|Full name||Lindsay Marie Stalzer|
|Born||July 25, 1984|
Peoria, Illinois, United States
|Height||185 cm (6 ft 1 in)|
|Weight||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Spike||280 cm (110 in)|
|Block||277 cm (109 in)|
|Current club||F2 Logistics Cargo Movers|
As a professional volleyball player, she won the 2008-2009 Spanish Cup second place and Spanish League bronze medallist with Valeriano Alles Menorca Volei, 2011-2012 Swiss League runner up with Sagres Neuchatel, 2015 Thai-Denmark Super League second place with 3BB Nakornnont. In the Philippine Super Liga she won the 2014 Grand Prix first Best Outside Spiker and the 2015 Grand Prix Most Valuable Player and league title. She won the 2016 Finnish League championship with HPK Naiset and the 2017 Indonesian Proliga with Jakarta Elektrik PLN.
Stalzer was born on 25 July 1984 in Peoria, Illinois and went to Bradley University majoring in mechanical engineering. She is 185 cm (6 ft 1 in) tall 70 kilograms (150 lb). Stalzer is one of the many popular international volleyball players in the Philippines. She was chosen as the muse of a popular basketball team in the Philippine Basketball Association.
Stalzer signed her first professional contract with the Puerto Rican club Aguadilla Divas for the 2007 season. The Spanish club Valeriano Alles Menorca Volei signed Stalzer for the 2008-2009 season to perform as an outside hitter. After the appointed Brazilian coach Emmanuel Haele was unable to enter to Spain for lacking a work permit and later forced to be replaced because of the time consuming bureaucratic procedures, she was instructed to obtain it to avoid the same situation. Her club won the silver medal in the 2008-2009 Spanish Cup after losing in the final to CAV Murcia 2005. She also helped her club to win the Spanish Superliga third place. After the season spent in Menorca, she played the 2009-2010 season with the Spanish club Cala de Finestrat.
For the 2010/11, Stalzer moved to Slovenia to play with Nova KBM Branik Maribor, having a fourth-place finish in the Middle European Volleyball Zonal Association League, MEVZA League, she then signed with the Swiss club Sagres Neuchatel, playing with them the 2011-12 CEV Cup, succeeding in the first round against the Serbian Radnički Belgrado but being defeated by the Greek AEK Atene. She returned with Sagres Neuchatel for the 2012-13 season, playing the 2012–13 CEV Cup defeating Irmato Weert from Netherlands, but lost to the Austrian Askö Linz-Steg in the 1/8 finals, as well as a fourth place in the league. The German club Allianz MTV Stuttgart was the home for Stalzer for the 2013-14.
In 2014, Stalzer played in the Philippines for the Cignal HD Spikers in the season ending 2014 PSL Grand Prix Conference. Even though she was awarded 1st Best Outside Spiker, her club only managed to rank fourth.
After her first Philippine experience, Stalzer travelled to Thailand to join 3BB Nakornnont where she helped the club to a Thailand League fourth-place finish, and leading the team as captain, a runner-up finish in the 2015 Thai-Denmark Super League. Stalzer went back to the PSL in December 2015, this time with the Foton Tornadoes helping the club to their first ever championship and was named Most Valuable Player.
Starting 2016, Stalzer played for the Finnish club HPK Naiset where she helped the squad to the championship, beating LP Viesti after a best-of-five series. She then returned to the Philippines with the club Foton Pilipinas for the 2016 Asian Club Championship. A back injury forced Stalzer to miss a couple of important matches against Vietnam and Japan. The team ended the tournament in 7th place. Stalzer later joined Foton Tornadoes in the 2016 PSL Grand Prix Conference, as the time that she was also included in the PSL-F2 Logistics Manila team that will see action in the 2016 FIVB Volleyball Women's Club World Championship.
Stalzer joined the Indonesian league club Jakarta Elektrik PLN, experience that she described a warm one thanks to the local environment and that she had previously heard about the Indonesian volleyball league. She suffered a knee injury before the semifinals, but could help her team to end that round unbeaten, winning with her club the local championship.
In September, Stalzer returned to the Philippine Superliga, joining the Petron Blaze Spikers for the 2017 PSL Grand Prix Conference in October 2017. The team placed 2nd in the tournament and Stalzer was awarded the 2nd Best Outside Spiker.
- Aguadilla Divas (2007)
- Stella ES Calais (2007–2008)
- Valeriano Alles Menorca Volei (2008–2009)
- Cala de Finestrat (2009–2010)
- Nova KBM Branik Maribor (2010–2011)
- Sagres Neuchatel (2011-2013)
- Allianz MTV Stuttgart (2013–2014)
- Cignal HD Spikers (2014)
- 3BB Nakornnont (2015)
- Foton Tornadoes (2015)
- HPK Naiset (2016)
- Foton Pilipinas (2016)
- PSL-F2 Logistics Manila (2016)
- Foton Tornadoes (2016)
- Jakarta Elektrik PLN (2017)
- Petron Blaze Spikers (2017)
- Petron Blaze Spikers (2018)
- Jakarta BNI 46 (2019)
- F2 Logistics Cargo Movers (2019)
- Bring It Promotions (2019)
- 2014 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "1st Best Outside Spiker"
- 2015 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "Most Valuable Player"
- 2017 Philippine SuperLiga Grand Prix "2nd Best Outside Spiker"
- 2018 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "Most Valuable Player"
- 2019 VTV9 Cup VTV Binh Dien International Women's Volleyball Cup "Most Valuable Player"
- 2008-09 Spanish Cup – Runner-Up, with Valeriano Alles Menorca Volei
- 2008-09 Spanish League – Bronze medal, with Valeriano Alles Menorca Volei
- 2011-12 Swiss League – Runner-Up, with Sagres Neuchatel
- 2015 Thai-Denmark Super League – Runner-Up, with 3BB Nakornnont
- 2015 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix – Champion, with Foton Tornadoes
- 2016 Finnish League - Champion, with HPK Naiset
- 2016 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix – Champion, with Foton Tornadoes
- 2017 Indonesian Proliga – Champion, with Jakarta Elektrik PLN
- 2017 Philippine SuperLiga Grand Prix – Runner-Up, with Petron Blaze Spikers
- 2018 Philippine SuperLiga Grand Prix – Champion, with Petron Blaze Spikers
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