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Nancy Lieberman Cline
Guard 5 ft 10 inches Old Dominion 1976-1980 Women's Basketball

Nancy Lieberman Cline

 

One of the first women players to show increased dribbling

and passing speed on the basketball court, Nancy Liberman

a early girl playing basketball phoneme, picked for the 1976

US Olympic team at age 18 right after high school graduation.

 

Nicknamed Lady Magic because of her high speed, fancy

Passing, Nancy Liberman Cline was the captain and sparkplug

of two back to back national championship Old Dominion

teams, 1979 and 1980.

 

A three time Kodak first team All American, 1977-78,

1978-79, 1979-80, Nancy Cline also twice won the Wade

Trophy and Broderick, both in 1979 and 1980.

 

After college graduation Nancy Liberman Cline was a first

round draft pick by the Dallas Diamonds in 1980 and led

them to a League Championship.

 

Nancy Lieberman Cline college stats: 2430 points, 18.1

Points per game, 973 FGM, 2056 FGA, .472 pct, 486 FTA,

642 FTM, .757 pct, 1167 rebounds, 8.7 average.  


Tina Gunn Robison
Forward BYU Women’s Basketball 1977-80

Tina Gunn Robison 1977-1980 Woman College Basketball Player

Forward Women’s Basketball Brigham Young University
1977-1980 BYU Cougars

 

A standout offensive scorer, Tina Gunn scored 2,759 points

in her stellar 4 year career for the BYU Cougars, including a

single game BYU record of 56 points versus UNLV in 1979.

 

In 1980 Tina Gunna led the nation with an amazing 31.2 points

per game average,  and led with 967 points scored. That season

Tina Gunn was a first team Kodak All American and an

AWSF All American. 

 

Tina Gunn Robison accomplishments include holding the

following basketball records at BYU, 2759 total points, scoring

average 27.3, most rebounds with 1482, highest rebounds per

game average with 14.7 and a single game high of 56 points.

Tina Ginn is second in field goal pct with .569.

 


Nikki McCray
Guard/Forward Tennessee 1991-95

Guard and Forward 5 ft 11 inches Tennessee
Lady Vols Women’s Basketball 1991-1995

 

A favorite of Tennessee fans, Nikki McCray was one of the

Defensive greats in women’s college basketball during the

1990s. During her days with Tennessee she led them to the

best 4-year team record ever, 122 wins and just 11 losses.

Nikki McCray recorded 292 career steals and scored 1,572

Points.

 

Nikki McCray won two Southeastern Conference (SEC)

Player of the Year Awards, and was a two time Kodak All

American, 1993-4, 1994-5. She also a two time Naismith

player of the year finalist and helped the Lady Volunteers

advance to the 1995 NCAA Final Championship Game, then

losing to UCONN in Minneapolis.

 

Nikki McCray stats: 1572 points, 12.4 points per game

average, 626 FGM in 1273 FGA, .492 pct., 316 FTM, 448

FTA, .705 pct, 672 rebounds, 5.3 rebounds per game, 127

Games played. Hometown: Collierville TN 


Wendy Palmer
Forward 6 ft 2 Virginia University 1993-1996

A two time Kodak All American, Wendy Palmer left her

mark on UVA women’s basketball program during the 1990s.

The 6 ft 2 inch forward sparkled on offense and defense.

Wendy Palmer was the first woman in Virginia Cavalier

history to score 1000 career points and have 1000 career

rebounds.

 

Wendy Palmer was a three time All Atlantic Coast Conference

first team pick, and, she was just the 3rd player in ACC

history to win Player of the Year Awards in two consecutive

seasons. Set a VCU women’s record by scoring 39 points in

a game against Maryland during the 1994-95 season and holds

the single season VCU record for rebounding with 358. 

A fast and furious ballhawk Wendy Palmer went after rebounds

like the ball was lined with gold. She still holds Virginia’s

career rebounding record with 1221, and holds the single season

for rebounding with 358.

