Lindsey Partridge enters her third season with the Wolves and second as a full-time assistant coach. In addition to her on court duties, Partridge is the recruiting coordinator for the program.
In her first season as a full-time assistant the Wolves went 23-7 overall, qualifying for their third NCAA Regional appearance in school history. Northern finished the season ranked at No. 12 in the AVCA Top-25 Poll.
Partridge joined the Wolves in the fall of 2016 as a graduate assistant coach. The Wolves went 16-12 overall and 9-11 in her first season with the program, however remained ranked in the AVCA Top-25 throughout the year including a No. 21 final ranking. As the Wolves assistant coach, she will work with the Northern State defensive scheme and middle hitters.
In the off season, Partridge coached with the North East South Dakota Junior Olympic 16u team based in Aberdeen in 2016 and the 18 elite team in 2017. In her first two tournaments in 2016, NESD Red finished first and second overall.
Partridge played collegiately at Missouri Western State University. With the Griffons, Partridge appeared in 98 matches and 331 sets. She recorded 477 career kills, while hitting .219, and add 260 blocks. As a senior she notched a career high 190 kills and was named to the All-MIAA Honorable Mention team. She was also a 4-year member of the MIAA Academic Honor Roll. Partridge also spent the past two years coaching at the 14u club level. She graduated from MWSU with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education in May of 2016.
The Savannah, Missouri native is working towards her master's degree in Sports Performance and Leadership at Northern State.