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.
|2011||Danielle Rowe||Track and Field|
|2008||Laura Tewes||Basketball, Track|
|2008||Jessica VanLoy||Basketball, Softball|
|2004||Hali McClelland||Women's Basketball|
|2002||Laura Carrow||Cross Country, Track|
|2001||Desa Rae Doyle||Track|
|2000||Desa Rae Doyle||Track|
|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|
|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|
|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|