 

Wendy Palmer college stats: 1918 points, 1221 rebounds, 780 FGM

 

Professional Career: 

Utah Starzz of the WNBA, drafted on Feb 27 1997.Wendy Palmer gained status as a second team pick for the WNBA

All-Stars in 1990. Later played with the Seattle Storm of the WNBA

 

  • Wendy Palmer
  • #3
  • Forward - Seattle Storm

 Wendy Palmer signed as head coach of the Universityof Kentucky women's basketball team in 2007-08


1977 Michigan State Women
Point Scored Leaders 1976-1977 Michigan ST Basketball

Point Scored Leaders 1977 Michigan State Women Basketball

 

1976-1977 Michigan State Point Scored

 

  1. Jill Prudden 343 points, 11.8 per game, 24 games
  2. Lorraine Hyman 319 points, 11.0 per game, 29 games 
  3. Diane Spoelstra 315 points, 11.7 per game, 27 games 
  4. Kathy DeBoer 293 points, 12.2 per game, 24 games  
  5. Sue Conlin 190 points, 6.6 per game, 29 games 
  6. Carol Hutchins 137 points, 5.3 per game, 26 games 
  7. Carmen King 135 points, 5.0 per game, 27 games 
  8. Mariann Mankowski 119 points, 5.2 per game, 29 games 
  9. Karen Santoni 117 points, 4.2 per game, 28 games 
  10. Ann Sober 96 points, 3.4 per game, 28 games 
  11. Kath Strahan 41 points, 1.7 per game,. 24 games 
  12. Lauri Zoodsma 32 points, 2.0 per game, 16 games

 

Michigan State 1977 Women Basketball Points Scored

compiled by baskeballhistorian.com


Lorri Bauman
Center 6 ft 3 inches Drake University Women’s Basketball 1980-1984

Lorri Bauman 1980-1984

 

Center 6 ft 3 inches Drake University Women’s Basketball

A sensational shooter, Lorri Bauman was first woman to

score 3000 points in NCAA play.

 

Lorri Bauman set seven NCAA tournament records, including

first to score 50 points in a game in the 1982 NCAA Women’s

West Regional final in a loss to Maryland. Helped Drake make

three NCAA postseason tourneys. Remarkably, in 120 college

games, Lorri Bauman she reached double figures in points 116

times.

 

A dominating player, Lauri Bauman was one of the few

women college in basketball history to score more than 3000

points and collect more than 1000 rebounds. One of

the most scouted high school athletes Lorri Bauman averaged

48 points per game as a senior in Des Moines East High School.

 

Lorri Bauman college career stats: 26 points per game average,

1104 FGM, 1931 FGA, .572 pct, 907 FTM, 1090 FTA, .832

pct, 1050 Rebounds, 8.8 average, 3115 points.

 

Women’s College Basketball History

 


Tresa Spalding Hansom
Center Brigham Young University Cougars 1984-1987

One of the top women college basketball players in the decade

of the 1980s Tresa Spalding excelled in both offense and defense.

She won an award by Street and Smith Magazine as a freshman

In 1984.

 

In her senior year, 1987, Tresa Spalding led the country in

scoring with 28.93 points per game, and was second in

field goal percentage with 65.2 percent. She was selected first

team in her league, AWSF, and AWSF voted Tresa Spalding

Hansom the best center in America.

 

One of the most aggressive rebounders in women’s basketball

history, an opposing coach once said, ‘Tresa Spalding looked

upon a rebound as something that was her property unless

you could take it away by force.’

 

A noted shot blocker she blocked an amazing total of 494

opponents shots, highest total in BYU basketball history,

and pulled down 980 rebounds, for an average of 9.8 per game.

Tresa Spalding Hansom scored 2309 points, a 23.4 average. 968

Field Goals made in 1589 attempts.

 

Women's Basketball History


Scores 70 Points Annette Kennedy
A Modern Day Women's Basketball Record

January 21 1984

Annette Kennedy of State University of New York seemed to score at will and set a modern day

women's college basketball record with 70 points.



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