Ball State women's basketball senior forward Nathalie time was selected as an All-America honorable mention by the Associated Press.

Fontaine only one of 10 non-power five conference players and one of 42 players recognized.

"We are very excited and appreciative of this recognition for Nathalie," head coach Brady Sallee said in a statement. "She has proven that with hard work and determination, people will take notice."

This season, Fontaine finished with her four-year career with 2,166 points, which ranks best in program history.

While this is the first time Fontaine earned an All-America Honorable Mention, she has earned several other awards in her career. This season alone, Fontaine earned Mid-American Conference Player of the Year, her third All-MAC First team selection and an All-Region nominee for the 2016 Women's Basketball Coaches Association Division 1 Coaches' All-American Team.

She has also made appearance's in the Women's National Invitation appearance in each of her four years in a Cardinal uniform.