Kim (Cummings) Singh '96 - Basketball - Bentley College
Singh put together quite the resume in her four years at Bentley College. She amassed 1,701 career points, 777 rebounds, and 563 assists becoming the first Bentley basketball player men’s or women’s to accumulate career totals exceeding 1,500 points, 500 rebounds and 500 assists.
In her four years she helped lead the Falcons to a 105-21 record, four NCAA Division II Tournament berths and two NCAA Division II Elite Eight appearances. In the 1995 Northeast-10 playoffs, she became the first Bentley player to ever score 30 + points in consecutive games.
As a senior, Singh had by far her best season as a Falcon as she led Bentley in rebounds, assists, steals and free throw percentage and was second in scoring averaging 15.6 points per game. She was voted the Northeast-10 Player of the Year and was named to the All Northeast-10 First-Team for the first time in her colligate career. She was named to the All Northeast-10 Second-Team during her sophomore and junior seasons.