ITA Mountain Region Rookie of the Year
All-American team announced in June
Season ends at 15-9
Rice vs. Texas A&M 10 a.m. Friday
Hodge and Zhang named to first team, Bowtell and Haet All-Fresham
Rice met Texas A&M in the first round of the 2018 NCAA Championship
Rice dropped a 4-3 decision to FIU in the C-USA Championship match
Rice defeated ODU 4-1 to reach a 7th consecutive C-USA Championship match
Rice defeated WKU on the first day of the 2018 C-USA Championship
Rice women's tennis celebrated Senior Day 2018 on April 14 vs. LA Tech
President, Rice SAAC
C-USA Honor Roll 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
C-USA Academic Medal 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
ITA Scholar-Athlete 2015, 2016
C-USA All-Academic Team 2017, 2018
Rice Scholar Athlete 2017, 2018
All C-USA Singles (second team) 2015, (first team) 2016, 2017, 2018
All C-USA Doubles (first team) 2015, 2017, 2018
C-USA Outstanding Singles of the Championship 2017
C-USA Outstanding Doubles of the Championship 2015, 2017
C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Month (September 2015)
C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Week (2/7/16), (3/21/17), (3/20/18)
Spring: First team All-Conference USA in single and doubles… 10-8 mark in singles, including an 8-8 record while playing at the first line… Closed the season by winning seven of her last nine decisions, three of which came over ranked opponents… C-USA Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week after her win over Colorado’s then No. 113 ranked Linda Huang to help spark the Owls to a 4-3 win in match that lasted nearly five hours… Ranked 51st in doubles with Zhang after posting a 12-6 mark at singles in the spring… 3-4 vs. ranked opponents, including a 6-3 win over Oregon’s then #17 Alyssa Tobita and Sweta Sangwan during the ITA Kickoff. Fall: Captured the Texas ITA Regional doubles title in the fall to earn a berth in the ITA National Fall Championship... Captured the title with a thrilling third set tiebraker win over Texas’ Marta Perez-Mur and Dani Wagland, 3-6, 6-4, 7-6 (8)... Qualified for the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships in Indian Wells, California and reached the semifinals of the consolation round.
Spring: Finished the season with a career-best 13-5 record, including a 9-3 mark at the first line in singles… Earned first-team, All-Conference USA honors in both singles and doubles as well as earning Outstanding Singles of the Championship and teaming with Wendy Zhang to earn Outstanding Doubles... Finished 3-3 vs. ranked opponents, including a pair of wins over ranked foes at the C-USA Championship… Handed UTSA’s No. 100 Miriam Rosell Canudas her first defeat of the year, 6-1, 6-3 in the opener and then downed North Texas’ No. 76 Maria Kononova 6-4, 6-2. Was leading FIU’s #39 Andrea Lazaro 6-4, 5-7, 3-1 when the match was abandoned as the Owls clinched the title… Vaulted 29 spots in the ITA rankings after C-USA and currently stands 81st… C-USA Athlete of the Week after defeating Texas’ #26 Bianca Turati 6-3, 6-3… Won a career-high 12 doubles matches this year, finishing 12-5 with Wendy Zhang and currently ranked 77th… Duo was 11-5 at the first line and won seven of their last 10… 2-0 at the C-USA Championship, clinching the doubles point against both North Texas and FIU and held a 6-5 lead vs. UTSA when the Owls clinched the point. Fall: Split a pair of doubles matches with Wendy Zhang at the 2016 Riviera/ITA All-American Championships. .
Spring: Posted a 10-12 dual record in her first year of playing at No. 1 singles and added a 10-1 mark in tournament action, including the singles title at the Midland Invitational… Delivered the clinch point three times, including a road win over #56 USF that snapped a six match losing streak for the Owls and started them on a strong finish, winning six of last seven en route to the C-USA title… Named C-USA Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week after outlasting Arizona’s #64 Lauren Marker, 5-7, 7-6 (0), 7-6 (7) … Saw 10 of her 21 dual singles matches stretched to three sets… Combined with Alison Ho on a 6-10 mark in doubles... Fall: Had a strong start to the fall, winning the Midland Invite singles title and earning C-USA Women's Tennis Athlete of the Month for September...Finished the Fall 7-1 in singles and 4-3 in doubles... Won her first seven singles matches of the fall before falling to Houston's 42nd ranked Despoina Vogasari in the Rice Invite semis.
2014-15 (Freshman)Spring: Fought off early season ankle injury to finish the year 6-6 in singles and 9-4 in doubles... Earned first team All C-USA honors in doubles with Alison Ho and second team honors in singles. Combined with Ho to earn Outstanding Doubles of the C-USA Championship after clinching the doubles point in two of three wins, finishing the weekend 3-0 by a combined score of 24-7... Unbeaten in nine of their last 11 matches... Five of last seven wins delivered the doubles point to Rice... Played both at 3 & 4 in singles lineup before setting in the fourth spot at the end of the year... Fall : Led team with a 13-4 record in singles during the fall and was 8-0 in doubles... Posted an unbeaten weekend in both singles and doubles at Houston's Jason's Deli Collegiate Invitational... Reached the quarterfinals of the before dropping a three-set match to Pepperdine's 20th ranked Lorraine Guillermo, 6-7, 6-2, 11-9... One half of the Owls' touted recruiting class that was ranked 12th nationally and the top among mid-major programs by tennisrecruiting.net.
Ranked as high as #1 in the Southern section and #17 on tennisrecruiting.net... Gold ball winnner at USTA Winter Supernationals in the girls 16's age division... Placed second in the Southern Closed Championships the summer before senior year... Winner of USTA National titles and Southern Designated tournaments in singles and doubles... Selected to represent the Southern section at Intersectionals in Shreveport, LA... Member of the title winning Southern section team at the Girls' National Team Championships in Claremont, CA in 2013.
Full Name: Lindsey Marie Hodge... Born: 9/5/95, at Alpharetta, Georgia... Parents: Doug Hodge and Kim Glass... one sister......National Merit Scholarship Winner... Sport Management major with a Business minor.