DURANT, Okla. - After six rounds of voting and nearly 5,000 votes in the finals alone, Southeastern's Katie Webb was selected by fans as the winner of the Great American Conference Greatest Basketball Player of All-Time bracket.
Webb bested Southwestern Oklahoma State's Hailey Tucker in the finals by a 58%-to-42% margin.
She opened the 64-player bracket by passing Henderson State's Kaylon Tappin in the first round, followed by Harding men's basketball player Zach Roddenberry in the second round and HU women's standout Kristin Celsor in the third.
Webb outlasted HSU's Hailey Estes in the final eight and bested SWOSU's Hayden Priddy in the semifinals.
She has closed out her career with a flurry of recognition, earning a pair of All-American nods in 2020 after being named the GAC Player of the Year.
Webb is a two-time first team All-GAC selection and a two-time All-Central Region pick.
She is also a two-time conference scoring champ and ranks fourth in league history in scoring.
In 2019-20 she averaged a league-leading 18.7 ppg while shooting 48.0 percent from the field and hauled in a team-best 7.6 rebounds per outing.
Webb also became Southeastern's number two scorer all-time with 1,649 points, which ranks fourth all-time in the GAC. Her 756 career rebounds is fourth all time at SE and eighth in conference history.