Jennifer azzi

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Jennifer Azzi


Class of 2009


• Olympic Gold Medalist in 1996

• Played on 13 USA Basketball teams and compiled a record of 114-14 with those teams; two-time World Champion

• All-American guard at Stanford, is the program's all-time three-point shooter and holds Stanford's record for assists in a game, recording 16 against BYU in 1987-88

• Compiled a 101-23 record while at Stanford, and led the Cardinal to the 1990 National Championship; was the youngest Inductee ever into the Stanford Hall of Fame

• Was awarded the 1990 Wade Trophy and was named Naismith Player of the Year in 1990

• Won two Pacific-10 Championships and was named PAC-10 Player of the Year in the 1988-1989 season and the 1989-1990 season

• One of the original players of the ABL, started for the San Jose Lasers and appeared in all three all-star games (1996, 1997, 1998)

• Played five seasons in the WNBA, Detroit Shock (1999), Utah Starzz (2000-2002), and San Antonio Silver Stars (2002-2003); is the All-Time WNBA leader in 3-point field goal percentage


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