Wayne State College

Lexie Lenihan Loos

Inducted: 2022

Lexie Loos Lenihan was a four-year starting center fielder for the Wildcat softball team from 2013-16. The Millard North graduate posted two of the best individual seasons ever by a Wildcat softball player as a junior and senior. She posted single season school record batting averages of .467 to earn All-American honors both seasons. In the 2015 season as a junior, Lenihan set single season school records for average (.467), hits (93), runs scored (53) and total bases (118) in 54 games, ranking second in the NSIC in average and hits, fourth in runs scored and fifth in on-base percentage. Lenihan hit .467 again in her senior season in 2016 and was named NSIC Player of the Year, First Team All-NSIC, First Team All-Central Region and NFCA All-American Second Team while also being named CoSIDA Academic All-American First Team. Loos Lenihan had 92 hits, a school-record 58 runs scored and reached base safely in 52 of 53 games. She was one of 25 finalists for NFCA Division II National Player of the Year as a senior. Lenihan finished her WSC career first in runs scored (158), third in hits (250), fifth in stolen bases (46), seventh in total bases (297) and at bats (622). She was a two-time All-American, First Team All-NSIC and All-Central Region and Academic All-American during senior season. Lexie was inducted into the WSC Athletic Hall of Fame on October 29, 2022.