CRETE, NE — A Beatrice alum continues to make waves at Doane. 

Tigers women's basketball player Mak Hatcliff has been selected as an NAIA All-American honorable mention for her performance this past season.

The sophomore is the first Doane women's basketball player named to the exclusive club since fellow Beatrice native Hanah Barnard made the NAIA All-American first team in the 2016-17 season. Hatcliff is the 17th player overall in Doane women's basketball history to be named an All-American. 

Hatcliff led the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) in scoring this season. She accomplished the same feat her freshman year. 

Hatcliff finished the year averaging 21.6 points per game, putting her sixth amongst all scorers in the nation.  

She also eclipsed the 1,000 career point mark in her sophomore season. Through two full seasons at Doane, Hatcliff has 1,353 points. That puts her on pace for roughly 2,700 points in a four-year college career, which would shatter the current school women's record of 2,012 career points held by Lindsay Anderson.