Lindsay Reidenbach
Lindsay Reidenbach
Height: 5-5
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
High School: The Bolles School
Previous College: Samford
Major: Political Science
Parents: Jay & Rhonda Reidenbach

Junior (2009-10):

Reidenbach recorded her second 20-win singles campaign in as many seasons as an Eagle, going 21-5 during the 2009-10 season.  She finished the season on a seven-match winning streak, and won 14 of her last 15 matches in 2010.  Her singles record included a record of 18-4 during Emory's dual matches, and a 6-0 mark as the team's fifth singles player.  Reidenbach earned all-UAA first team honors for her fifth singles play during the UAA Tournament.  In doubles play during the season, she notched a record of 16-7, teaming with both Sara Vrabec and Jordan Wylie.  During the Wilson/ ITA Fall South Region Championships, Reidenbach advanced to the semifinals of the singles bracket, and the finals of the doubles tournament.  She was presented with the team's Sportsmanship Award at the conclusion of the season.  At the end of her first two seasons on the team, Reidenbach's 45-9 career singles record gives her a .833 winning percentage, the sixth-best mark in the program's history.

Sophomore (2008-09):

In her first season following her transfer from Samford University, Reidenbach proved to be one of Emory's top players, sharing the team's co-Most Valuable Player honors with National Champion Lorne McManigle.  The sophomore went 24-4 during the season, including a mark of 22-3 in dual matches for Emory.  Reidenbach won 21 of her final 22 matches of the season, including 20-consecutive matches at one point.  She was named to the all-UAA first team as the fourth singles player, after going 3-0 at the University Athletic Association Tournament.  Reidenbach also went 12-7 in doubles matches for Emory, including a trip to the finals of the doubles bracket of the Wilson/ ITA Atlantic South Regional Championship with Sara Vrabec.


2008-09 All-UAA Fourth Singles First Team
2009-10 All-UAA Fifth Singles First Team

Prior to Emory:

Played for one season at Samford University before transferring to Emory, recording a 13-4 record during her freshman year, including a 5-2 mark in dual matches as the sixth-singles player... Attended the Bolles School, where she earned letters for three seasons, winning three state championships... Coached by Tina Ganger-Smith... Also ran cross country in high school.


Born April 23, 1989


"I love Atlanta, and Emory has a great reputation, in both its academics and athletics, and has a good program for my major."