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Boston Globe Local: "For Bentley great Kim (Cummings) Singh, basketball served as an inspiration"

Kim (Cummngs) Singh
Kim (Cummngs) Singh

Marvin Pave recently profiled former Bentley women's basketball All-American Kim (Cummings) Singh in the Boston Globe's local section, as part of the "Catching up with" series.

by Marvin Pave
Globe Correspondent

Kim (Cummings) Singh was the first basketball player at Bentley University — men's or women's — to accumulate career totals exceeding 1,500 points, 500 rebounds, and 500 assists.

A 5-foot-10-inch guard/forward with a signature pullup jumper, she was a women's Division 2 All-American, the Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year, and Bentley's Female Athlete of the Year in 1996.

Now a second-grade teacher's assistant, the 44-year-old Singh resides in Chapel Hill, N.C., with her husband, Harpreet Singh, and their twin 9-year-old sons, Jaden and Logan.

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