Linsey Longstreth ’06 was Ohio Wesleyan’s first All-American in softball. As a freshman, she batted .245 with 10 RBI and ranked third in the NCAC with 26 runs scored. She had a breakthrough season as a sophomore, setting an OWU record with a .406 batting average (fourth in the NCAC) and driving in 24 runs (fifth in the NCAC). She set OWU single-game records with 3 triples against Denison, 4 hits against Ohio Northern and Oberlin, and 9 total bases against Ohio Northern and Denison. She led the NCAC in slugging percentage (.672), on-base percentage (.503), runs scored (44), doubles (12), triples (9), and total bases (86), and ranked second in hits (52), all OWU season records. She was a first-team All-NCAC selection and a second-team All-America pick as Ohio Wesleyan went 28-15, shared the NCAC title with an 11-3 record, and advanced to the championship game of the NCAC tournament. Her junior year, she batted .393 (then second all-time at OWU) to rank second in the NCAC, hit 1 home run and drove in 22 runs. She set an OWU record with 4 runs scored against Merchant Marine. She led the NCAC in on-base percentage (.589), runs (34), and walks (24), tied for second in doubles (11), ranked third in batting average, hits (44), and tied for third in total bases (66). She was a first-team All-NCAC selection. Ohio Wesleyan finished 22-14, won the NCAC championship with an 11-3 record, and finished as runner-up in the NCAC tournament. As a senior, she batted .374 with 1 HR and 23 RBI. She set an OWU record with 4 stolen bases vs. St. Norbert. She led the league in walks (30) and ranked second in on-base percentage (.497), third in runs scored (40), and tied for third in doubles (14). She was a second-team all-conference pick. Ohio Wesleyan advanced to the championship game of the NCAC tournament. She set OWU career records for at bats (510), runs (144), doubles (48), triples (18), total bases (269), walks (87), and on-base percentage (.451) and ranked second all-time in hits (179) and third in slugging percentage (.527) and RBI (79). Her career batting average of .351 ranked third all-time. During her 4 years, Ohio Wesleyan was 93-70 (.571), including 38-18 (.679) in the NCAC, won 2 NCAC championships, and reached the NCAC tournament all 4 years, finishing as runner-up 3 times.