WINONA LAKE – Kyannah Stull and Vironnica Drake capped off the 2019-20 season as NCCAA All-Americans.
Drake, the all-time scoring leader for Grace’s women’s basketball team, was named NCCAA First Team All-American and honorable mention for NAIA All-American. Stull was named NCCAA Third Team All-American.
Additionally, Stull joined five other Lady Lancers for academic honors. Stull, Micaela Box, Melissa Goss, Lexi Minix, Rachel Montgomery and Brooke Treadway were recognized as NCCAA Scholar-Athletes.
Drake produced 19.7 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.4 steals per game in a memorable season.
She wrapped up her stellar career No. 1 in all-time scoring (1,981 points), No. 4 in rebounds (740) and No. 7 in assists (283). She is one of two players in program history to be top three in those three categories (Cheryl Myers, 1988-92).
Drake also set the program record for most points in a game when she scored 46 points in a win over Bethel.
Stull enjoyed a breakout season. The junior scored 585 points (18.3 per game), ranking third in the Crossroads League. She broke the program’s record for 3-pointers made in a season, drilling 106 triples (38 percent).
Stull scored at least 20 points 14 times, including a career-high 29 points against Mt. Vernon Nazarene.
Joining Drake on the First Team were NCCAA Player of the Year Madison Faulkner of Campbellsville, Kelsea Lund of Northwestern, Natasa Radovic of Ottawa and Alexis Shannon of Mid-American Christian.
The Lady Lancers were in the midst of arguably their best season ever. Grace finished the year with a 19-13 record, setting the record for highest winning percentage (.594). Grace was one win away from tying the all-time mark for wins in a season (20).
The season was ended prematurely due to the COVID-19 outbreak, canceling Grace’s appearance in the NCCAA National Championships.