There was very little that Inman High’s Mishaun Pfannenstiel didn’t do this year for the Teutons.
The versatile Pfannenstiel has signed a basketball letter of intent with Hesston College.
Pfannenstiel was one of the top players in Class 2A this year and accordingly, has the accolades to show for it.
The 5-8 Pfannenstiel averaged 22.5 points and 7.0 rebounds for coach Jeff Friesen’s team this year in her fourth year as a starter.
She was named first-team Class 2A by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association and will be playing in the KBCA All-Star Game in August in Topeka.
She also was 2A Player of the Year by The Hutchinson News, and earned All-State honors by The Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital-Journal.
She was first-team Heart of America for the last two years and made the All-Tournament Team for the Sedgwick Classic, that after earning honors her junior and sophomore years in the Haven Classic.
She played in the Boot Hill All-Star Game, the Heart of America vs. the MCAA Game in Hesston and in the Hutchinson Quarterback All-Star Game. She was a Sunflower Bank Athlete of the Week by The McPherson Sentinel.
“I chose Hesston because I felt it was a good fit for me athletically, academically and personally,” Pfannenstiel said. “(Hesston) Coach (Dan) Harrison is very similar to my high school coaches, coach (Jodi) Lies and coach (Jeff) Friesen in style and philosophy. I enjoyed the campus and have played summer league there for four years.”
She added that she is majoring in nursing and said Hesston “has an outstanding program.”
Pfannenstiel could easily have played collegiately in volleyball or softball. She started for the Teutons for four years in both sports. In softball, she already has a 15-strikeout performance and threw a no-hitter in another game, and was All-HOA both as a sophomore and junior.