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Auburn University ‘90
USA Basketball Notes:
- Member of the gold medal winning 1994 USA Goodwill Games Team, averaged 11.8 ppg., 6.0 rpg., 1.5 apg., and shot .526 percent from 3-point (10-19).
- Member of the bronze medal winning 1994 USA Women's World Championship Team, averaged 9.3 ppg. and 3.1 rpg.
- Member of the 1993 USA Women's World Championship Qualifying Team, averaged a team second-best 14.3 ppg.
- Participated in the 1992 USA Olympic Basketball Tribleand selected as one of 18 finalists.
- Member of the gold medal 1991 USA World University Games Team, averaged a team-leading 14.0 ppg., 4.5 rpg.
- Selected 1991 USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year.
- Member of the 1990 USA Select Team that toured Italy and Czechoslovakia.
- MemDer of 1986 U.S. Olympic Festival South Team, averaged 3.0 ppg and 2.5 rpg.
- Played in Italy in 1994-95 and 1993-94 for Erreti Faenza. Averaged 25.5 ppg. and 6.0 rpg. in 1995 and 28 ppg. and 7.1 rpg. in 1994.
- Played with C.A. Fainzia during 1992-93 season in Italy and averaged 26 ppg.
- In 1991-92, became the first USA woman to play professionally in Hungary and in 1990-91 played in Sweden.
- During her four seasons (1986-89), Aubum compiled a 119-13 record, made four NCAA Tournament appearances, finished as the NCAA runner-up twice (1989, 1988) and won three Southeastern Conference (SEC) championships.
- Named to 1989 NCAA Mideast Region All-TournamentTeam
- Named to 1988 NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team and 1988 NCAA Mideast Region All-Tournament Team.
- Selected for the 1989 and 1988 SEC All-Academic Team.
- Named 1989 All-SEC second team.
- Named 1988 SEC All-Tournament Team.
- Selected to 1987 Lady Sunshine Classic All-Tournament Team.
- Led Auburn in 1988-89 to a 32-2 record and NCAA nunner-up finish and in 1987-88 to a 32-3 record and NCAA runner-up finish.
- Ranks as Auburn's second all-time career leader for assists (526), 14th for points scored (1,176) and 15th for rebounds (490).
- Married to Mark Holifield.
- One of 20 children.
- Played for three seasons at Auburn with older sister, Mae Ola.