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||Olympic #: 12
|Born: 9/19/65 (Charleston, South Carolina)
||College: Univ. of Georgia ‘87
||Weight: 180 lbs
USA Basketball Notes:
- A two-time Olympian (1992 and 1988).
- Member of the 1994 USA World Championship Team that captured a bronze medal, averaged a team high 14.6 ppg. and 11.1 rpg. and was named to the five-member World Championship All-Tournament Team.
- Member of the 1992 bronze medal winning USA Olympic Team, averaged 11.4 ppg. and a team high 9.6 rpg.
- Member of 1991 USA Pan American Games team Learned the bronze medal, averaged 15.3 ppg. and a team-high 8.8 rpg.
- Member of 1990 USA World Championship and Goodwill Games teams that captured gold medals, finished as the team's second leading scorer averaging 13.8 ppg. and 7.5 rpg. in the World Championship, and 14.0 ppg. and 10.8 rpg. in the Goodwill Games.
- Member of 1988 USA gold medal Olympic Team and led the team in scoring and rebounding, averaging 17.6 ppg., and 10.4 rpg., and finished second in steals (3.4 spg.) and third in field goal percentage (.547%).
- Member of 1987 USA Pan American Games Team that captured the gold medal, led the team averaging 17.8 ppg. and 10.0 rpg.
- Member of 1986 USA World Championship and Goodwill Games teams that captured gold, averaged 14.0 ppg. at the World Championship and 14.0 ppg. and 6.0 rpg. at the Goodwill Games.
- Member of 1985 World University Games team and was the team's leading scorer and rebounder averaging 17.3 ppg. and 7.7 rpg.
- Named All-Tournament at the 1983 U. S. Olympic Festival after averaging 13 ppg. and 9.3 rpg. for the South.
- Named the USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year in 1992 and again in 1988.
- A seven-year overseas veteran who played professionally four seasons in Japan for Kyodo Petroleum (1989-91), one season in Italy for Sidis Ancona where she scored at team-high 21.9 ppg. and a league second best 13.4 rpg., and two seasons in Valencia, Spain (1993-94).
- During her four seasons (1984-87), Georgia compiled a 116-15 record, made four NCAA Tournament appearances, finished runner-up for the 1985 NCAA crown and won two Southeastern Conference (SEC) titles (1986,1984).
- One of only three UGA women basketball players to have her jersey number (#32) retired.
- Named a consensus All-America in 1987 and 1986.
- Selected as the 1987 National Player of the Year by several organizations.
- Named the 1987 SEC Player of the Year .
- Named MVP of 1986 SEC Tournament.
- Selected to 1985 NCAA Final Four All-Toumament Team.
- Named 1987 and 1986 All-Southeastern Conference first team.
- Named the 1984 SEC Freshman of the Year and Freshman All-America.
- Ranked as the NCAA leader in field goal percentage in 1984, ranked eighth in NCAA shooting in 1985, and ranked third in field goal accuracy in 1986.
- Holds Georgia single game records for points scored (43 vs. UNC-Charlotte in 1987), field goal percentage (11-12 vs. S.F. Austin in 1984), free throws made (15 vs. South Alabama in 1986), free throws attempted (21 vs. South Alabama in 1986), free throw percentage (11-11 vs. Kentucky in 1986), and rebounds (24 vs. Western Kentucky in 1986).
- Holds Georgia single season records for points scored (796 in 1987), field goals made (310 In 1987), field goal percentage (.695% in 1984), free throws made (176 in 1987), free throws attempted (240 in 1987) and blocked shots (97 in 1985 and 1986).
- Ranks as Georgia's all-time leader for field goal percentage (.620%), blocked shots (290), free throws made (449), free throws attempted (616), and is second for points scored (2,195) and rebounds (1,193), ninth for steals (200).
- Has three sisters and two brothers.