LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - After conquering her home town’s high school and junior college, Natasha Mack is ready for the Division I level.
On Monday, Mack announced she was turning her attention to NCAA basketball and would be continuing her college basketball career at Oklahoma State University.
Mack will go down not only as one of the greatest women’s basketball players at Angelina College but also one of the greatest overall athletes at Angelina College.
After helping Angelina College get to their first National Tournament, Mack was named the 2019 Spalding NJCAA Division I Player of the Year days after she was named 1st Team All-American.
Mack brought home two National Player of the Year awards in 2019.
According to an earlier press release, Mack led her own conference in several categories and was among league leaders in the national statistics. She finished the season as the nation’s leader in blocked shots and was near the top in scoring, rebounding and field goal percentage.
After establishing a new all-time program record for points in a career with 1,471, Mack led the Lady Roadrunners to a 29-4 record and the Lady Roadrunners’ first-ever appearance in the national tournament after AC took home the conference tournament championship.
Mack is the first Angelina College athlete to earn both 1st Team All-American status and the National Player of the Year award.