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2011-13 (Tyler Junior College): Lindell was one of the top golfers the past two seasons for coach Sandy Terry at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas. In his career, he averaged 75.39 strokes in 51 rounds. As a sophomore in 2012-13, Lindell posted a team-low 75.48 strokes per round, including a career-low 68. He helped the Apaches finish ninth as a team at the NJCAA National Championship, as he won two individual tournament titles during the season. During his freshman season in 2011-12, he shot 75.31 strokes per round, as Tyler finished second in the team standings at the NJCAA National Championship. He was named to the Ping All-American Second Team and the GCAA All-Freshman Team. He was a two-time all-region honoree at Tyler.
High School: Lindell was part of a successful program at Sheridan High School under Larry Martoglio and Jim Friesen. Playing alongside current Cowboy Kamrin Allen, Lindell was all-conference four years and all-state twice, including winning both individual titles as a freshman. As a team, Sheridan won three conference titles and two state titles with Lindell. He was also a member of the 2008-09 America's Cup Team.
Personal: Lindell was born on February 5. 1992. He is the son of Dawn Lindell and has one sister, Hilary. He plans on majoring in finance at UW.