Lewis-Clark State College
Lingnaw selected to NAIA's first team
Senior outside hitter Kymm Lingnaw of Sumner Wash., has been named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) All-America first-team as a result of a stellar performance this year. It marks the second straight year she earned such honors. Selection was announced following the NAIA Championship tournament last week in Kankakee, Ill.
Lingnaw's name will occupy several prominent places in the LCSC record books, a written chronicle of her four years as a starter. Excluding her national tournament statistics (including 109 individual games), Lingnaw climbed to the top of the college's record for single-season kills (484), breaking her own record of 460 set last year. She finishes her four years at LCSC with 1,666 kills, also an LCSC record, and holds the single-season record for digs at 550 (established in 1996).
Lingnaw also holds the record for the number of matches in which she recorded double-figure kills, 89; double-figure digs, 87; matches with 20 or more kills, 18; and matches with 20 or more digs, 17. She has proven nearly as adapt from the serving line as well, ranking fifth in career service aces at LCSC.
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