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Lindsey Munoz (Ziegenhirt)

Co-Head Coach, Lady Magic 2002

Member, Lady Magic 5H Club



Career Highlights





Lindsey was invited to travel to Italy as a guest member of the USSSA Pride Professional Softball team for an exhibition tour against the Italian National team. While there, Lindsey and the Pride provided instructional clinics to youth coaches to help improve the level of play throughout Italy.



After finishing her senior year at Cal Berkeley, Lindsey was selected to the United States Women's National Futures team. A year later, in 2013, Lindsey made the big club when she was named the starting catcher for the US Womens National Team. Representing her country on the world stage, Lindsey and her teammates won Silver in the World Cup of Softball as well as the Canada Cup before claiming GOLD at the Pan American Games qualifying tournament. Click HERE to see Lindsey's Team USA profile.



At UC Berkeley, Lindsey did it all. In her rookie season, she started all 63 games for the Bears, and posted a .253 overall batting average. Leading the Bears with 15 home runs, 58  RBI’s and a .542 slugging percentage, she also totaled 13 doubles and 109 bases. Behind the dish, she had 474 put-outs and 41 assists to a .992 fielding percentage. Her freshman performance earned her an Honorable Mention on the All Pac12 Team and place on the Pac12 All-Freshman Team accolade.


In her second season she started 56 games for the Bears in route to thie inagural Pac12 championship and first appearance in the Womens College World Series in almost a decade. Again the defensive team leader with 347 put-outs, she posted another 8 home runs at the plate finishing second on the team with 33 RBI's.


Lindsey's junior year saw her Bears head back to the Women's College World Series for the second time during her Cal tenure, finishing 3rd after losing to eventual Champion Alabama.


Her senior season was a triumphant finish to her collegiate experience. Appearing in 54 games for the Bears, Lindsey posted carrer highs in Home Runs (17) and Slugging Percentage (.562). She finished her Cal career fourth in All-Time career homeruns (42), fifth in single season HR's (17), and fifth in career RBI's (151).  Click HERE to see Lindsey's Cal Profile.


  • Fourth in single-season home runs (17)

  • Fourth in career home runs (42)

  • Fifth in career RBI's (151)

  • Winner, Oscar Geballe postgraduate scholarship

  • 2012 NCAA Divison 1 WCWS Participant

  • 2011 NCAA Divison 1 WCWS Participant

  • 2011 Pac-12 Champions

  • Two Time Pac-12 Player of the Week

  • 2013 Pac-12 Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year  

  • 2013 Capital One/CoSIDA All-Academic All-American  

  • 2013 Capital One/CoSIDA All-Academic  First Team  

  • 2013 NFCA All-Pacific Region First Team  

  • 2013 All-Pac-12 Second Team  

  • 2012 Pac-12 Academic All-Conference First Team 

  • 2011 Pac-12 Academic All-Conference First Team 

  • 2010 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention  

  • 2010 Pac-10 All-Freshman Team 



Lindsey displayed her versatility and winning determination while playing for Sheldon High School. A four year starter at Sheldon, Lindsey played 3b and Catcher. She set several school records during her playing career and finished with a .413 batting average, 144 RBI's, and 29 career home runs.


Lindsey lead the Huskies to consecutive Sac Joaquin Division I Championships, having finished in the runner-up position as a freshman and again her senior season. Lindsey was named the 2008 and 2009 EA Sports HS All-American Teams, and in 2009 was an Under Armour 1st team HS All-American.



Lindsey began playing softball at the age of 9, and a year later began playing travel ball. Lindsey played her entire travel ball career for Lady Magic from 10u thru 18 Gold. During that time she won the NSA 12U Western World Series, had 3 top ten finishes at ASA  Nationals, won the 16U Boulder IDT Championship as well as the 16U BatBusters Best of the West.


In 2008, after winning the ASA Independence Day 16U Championship, Lindsey played an integral part in her team winning the ASA 16U Class A National Championships with 16 homeruns in seven games. In her final travel ball year, Lindsey signed a National Letter of Intent to play her collegiate softball at UC Berkeley.

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