Active from 1987-1991 • Inducted in 2001
Fanger was a four-year letter winner in softball. She was a three-time All-Conference selection, a two-time First-Team NAIA District 2 selection, and in 1991 was named the NAIA District II Player of the Year. She hit .480 with a .696 slugging percentage in 1991 and had nine doubles and 12 stolen bases the same year. She also lettered two years in volleyball. In 1990 she was second on the team with 322 kills in 1990 and was a Second-Team All-Conference selection and a Second-Team All-NAIA District 2 selection. Her senior year she was named to the NCIC All-Tournament team after an L&C championship. Fanger was chosen as Joe Huston Female Athlete of the Year in 1990-91.
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