Honors and Awards
- First-Team Academic All-Big 12 (2002, 2003, 2004)
- Big 12 Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll (Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Spring 2004)
Lindsey Ingram was solid in the midfield for the Huskers in 2004. She started 22 of Nebraska's 23 games, with her only missed start coming against Colorado on Oct. 29, when a knee injury forced her to miss the entire game. Despite her injury, Ingram started every postseason game for the Huskers. One of the emotional leaders, the Littleton, Colo., native produced two goals and four assists in 2004.
Against Eastern Illinois, she scored her first goal of the season to put the Huskers up 2-0. She also scored Nebraska's first goal against Creighton.
Ingram's four assists matched her career high, which she set in 2003. She also finished just one goal and two points shy of equaling her career highs in each of those categories.
Off the field, Ingram was named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll and was a first-team academic All-Big 12 selection.
Ingram spent a majority of her junior campaign on the backline for the Huskers, starting all 22 games.
The Littleton, Colo., native added offensive power as well, finishing with 10 points on three goals and four assists.
Ingram scored her first goal of the season against Iowa State and posted a goal in Nebraska's win over Oklahoma on a penalty kick.
She also scored the first goal of the game in her home state against Colorado to give NU a 1-0 lead before falling 3-1 to the Buffaloes.
In addition to her offensive skills, Ingram helped the Nebraska defense post a 1.51 goals-against average in 2003, while helping hold opponents to a total of 159 shots on goal during the season.
Off the field, Ingram was named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters and was a first-team Academic All-Big 12 selection.
Ingram battled injuries during her freshman year, but played well as a sophomore, competing in every game with 21 starts.
Ingram scored her first collegiate goal against Drake on Sept. 17. She also posted two assists on the season (Belmont and Indiana State).
Ingram scored the game-winning goal against Kansas in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Tournament. She sent in a powerful header to win the first-round game, 2-1 as NU won the Big 12 Tournament.
In the classroom, Ingram was named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll for the spring semester.
Ingram saw action off the bench in 10 games for the Huskers, firing 13 shots, including four on goal. She took four shots in Nebraska's 8-1 victory over Texas Tech on Oct. 28.
Ingram was named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor roll in both the fall and spring semesters of her freshman year for her academic achievements.
Ingram helped Chatfield to a Colorado Class 5A runner-up finish in 2001. A team captain as a senior, Ingram earned all-state honors and was named an All-American by Student Sports Magazine. She was also an all-conference selection in 1999 and 2000.
For her efforts in the classroom, Ingram was also named to the academic-athletic honor roll in 2001.
Ingram also participated in track and field at Chatfield High School in 1998-99, earning all-state honors int he 4x800-meter relay.
In addition to her high school experience, Ingram helped the Colorado Rush to the Under-18 State Cup title in 2000.
The daughter of Kent and Linda Ingram, Lindsey has two sisters, Courtney, 21, and Cameron, 33. She was born on Feb. 17, 1983. Lindsey is a pre-nursing major.