Lisa (Lippincott '93) Campion

Lisa Lippincott concluded her stellar four-year volleyball career at Grove City College by earning Second Team All-America and Presidents' Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player honors as a senior in 1992.

A graduate of nearby Hickory High School, Lippincott helped lead the Wolverines to conference titles in both 1989 and 1992.

She set a new single-season program record with 386 kills in 1992 and ranked among the national leaders with a 3.62 kill average. That kill average also set a new single-season Grove City record.

Lippincott graduated as Grove City's all-time kills leader with 1,036. She earned First Team All-PAC in 1991 and 1992 and also received All- Region recognition from the American Volleyball Coaches Association in each of those two seasons. She received the teamís MVP award in 1992 and as a freshman in 1989, she earned Second Team All-Conference recognition.

Lippincott credits Grove City's team mentality and her teammates, notably setters Renee Stas and Jeannie Annan, for her individual honors and statistical milestones.

During Lippincott's career, Grove City recorded four straight winning seasons, 92 overall wins and a 27-5 conference record under the guidance of head coach Susan Roberts.

Following her career, Lippincott received an invitation to try out for the United States Olympic Festival.

She graduated with a bachelor's degree in education in 1993 and added a master's degree in specialized education from Illinois State University in 2000.