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- <div class="row"><div class="col-sm-6 senior-image"><img src="/live/image/gid/124/width/600/height/600/crop/1/src_region/0,23,1102,1125/4856_IMG_0790.rev.1589245239.jpg" alt=""/><p><strong> Paige Wimbrow</strong><br/> Hometown: <strong>Brighton, Michigan</strong></p></div><div class="col senior-detail"><h2 class="senior-name py-2 m-0"> Paige Wimbrow </h2><div class="senior-info"><div><em>cum laude</em></div><strong> Biology</strong><p class="hometown">Hometown: <strong>Brighton, Michigan</strong></p></div><div class="senior-quote"><em><p> “<span data-sheets-value=" " data-sheets-userformat=" ">Paige finished off her senior volleyball season breaking a 10-year old program record for assists in a match by totaling 51 assists in a five-game match against MSOE in September 2019. Not only was Paige the only person to have played every minute of every match, but she was voted Most Valuable Player by her teammates. Written by a first-year player: “Paige is very hard working and determined. She never let her emotions get the best of her especially during crucial times in the game. Without Paige’s hustle and drive, our plays would not be possible. Most setters would call for help when a ball is out of system, but Paige always gave 120% to set the ball up for our hitters. Paige is the definition of selfless, and contributes herself to the team. Injuries were never a burden for Paige (especially when she hit her head on the ground during the Monmouth game). She would get back up, take a deep breath, and proceed. Paige is not a person of panic, she is a person with ease who was very motivational through her hustle.“”</span></p><p><span data-sheets-value=" " data-sheets-userformat=" ">“Paige is an outstanding student and a four-year letter winner in Volleyball. She will build on her undergraduate success in the graduate program at Johns Hopkins University starting in the fall. Her work ethic and selflessness were also manifested on the volleyball court, where she ran the offense as the team’s setter and demonstrated her leadership ability.”</span></p></em><div class="m-3 clearfix"><a href="/commencement/senior-profiles/index.php" class="d-inline-block pull-right"><i class="fa fa-refresh fa-2x"/></a></div></div></div></div>