Laura Lee Brown Inducted Into USA South Hall of Fame

(FAYETTEVILLE, NC) - The USA South Athletic Conference inducted its 2015 Hall of Fame Class on Sunday, May 3rd in a ceremony held on the campus of Methodist University. The 2015 class included former Greensboro College volleyball standout Laura Lee Brown along with three other former student-athletes.

Brown was a two time All-American and four-time All-Conference performer for the Greensboro College volleyball team. Also, Brown was named the Conference Player of the Year while leading her squad to two Conference Regular Season and Tournament championships during her career.

In 1991, Brown received several athletic and academic honors including the NCAA Woman of the Year honor from Hanes while also receiving the NCAA/Sara Lee Female of the Year award.

Also in 1991, Brown was inducted into the Greensboro College Athletic Hall of Fame.

Brown still has her name all over the Greensboro College volleyball record books to this day. Brown currently holds Greensboro College volleyball records for kills and service aces in a five-set match, blocks in a four-set match, seasonal and career kills per match average, and is one of five Greensboro volleyball players to have recorded a triple-double.

Finally, in 2005, Brown was named to the USA South Athletic Conference 25th Anniversary Team for women's athletics before being named 50th anniversary team in 2013.

 

Photo Above: Laura Lee Brown with her family along with former Greensboro College Head Coach Jean Lojko.