- View all Inductees
Lindsey Koch Pittman
Lindsey Koch Pittman was a four-year volleyball standout from Norfolk that played at Wayne State from 1998-2001. She is Wayne State’s all-time leader in career kills with 1,651 and ranks second all-time in career digs with 1,874 and was one of the first players in school history to have 500 kills and 400 digs in the same season. Lindsey was a three-time All-NSIC First Team selection in volleyball and was Second Team Daktronics All-Central Region as a senior. During junior season, Koch Pittman helped WSC to a 24-9 record and tied for the NSIC regular season title with Southwest Minnesota State as both teams went 16-2 in league play. Lindsey was a three year team captain and was named the WSC Female Athlete of the Year in both 2001 and 2002. Koch was named the WSC Female Athlete of the Year as a junior (2001) and senior (2002) and is one of only six players in school history to have 1,000 career kills and 1,000 career digs in volleyball. Lindsey Koch Pittman was inducted into the WSC Athletic Hall of Fame on October 10, 2015.