Summit League Senior Associate Commissioner Myndee Kay Larsen was among four other former Southern Utah student-athletes that were inducted into SUU’s Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday during a banquet prior to the men’s basketball game against Eastern Washington.
Larsen, who was a four-year letter-winner in women's
basketball at SUU, earned first-team
CoSIDA GTE Academic All-American honors, was a two-time all-AWC honoree and
earned first-team all-Mid-Continent Conference recognition. She set two NCAA
records which still stand, for converting 28 consecutive field goal attempts in
a row, which helped her to set the NCAA season mark when she connected on
249-of-344 shots, 72.4 percent, as a senior in 1997-98. She is the school's
career field goal percentage and blocks leader and ranks second in rebounds and
fourth in free throw percentage. Larsen is the only T-Bird to have their number retired and hanging in
the rafters of the Centrum Arena.