Kyannah Stull wrapped up her illustrious career for Grace’s women’s basketball team as an All-American.
Stull was an NCCAA Third Team All-American honoree after producing 16.7 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.8 steals per game.
The senior guard wraps up her four-year career with 1,633 points, good for No. 4 all-time in team history. She also dished out 246 assists, 11th-most all-time.
Stull ends her career as the program’s career leader in made 3-pointers (281 triples). She will graduate ranking No. 4 all-time in 3-point percentage (36.3 percent) and in free throw percentage (81.8 percent).
Stull is one of just three players to score 500 points in a season twice (Juaneice Jackson, Allison Kauffman). She scored 585 points as a junior and 517 points as a senior in 2020-21.
Grace qualified for NCCAA Nationals for the fourth straight season, winning two games in the tournament to place fifth under head coach Dan Davis.
The Lady Lancers as a team were honored for their academic prowess as well. Stull, Melissa Goss, Kamryn Hostetler, Olivia Pearson and Kiersten Poorwere named NCCAA Scholar-Athletes.