Outstanding Female Athletes
 

Kylie Westover (2014)

Kylie Westover was selected as the Most Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year award.  She was an All-Conference selection for two straight seasons.

Westover led the team with 13.3 points per game and drained 71 3-poitners (third most 3-pointers made in a single season in the Lady T's record book) this season.  She surpassed the 1,000-point club during Lady T's 63-61 road victory at Midland (Neb.) on Nov. 1. 

During her stellar four-year career at Dakota State University, Westover racked up a total of 1,403 career points.  Her career points are the fourth all-time scoring in the Lady T's basketball record book.  She has 237 career 3-point field goals made, which is the second most career 3-point field goals made in the record book.

Westover was named to the first-ever NSAA Women's Basketball Player-of-the-Week.

Kylie is the daughter of Rich and Kelley Westover of Colman, S.D.  She is a senior Business Management major at Dakota State University.

 
Year Name

Sport

2014 Kylie Westover Basketball

2013

Kristen DiPaola Volleyball
2012 Stephanie Kruggel Volleyball
2011 Danielle Rowe Track and Field
2010 Rachael Jensen Volleyball
2009 Laura Lanoue Volleyball
2008 Laura Tewes Basketball, Track
2008 Jessica VanLoy Basketball, Softball
2007 Sara Nelson Basketball
2006 Ashley Brassfield Volleyball
2005 Micah Tolzin Volleyball
2004 Hali McClelland Women's Basketball
2003 Kristie VandenHoek Track
2002 Laura Carrow Cross Country, Track
2001 Desa Rae Doyle Track
2001 Kathy Shypulski Basketball
2000 Desa Rae Doyle Track
2000 Sheila Haack Basketball
1999 Katherine Fisk Cross Country, Track
1998 Marie Parker-Sample Cross Country, Track
1997 Marie Parker Cross Country, Track
1997 Amy Hansen Cross Country, Track
1996 Amy Hansen Cross Country, Basketball, Track
1995 Rachelle Lengkeck Volleyball, Track
1994 No Award  
1993 Stefanie Johnson Cross Country, Track
1992 Tamera Juffer Volleyball, Basketball
1991 Amy Crissinger Basketball, Volleyball, Track
1990 Brenda Ferguson Cross Country, Track
1989 Amy Crissinger Basketball, Volleyball, Track
1988 Trish Murphy Basketball, Track
1987 Julie Heinz Basketball
1986 Julie Fiegen Basketball
1985 Monica Matthies Basketball, Softball
1984 Monica Matthies Basketball, Softball
1983 Colleen Moran Basketball, Track
1982 Teresa Underberg Basketball, Softball
1982 Janis Wipf Basketball, Softball
1981 Sherri Heckenliable Basketball, Volleyball, Softball
1980 Deb Boomsma Basketball, Softball
1979 Lori Coble Basketball, Volleyball, Softball
 
 
 
  • Aug. 30 - Football vs Mayville State University - W 28-20 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 30 - Volleyball vs Valley City State University - L 22-25,25-21,17-25,25-19,15-13 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 30 - Volleyball vs Johnson & Wales University - L 17-25,25-14,28-26,25-20 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 29 - Volleyball vs Dickinson State University - W 25-21,25-16,25-16 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 29 - Volleyball vs Dakota Wesleyan University - W 23-25,25-21,25-15,25-21 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 27 - Volleyball vs Morningside College - L 25-20,26-24,25-23 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 27 - JV Women's Volleyball vs Morningside College - L 19-25,25-13,15-8
  • Aug. 23 - Volleyball vs Mount Mercy University - W 25-21,25-15,24-26,28-26 - recap - stats
  • Aug. 23 - Volleyball vs Ashford University - Canceled
  • Aug. 22 - Volleyball vs Saint Ambrose University - L 25-23,25-23,22-25,25-23 - recap - stats
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