The list of accomplishments for Wyoming Indian High School star Alexandria Trosper is a lengthy one. You can add Miss Wyoming Basketball 2019 to it.

On June 8 in Sheridan, Trosper received the honor as part of the Wyoming-Montana All-Star basketball series.

WyoPreps’ David Settle visited with Trosper by phone recently to get her reaction to winning this year’s award in the video above. She was surprised and thankful. Trosper admitted she didn’t know about the honor, spoke highly of her coach, Aleta Moss at WIHS, and getting ready to move on to the next level at Sheridan College.

The two-time All-State selection led the Chiefs to the Class 2A State Championship earlier this year with a buzzer-beating 30-foot shot to top the Southeast Cyclones, 49-46, in Casper. Wyoming Indian finished with a 28-1 overall record and a title after runner-up finishes the two previous years.

Trosper led the Chiefs with her all-around play. She averaged 13.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per game. To go with that, Trosper dished out five assists per game and averaged 5.3 steals and 1.9 blocks per contest in her senior campaign. She shot 46 percent from the field and 34 percent from 3-point range.

In 2019, Trosper was named the Class 2A Southwest Conference Player of the Year. She’s also a three-time All-Conference pick. Trosper averaged 13.8 points per game as a junior, 10.6 her sophomore season and 7.8 as a freshman. She was a four-year letter winner for the Chiefs.

Earlier this year, Trosper was nominated to play in the 2019 McDonald’s All-American game.

WyoPreps.com would like to thank Ricki Trosper for the use of the photo.