MARCH COMES IN LIKE A RED LION

LINCOLN, IL – Two former student athletes were honored Saturday when they were inducted into the Lincoln Christian University’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Kevin McCaster and Anne Sheets were presented with individual plaques and sweaters along with having permanent plaques added to the Hall of Fame Wall in the Laughlin Center on the campus of LCU.

Anne Sheets, Class of 1995, presented her award by former women’s basketball coach Nancy Siddens, was recognized for her achievements in both basketball and volleyball. Her basketball achievements from 1991-1994 included being named as a NCCAA All-American, NCCAA All Mid-West Region Team, and five all tournament teams. Sheets was a starter all four years and the Capitan in her senior year. She scored 907 points, had 595 rebounds, shot 50% from the field and 73% from the free throw line. She also recorded 162 assists and 119 steals during her career. On the Volleyball team from 1991-1993 she was named to the NCCAA All-Midwest Regional team, played in 284 games with 2,056 assists, 198 kills, 132 blocks and 247 service aces.

Kevin McCaster played his first two years of college basketball at Lincoln College and then transferred to Lincoln Christian University where he played from 1983-1985. McCaster was presented his award by former coach and Athletic Director Lynn Laughlin. His Coach from Lincoln College Al Pickering was also present to honor McCaster. McCaster was a NCCAA All-American, named to the NCCAA All-Region Team, was on three All-Tournament teams as he played 51 games for LCU, scored 818 points, gathered in 571 rebounds and shot 54% from the field during his career.

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2 responses to “MARCH COMES IN LIKE A RED LION

  1. Earl Kleinhenz

    The Red Lions are so cool! This is where I want to play when I graduate now! My faith is very important to me and I can share it at a school like this.

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