A standout player at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wis., Lindsay Schultz came to The Hilltop in July 2012 after spending the previous year as an assistant coach at Wisconsin-Parkside and is in her second year at Bradley.
Her first season on The Hilltop, saw the Braves finish 2012-13 with their best Missouri Valley Conference record (8-10) and finish (6th) since the 2009-10 season. A high-powered Bradley offense, averaged a league-best 71.3 points per game to rank 21st in the nation and the Braves also averaged a league-high 10.4 steals per contest. BU ranked among the best free throw shooting teams in the nation, making a school season record 78.1 percent of its free throw attempts in 2012-13.
In 2012-13, Katie Yohn was a Second-Team All-Valley honoree after ranking among the league leaders with team-best averages in scoring (12.2 ppg), rebounding (6.7 rpg), steals (2.4 spg) and blocks. Yohn, who also ranked among the top 15 in the MVC in assists, earned First-Team MVC Scholar-Athlete honors and was one of four Bradley individuals to garner MVC scholar-athlete recognition.
A native of Glendale, Wis., Schultz helped the Rangers to a 24-6 record, Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) title and an NCAA Midwest Regional Final appearance in 2011-12. In addition, UW-Parkside produced a pair of First-Team All-GLVC selections during the 2011-12 campaign and two GLVC All-Defensive team selections as the Rangers limited opponents to 58.3 points per game and boasted a league-best +10.9 points per game scoring margin.
Schultz joined the staff at Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2006-07 as the team's Director of Basketball Operations and Video Coordinator, before spending the next three seasons as an assistant coach with the Panthers. Working primarily with the squad's post players, she helped coach center Traci Edwards, who was a two-time Horizon League Player of the Year selection and the all-time leading scorer in Horizon League history. An all-region selection as a senior in 2008-09, Edwards is also the all-time leading collegiate scorer in the state of Wisconsin.
A 2004 Cardinal Stritch graduate with bachelor of arts in mathematics and secondary education, Schultz served as assistant coach at her alma mater for the 2005-06 season where she helped the Wolves to the NAIA Division II Elite Eight and a 28-5 record.
Schultz also coached at the high school level prior to returning to Cardinal Stritch, serving as assistant varsity coach at Nicolet High School. She coached AAU basketball, guiding the Rising Force Basketball Academy in Milwaukee, Wis., for six years.
A two-time NAIA All-American Scholar recipient, Schultz was given the NAIA Champions of Character Award in 2004 and helped the Crusaders to three NAIA Tournament appearances. During her junior season, Cardinal Stritch posted a school-record 31 victories.
Schultz spent the 2010-11 season as a graduate assistant with the women's basketball team at Cardinal Stritch, earning a master's degree in sport management in December 2011.
Her mother Jody (Bronson) is the women's tennis coach at Marquette, while her sister Corey played basketball at Marquette and was head coach at Nicolet High School for nine years where she won the 2011 state title and six conference titles. Lindsay's brother Tanner is an assistant coach with the men's basketball staff at Saint Louis.