SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota (KTIV) — In high school at Cherokee, Kaely Hummel was a two-time, first-team all-state player, scoring nearly 1,800 career points. Those kinds of numbers are hard to duplicate at the next level but she is doing just that at the University of Sioux Falls.
Hummel went over the 1,000 career point mark last Friday for USF, and she’s just a junior. Hummel already ranks in the top five, in the Cougars Division II era, in five different offensive categories.
This season, she’s averaging 15 points per game, which leads the team, and is making 40 percent of her three-point shots. USF has a 15-7 record this season.