Tatyana Legette has added another honor to her collection after a decorated career in the Fort Hays State women's basketball program, earning All-America honorable mention status from the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.
Legette is the fourth All-American in program history for the Tigers and the first since Kate Lehman in 2015.
The Topeka native was the MIAA Player of the Year, MIAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player and a D2CCA All-Region first team selection in her senior season. She led Fort Hays State in points (13.4), rebounds (8.4) and assists (3.3), helping the Tigers go 32-2 and reach the NCAA Division II Central Regional final.
The Tigers were the MIAA regular-season and conference tournament champions and hosted the regional tournament. They picked up regional wins against Pittsburg State and MSU Moorhead before falling in the final to Southwestern Oklahoma State.
Legette wrapped up her career ranked 11th in program history in points (1,256) and fourth in rebounds (865). She also sits fifth in blocked shots (126) and free throws made (352) and ranks 10th in field goal percentage (50.3).
The 5-foot-10 forward reached double figures in 24 games on the season and recorded 10 double-doubles. She was the MIAA women's basketball athlete of the week three times this year.