Erin Lamb has accomplished almost everything throughout her phenomenal career at Stewartville. She's a state champion. She's a four-time All-State selection. She was named All-Hiawatha Valley League five times. She's a second-team All-American. She was named the Post Bulletin's 2020 Player of the Year.

Lamb even has an incredible nickname. She was dubbed "The Phenom" by Stewartville play-by-play voice and superfan Adam Peterson.

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But she wanted to add one more accomplishment to her growing list: Minnesota's Ms. Volleyball.

Lamb came up just a little short. The Stewartville middle blocker was one of five finalists for Minnesota's Ms. Baden Volleyball Award. But Eagan's Kennedi Orr was named Ms. Volleyball on Friday night by the Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Association. The Nebraska commit was a two-time state champion and two-time Gatorade Player of the Year.

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Still, Lamb had an incredible case. The Kentucky commit finished her standout career with 1,248 kills, 741 digs, 189 blocks, 140 aces and 83 assists.

She'll go down as one of the best players in Stewartville's history, and she's definitely on the short list for best player of all time in the Hiawatha Valley League.