A natural on the court, Kim Winner Seaver was a standout volleyball and basketball player at the Mount. Though it was not always easy being a two-sport athlete, Kim enjoyed the challenge and all she accomplished as a student-athlete. Some believe that Kim could easily be one of the Mount’s most well-rounded players. Kim was one of the stars on the volleyball team. She led the team to two league titles, two regional titles and two state titles in 1977 and 1979. In the national tournaments, Kim helped the Lions achieve seventh place (1977) and third place (1979). Equally as talented in basketball, Kim led the team to win one league title, three league runner-up titles, and state runner-up titles in 1977 and 1979. Over Kim’s four-year basketball career, she scored 1,020 points and pulled down 847 rebounds – the highest number of rebounds by any female basketball player at Mount St. Joseph University. Kim has wonderful memories of her years at the Mount. She played both volleyball and basketball with three friends from high school in Minster: Pat Borges Nymberg, Nann Meyer-Stechschulte and Kathy Swink. She felt privileged to play with such athletes as Julie Biermann, Peg Bradley-Doppes and Sue Holmes Vulhop, all members of the Mount’s AHOF. During her career in special education, she taught in Butler County programs, Lakota Schools and Minster Local Schools. She also coached the junior varsity volleyball team at Lakota High School, and was an assistant coach of the volleyball and track teams in Minster, Ohio. Kim earned a master’s degree and certification in school counseling from the University of Dayton, and is now a guidance counselor at Minster Junior/Senior High School.