Jake Lindstrom

#11 Jake Lindstrom

POSITION G
HEIGHT 6-0
WEIGHT 180
YEAR Jr.
HOMETOWN Cottage Grove, Minn. (Park HS)

Bemidji State (2009-10): Saw action in 20 games, starting seven...His 36-of-41 (87.8%) shooting from the charity stripe was tops on a team that finished fifth in the nation in free throw percentage… Played in 24.4 minutes per game, adding 19 steals which was fourth on the team...Scored in double-figures six times...Averaged 7.2 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. 

Bemidji State (2008-09): Posted 10.4 points per game, while playing in 26 contests, starting 15…His .831 free throw percentage was good for 10th in conference games…Surpassed the 20-point mark three times, including a career-high 25 point performance against the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (Dec. 20) and 22 points and seven rebounds in a overtime win at Dickinson State (Jan. 6)…His 21 field goal attempts against UW-River Falls was a career-high, as well as a team-high for the season…He also established a career-high and team-high for the season with 10 3-point field goals attempted against Dickinson State…Went a perfect 8-8 from the free throw line in the four overtime loss to the University of Minnesota Duluth, Feb. 25.

Park High School: Lindstrom averaged 24.1 points per game during his senior campaign rounding out his career with 1,726 points, good for second all-time at Park High School. A four-year basketball letter winner, he is a three-point specialist shooting 37-percent from behind the arc. He ends his career as the all-time three-point field goal leader at Park High. Lindstrom was a Suburban East All-Conference and All-State Honorable Mention performer his final three seasons. At the conclusion of his senior campaign he was a McDonald’s All-American nominee and was selected to the MBCA All Star game. He had 14 thirty-point games throughout his final two seasons, including a career-high 37-point performance Dec. 15, 2006 against Mounds View. The Cottage Grove native also notched 20 or more points in 41 of 53 games played during his final two seasons with the Wolf Pack. Lindstrom also earned athletic letters in football and tennis and has been a constant on the Park High School ‘A’ Honor Roll.

Personal: Born November 19, 1989...He is the son of Kris and Carrie Lindstrom....in his free time he enjoys basketball, jet skiing, fishing, camping, and volleyball...He is a business administration major and sports management minor at BSU.

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