MASON CITY - Mandy Willems became the fourth NIACC women's basketball player in school history to earn first-team all-American honors.
The freshman, who was the NJCAA Region XI player of the year, was a first-team NJCAA Division II all-American selection on Monday.
Other NIACC women's basketball players to earn first-team all-American honors were Katherine Hadley (1994), Chelsey Jacox (2014) and Sierra Ford-Washington (2015).
Willems is the first Lady Trojan to earn all-American honors since Savannah Lentz was a third-team selection in 2016.
Willems, who helped lead the Lady Trojans to the NJCAA Region XI tournament title, averaged 24.1 points per game. She set a school record for career 3-point goals with 186.
She also collected 200 rebounds, 96 assists and 77 steals.
Iowa Central's Brittany West was a second-team all-American selection.