Lehning selected for KSHSAA Hall of Fame

By The Mercury

Former Kansas State point guard and current assistant coach Shalee Lehning has been selected for the Kansas State High School Activities Association Hall of Fame, the organization announced Wednesday.

Lehning was three-sports star at Sublette High from 2001-05.

The former point guard for the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, Lehning was a four-time all-league pick in volleyball, seven-time track and field champion and one of the best basketball players in Kansas history.

Lehning is the state’s all-time leader in rebound, assists and steals, while scoring the fourth-most points in state history.

Lehning led the Sublette Larks to back-to-back undefeated seasons Class 2A state championships in 2004 and 2005.

She was Miss Kansas and Gatorade Basketball Player of the Year.

Lehning earned Academic All-League recognition in volleyball, basketball and track and field all four years in high school, was class president four years straight and on the “A” Honor Roll four times

Lehning is in her fourth season with the K-State coaching staff.

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