LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - Lufkin’s Natasha Mack is on pace to go down as the most dominating player to come out of the Angelina College Lady Roadrunner program.
So far this season Mack has 396 points. Added to her totals from last year, she only needs 189 points to go down as the program’s all-time leading scorer.
Mack was an ESPN top 100 recruit out of Lufkin High School and signed a national letter of intent to play at the University of Houston. But when it came time to report for school, Mack did not show up. She decided to stay home and thought she was done with basketball.
“I am glad coach Randy came to me and talked to me,” Mack said. “This is what I do and this is what I love.”
Mack can do more than use her size advantage to score. Mack leads the nation by a wide margin in blocks. She is a three-time National player of the week and last year was named a Juco All-American by two different organizations.
you can expect the same accolades to continue to roll in at the pace Mack is going.
After her time is done at AC, Mack will be back off to the four-year level. She has narrowed down her list of possible landing spots to Oklahoma State, Missouri, Virginia Tech, Wichita State and St. Johns.