Two Dakota State University Lady T's are listed in the school record book after the 2012-13 season. Alyson Drooger and Kylie Westover are both listed five times.
Drooger recorded the most blocked shots, 11, in a single game vs. Mount Marty, on Dec. 5. She recorded six blocks in a game vs. Midland on Jan. 5, which is tied for seventh most blocked shots. Drooger amassed 73 blocked shots in 2012-13, the second most in a single season in the Lady T's record book. She is currently eighth for most blocked shots in her career.
In the Lady T's season home opener against Oglala Lakota, Drooger was 6-for-6 from the field, which is tied for the seventh best field goal percentage in a single game in Lady T's records. She is the daughter of Mike and Gay Lynn Drooger of Edgerton, Minn. She is a junior exercise science major.
Westover has made 166 3-point field goals, the third most career 3-pointers made at DSU. She nailed down 49 3-pointers during the 2012-13 season, which is the 11th most 3-pointers in a single season. She is tied for third for most 3-point field goals made in a game vs. Oglala Lakota with seven. She drained six 3-pointers vs. Dordt, which is tied for eighth most 3-pointers in a game.
Her 12 field goals that she made against Oglala Lakota is tied for 10th at DSU.
Westover is the daughter of Rich and Kelley Westover of Colman. She is a junior business management major.