Lindsey Wilt (Volleyball, 2000-2003) lettered four times as a setter for the Cavs. Wilt earned first-team All-AMC honors three times and played on three NAIA National Qualifying teams. Lindsey earned second-team All-AMC honors as a freshman despite missing three weeks due to a knee injury. She led the team in assists (594), assists per game (7.94), service aces (42), and aces per game (.52) and was voted the Cavs' Offensive Player of the Year. Wilt emerged as the Cavs starting setter as a sophomore earning first-team All-AMC, AMC Setter of the Year, and NAIA All-American honors. She received the same honors for the next two years as well. Lindsey led the team with 1,786 assists for a per game average of 11.75. She also led the team in aces (92), aces per game (.61), digs (455), digs per game (2.99), and hitting percentage (.341). She earned Setter of the Week honors in the AMC three times, was NAIA First-Team Region IX, and Walsh's Female Athlete of the Year. Wilt duplicated most honors her junior year, being named first-team All-AMC, AMC Setter of the Year, first-team NAIA Region IX, but would be named second-team NAIA All-American. She started every match and handed out 1,832 assists for a 13.09 average. She led the team in aces (83) and was named AMC Setter of the Week five times and NAIA Setter of the Week once. Wilt repeated all of her junior year honors as a senior as she helped the Cavs to their third straight regional title and NAIA National Tournament appearance. The tournament run was highlighted by the Cavs reaching the NAIA Elite Eight. Wilt handed out 1,753 assists, averaging 12.99 per game. She is currently second in career assists per game (11.70), second in service aces (258), and third in career assists (5,965).