Amber Lindfors

#24 Amber Lindfors

Pos. C
Ht. 6-4
Yr. So.
Hometown Elk Grove Village, Ill.
High School (Prev. School) Elk Grove

2015-16: Started 29 times for head coach Tracey Dorow as a freshman...finished the year with the second-most blocks (71) in a single season in program history...scored two points and squeezed two boards in her collegiate debut at Butler (Nov. 13)...grabbed six rebounds and pitched in seven points versus No. 3 Notre Dame on Nov. 23...chipped in four points, secured five rebounds and swatted two shots at San Diego (Nov. 27)...stuffed six shots - the third-most ever in a game by a Crusader - versus Miami (Ohio) on Dec. 2nd...logged 13 minutes at Louisville (Dec. 5)...corralled a season-high nine boards versus Cardinal Stritch (Dec. 7)...rejected two shots, squeezed four rebounds, and scored eight points versus Akron (Dec. 9)...notched her first career double-double versus IU-Northwest (Dec. 12) as she poured in 13 points, 10 rebounds and blocked six shots...matched a season-high in rebounds against SIU-Edwardsville (Dec. 19) with 10 in addition to swatting three shots in a 69-56 victory...paced the Crusaders in scoring (15) and rebounding (11) in Valpo’s 88-22 rout of IU-Kokomo (Dec. 21), collecting her second double-double in three games in the process...made a basket in seven minutes played in a 61-60 victory at Northern Kentucky (Dec. 30)...returned to the floor Jan. 9th to an 81-66 home victory over Oakland where she squeezed nine rebounds, blocked a shot and tossed in four points...swatted two shots at Green Bay (Jan. 14)...collected her 29th and 30th blocks of the season at Milwaukee (Jan. 16) in addition to two points...moved into Valpo’s Top 10 for blocks in a season after rejecting two shots to go with 10 points and nine rebounds in a 66-59 win over Cleveland State (Jan. 21) Sarah Cash to five first-half points while blocking two shots in Valpo’s 65-60 triumph vs. Youngstown State on Jan. 23rd...swatted five shots and was 3-for-3 from the floor for five points vs. UIC (Jan. 30)...blocked another five shots against Wright State (Feb. 4) while adding seven rebounds..rejected two shots versus Northern Kentucky (Feb. 6) to tie Deb Lahti’s single-season mark of 46...smothered eight rebounds, dished out two assists, and blocked two shots at Oakland on Feb. 11th...swatted away her 49th and 50th shots of the season at Detroit (Feb. 13), moving into third place all-time in a single season in program history while also squeezing seven rebounds and scoring six points (3-6 FG)...scored six points on 3-of-5 shooting vs. Milwaukee (Feb. 18) while recording three boards and two blocked shots...rejected three shots vs. Green Bay (Feb. 20)...hauled in five rebounds and was 3-of-4 from the field at YSU (Feb. 26)...matched her season high in blocks with six at Cleveland State (Feb. 29) in addition to scoring three points and garnering five boards...blocked her 63rd shot of the season in Valpo’s 80-74 win at UIC on March 5th...squeezed eight rebounds and stuffed five shots in Valpo’s Horizon League Championship-opening win over Detroit (Mar. 10), moving her into second place all-time for blocked shots in a season with 68...stuffed three shots in the season finale versus Northern Kentucky (Mar. 11).

Prep: Lindfors averaged 12.2 points, 10.8 rebounds and amassed 122 blocks as a senior for Elk Grove High School (Ill.). She accumulated 16 double-doubles in her senior season and recorded five or more blocks in a game on eleven separate occasions. Lindfors earned a No. 194 ranking in the country by the Dan Olson Collegiate Girls Basketball Report. The post player was also ranked the No. 30 player in the Chicago Area by the Bret McCormick All Star Girls Report. Lindfors was awarded all-conference and all-area honors in both basketball and volleyball.

Personal: Daughter of Pam and Ron Lindfors... Born on May 4, 1997... Major is undecided.