HANOVER, Ind. – The Hanover College athletic department has selected the winner of the Outstanding Senior Female Athlete of the Year award announced Friday afternoon.
The award is presented to the top senior female student-athlete voted on by head coaches and athletic administrators.
This year's winner of the Outstanding Senior Female Athlete of the Year award is women's basketball student-athlete Alexis Nall (Mount Vernon, Ind.).
Nall garnered her second consecutive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player of the Year award following a stellar senior season. She became only the third student-athlete in program history to receive the honor. Nall finished the year averaging a career-best 18.8 points per game and corralled nine rebounds per contest. In addition, the senior shot .557 from the field with a .472 mark from three-point range.
In HCAC action, the Mount Vernon, Ind. native averaged 22.8 points per game while shooting .561 from the floor, with a .605 shooting clip from behind the arc. Nall ranked among the league best in several categories while also ranking high on the NCAA Division III leaderboards.
Over the course of her career, Nall has garnered 10 HCAC Athlete of the Week honors while claiming the Hanover women's basketball program its first D3hoops.com All-American accolade. Prior to the 2019-20 campaign, the senior was named a D3hoops.com Second Team Preseason All-American, the highest ranking by any HCAC women's basketball student-athlete. She also garnered back-to-back First Team All-Region honors while being named a member of the HCAC All-Tournament team for two consecutive seasons.
Her senior season concluded with her being named a Jostens Trophy finalist, the first in Hanover women's basketball history. Nall was also named a member of the WBCA Beyond Sports All-Star Game following her senior campaign. She currently ranks second all-time in points scored (1,566) with her 1,000-career point coming during her junior season in the team's victory over Earlham.
The senior ranks among the top three in scoring average (15.2) and total rebounds (811) while charting a career-best 30 double-doubles.
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