In her four years at LMU, Kealani Kimball earned All-West Coast Conference honors three times, led the Lions to three NCAA Tournament appearances (2000, 03, 04) and became just the fourth Lion to surpass both the 1,000 kill and 1,000 dig milestone in her career. After appearing in 26 matches as a freshman in 2000, Kimball truly began to shine as a sophomore in 2001. Leading her team in block assists and ranking second on the team in attacks, kills, blocks solo and total blocks, Kimball earned first-team All-WCC honors. As a junior, Kimball led the Lions in serve aces, second in kills, digs and total blocks, earning her second All-WCC selection. Following two very impressive seasons as a Lion, Kimball out did herself in her last year at LMU. Contributing all over the floor, Kimball was selected to her third consecutive All-WCC team. Kimball also received Academic All-District VIII honors in 2003 for her achievements on the court and in the classroom. At the time of her induction, Kimball ranked No. 9 in kills (1,105) and No. 10 in digs (1,038) in LMU's career record book, and was just one of five players in program history to have her jersey retired.