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Lydia Dimke
Lydia  Dimke

Class:
Graduate Student

Hometown:
Ham Lake, Minn.

High School:
Blaine

Last College:
Creighton

Height:
6-3

Experience:
1L


AWARDS/HONORS
  • 2016 AVCA First Team All-East Region
  • 2016 AVCA Third Team All-American
  • 2016 BIG EAST Player of the Year
  • 2016, 2017 First Team All-BIG EAST
  • 2016 Creighton Female Athlete of the Year

  • 2018
  • Played in the team's first dual of the season, beating No. 11 Georgia State, but broke her foot during the match.
  • Returned from the injury for the final weekend of the regular season, going 2-2 at the Palmetto Invite with teammate Aubrey Ezell.
  • Earned a spot in the No. 5 pair for the NCAA tournament with teammate Franky Harrison.

  • PREVIOUS SCHOOL
  • Transferred to Creighton after spending her freshman and sophomore seasons at Purdue.
  • Blossomed after joining the Bluejays, earning AVCA as a First Team All-East Region, Third Team All-American, BIG EAST Player of the Year, and First Team All-BIG EAST in 2016.
  • Her 1,454 assists as a junior were the second-most in the country, and her 17 double-doubles were 12th-most nationally.
  • Helped Creighton reach the Elite Eight in 2016.
  • The Bluejays earned the No. 9 national seed for the 2017 NCAA tournament, after finishing 25-6 and winning the BIG EAST
  • Orchestrated an offense that ranked 15th in the country in both kills per set (14.37) and hitting percentage (.281).

  • HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB
  • Three-time All-State and all-conference choice.
  • Led the state of Minnesota in aces as a junior, while also earning team MVP honors, after leading her team to a third-place finish at state, and conference and section championships.
  • 2013 Under Armour All-America First Team honoree.

  • PERSONAL
  • Daughter of Bob and Mary Dimke
  • Has brothers Dylan and Wyatt and a sister, Sydney.
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