CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Junior guard Sharnae Lamar has been inducted into the 2013 East High Hall of Fame. The ceremony, which took place on Sept. 13, included 16 individuals inducted as the 2013 class in the Hall of Fame.
“I am extremely honored to be inducted into my high school’ Hall of Fame,” Lamar said. “I appreciate everything about the East school and community. The ceremony was made very special and was definitely an event that I will remember for the rest of my life. Being inducted and having the chance to share that experience with my friends and family was incredible.”
Lamar, along with the other 15 inductees, was presented their Hall of Fame plaques before Des Moines East’s home football game that took place that evening. Lamar was part of the Des Moines East state championship team in 2010-11 that went 21-0 that season.
She holds the single season assists and career assists school record. During her time in high school, she earned first team all-CIML conference, second team all-CIML conference and third team all-state.
Along with a state championship, Lamar led the Lady Scarlets to an overall record of 71-4 from her sophomore through senior seasons. She was also awarded the 2011 Governor’s Scholars Award.
She is currently studying Economics and Finance at UNI while playing point guard for the Panthers. She has played in 58 games for UNI, finishing second on the team in assists last season.