Lindsey, a 5’2” point guard, has lettered the past two seasons under Zebras coach Tony Stesiak.
She was a Second Team All-Conference pick this year and led Rochester in free throw percentage.
As a freshman, she received the distinction of “Most Promising” from the program. Lindsey has also been on the A-B Honor Roll and was named “Most Enthusiastic Student”.
“Kayla was vital to our success this year,” said Stesiak. “I am glad she will be able to continue her playing career while working toward her academic goals.”
Lindsey, who plans to study nursing, was equally optimistic about her future with the Lady Chargers.
“I am very excited to continue playing next year,” said Lindsey. “I’m thankful to my coaches and my team for everything they’ve done for me.”
Ancilla College is a Catholic, two-year, co-educational, liberal arts college in Donaldson, Indiana sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.
Photo: Row 1 – Kayla Lindsey. Row 2 (L to R) – Rochester head coach Tony Stesiak, Rochester High School Athletic Director Mark Miller, Ancilla College women’s basketball assistant coach Bruce Hirschey.