Lindsey, a 5â€™2â€ť 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 â€śMost Promisingâ€ť from the program.Â Lindsey has also been on the A-B Honor Roll and was named â€śMost Enthusiastic Studentâ€ť.
â€śKayla was vital to our success this year,â€ť said Stesiak.Â â€śI am glad she will be able to continue her playing career while working toward her academic goals.â€ť
Lindsey, who plans to study nursing, was equally optimistic about her future with the Lady Chargers.
â€śI am very excited to continue playing next year,â€ť said Lindsey.Â â€śIâ€™m thankful to my coaches and my team for everything theyâ€™ve done for me.â€ť
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 â€“ Kayla Lindsey.Â Row 2 (L to R) â€“ Rochester head coach Tony Stesiak, Rochester High School Athletic Director Mark Miller, Ancilla College womenâ€™s basketball assistant coach Bruce Hirschey.