|Hometown:||Olmsted Falls, Ohio|
|High School:||Olmsted Falls|
2017: Played in 35 matches, appearing in 119 sets... recorded 239 kills (2.01) and 96 blocks on the season. She had a season high of 14 kills vs. Fairmont St. and 12 against Wheeling Jesuit while also adding 9 total blocks for the win over Drury. Lombardo led the team in hitting percentage with .303 and was fifth in the GMAC. She earned Second-Team All-Conference while leading her team to win the GMAC East Division.
2016: Played in 35 matches, appearing in 143 sets... totaled 255 kills and notched 85 total blocks.
PRIOR TO LAKE ERIE: Lexi was a four year starter for the Olmsted Falls volleyball team where she starred as a middle hitter. From 2012 – 2014 she was a three-time All-Conference player and named conference player of the week seven times where she helped guide the team to a conference championship her junior year. Her senior year in 2015 marked a new level of success as she was named AVCA Player of the Week in the entire state of Ohio, was named the Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Week, and was nominated for Cleveland Player of the Year. She helped her team to an undefeated season and an SWC Championship, and was named First-Team All-Conference, First-Team All-District, Southwest Conference MVP, and Second-Team All-Ohio. She received the 2015 Olmsted Falls Volleyball Courage, Heart and Desire award. She finished the season ranked fourth in the state of Ohio in kill percentage at .428, tallying 360 kills (5.2 kills per set), 85 blocks and 189 digs. She is also an Olmsted Falls Leadership Academy Graduate. Lexi has also seen her fair share of success in the club volleyball scene. In 2013 she was a member of the East Coast Champion winning Maverick Volleyball Company and finished in the top 25 in the nation in the AAU National Championship. In 2014 she was a member of Cleveland Volleyball Company where she helped lead her team to a USA Volleyball National Championship runner up for her 17s division. In 2015 she was also a member of CVC and helped her team win the Ohio Valley Region Championships, and they finished 38th in the 2015 Volleyball Nationals in New Orleans. In 2016 she will be a member of the Cleveland Volleyball Company's 18s team, a team that last year finished second in the nation.