Lindsey Quisenberry (formerly Lawrence) is in her fifth season as the director of operations for the 11-time national champion Texas A&M equestrian team.
Quisenberry is responsible for all travel, setting up contracts for shows, and organizing and administering recruiting weekends and team functions. In addition, she contributes to team fundraising, planning the Aggies' annual Mane Event. Quisenberry is also in charge of the Texas A&M Bit & Bridle Club.
A four-year letterwinner for the Aggies from 2005-08, Quisenberry was a key part of the program when it made the transition from IHSA to the new Varsity Equestrian format.
In her first two seasons, Quisenberry competed primarily in the intermediate flat and over fences events for Texas A&M. As a sophomore, she earned the runner-up spot in intermediate flat at regionals and placed third in the event at the Zone 7 Championships.
Quisenberry picked up a pair of victories as a junior in her first year of varsity riding, including a big 11-point win against Fresno State in the second round of the Varsity Equestrian National Championships.
As a senior, Quisenberry was the Aggies’ top flat rider, posting a 10-5-2 mark and helping lead the hunter seat squad to the championship round of the Varsity Equestrian National Championships. She earned her first career MVP award with a 14 ½-point win over New Mexico State.
Quisenberry attended Heidelberg High School (Germany), Groton-Dunstable High School (Massachusetts) and Lawrence Academy (Massachusetts) before settling in College Station, where she graduated from A&M Consolidated High School in 2004.
A three-time Texas A&M/Verizon Scholar-Athlete Award winner, she earned a degree in sports management from Texas A&M in 2008. Upon graduation, she worked for a year as Assistant to the CEO at the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation. She is the daughter of Geoff and Denise Lawrence of Georgetown.
The former Lindsey Lawrence married Texas A&M Assistant Media Relations Director Adam Quisenberry in July of 2012. They live in College Station with their standard poodle, Lucy.