Dakota Wesleyan senior Elizabeth Lamb was presented the annual KMIT-Student Athlete award by sports director Tim Smith at the DWU Hall of Fame Banquet Saturday night. The award is based 50% on athletic accomplishments and 50% on academics, leadership and service. Lamb was a All-Conference guard on the Tiger basketball team and finished in the top ten in the nation in assist/turnover ratio. Despite a serious knee injury, Lamb closed her career only 13-points shy of 1,000. She carries a 3.93 grade point average with a double major in accounting and criminal justice.
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