The Spartan Hall of Fame will induct seven new members at its Hall of Fame Banquet and Fundraiser April 30. Over the next few days, The Daily will provide a look at the inductees—from their CWRU accomplishments to where they are today.
Lindsey Sech (formerly Lindsey Deyer; CWR ’01) is arguably the best player in the history of Spartan volleyball. In just three seasons at middle blocker, she totaled CWRU career records with 1,680 kills, 142 service aces and 2,085.5 points. The Troy, Mich., native also ranks second in career attack percentage (.274) and total blocks (399) in addition to ranking ninth in digs (1,325). She was a first-team All-University Athletic Association pick in both 1999 and 2000 after being tabbed honorable mention during her sophomore year in 1998. Sech also earned second-team GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American honors as a systems engineering major in 2000.
Sech has worked for the Intel Corporation for 10 years. She began in engineering following graduation from CWRU and has since switched to marketing management. She and her husband, Dan, have been married for five years and have a 1-year-old daughter, Riley.
Posted by: Emily Mayock, April 12, 2011 08:41 AM | News Topics:
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