-11 RMAC) volleyball team lost a pair of games on the road this weekend. The Mountain Lions lost in three games to Chadron State (15-5, 7-5) on Friday and to Colorado Mines (7-12, 3-8) on Saturday.|
|September 9, 2003||New Mexico Highlands knocks off UCCS in five||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team lost in five games to New Mexico Highlands Tuesday night in Las Vegas, NM.|
|August 30, 2003||Women's Volleyball opens season in Durango||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (1-3) won one and lost three matches this past weekend at the Fort Lewis tournament in Durango.CU-Colorado Springs lost to Fort Lewis (22-30, 29-31, 27-30) and Biola (17-30, 16-30, 24-30) on Friday and to Madonna (13-30, 32-30, 23-30, 22-30) on Saturday before beating Michigan-Dearborn (30-20, 30-22, 30-21) later that day.|
|August 18, 2003||Volleyball hoping hard work pays off||This summer, while most of us were still nestled soundly asleep in our beds, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team was hard at work.|