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Amanda Hart Receives KMIT Student-Athlete Award
Amanda Hart Receives KMIT Student-Athlete Award

The KMIT Student-Athlete Award was presented to Dakota Wesleyan’s Amanda Hart at the Hall of Fame banquet on Saturday night.
Hart, who played in all 124 games during her career, leaves DWU in 7th place on the career scoring list and with three Tiger three-point
shooting records. Hart was a two-time team captain and three time GPAC All-conference selection. hart also won two NAIA Scholar
awards, was the editor of the school newspaper, and is a double major in Sports Management and Journalism.

(Pictured are Sports Director Tim Smith, Amanda Hart, and Athletic Director Curt Hart)

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