For the second straight season, Eastern York grad Kate Dellinger piled up the awards while starring on the basketball court at Widener University.
Dellinger was named the Philadelphia Inquirer Women's Basketball Performer of the Year for the second straight season, just another in a long string of accolades the guard earned in her career.
She was named a first-team All-Commonwealth Conference for the third time, is a second-team Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American for the second time, and was a first-team ECAC All-South Region and d3hoops.com All-Mid Atlantic Region selection. She is also a two-time WBCA honorable mention All-American.
Dellinger finished her senior season averaging 11.8 points, 9.2 rebounds per game and two steals in 32.7 minutes per game. She helped Widener go 24-6 and make it to the NCAA Elite Eight, breaking the school record for victories in a season.
The Pride have had nine student-athletes named the Philadelphia Inquirer Performer of the Year at their respective sports since the inception of the awards. Dellinger is the only one from Widener to receive the award more than once.