Cindy Brogdon

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Cindy Brogdon


Class of 2002


• Played on the 1976 U.S. Olympic Team, earning a silver medal in the first Olympic basketball competition for women

• Became the first female in the state of Georgia to receive a full athletic scholarship on the collegiate level

• Was a three-time Kodak All-American, receiving the accolade as a freshman at Mercer University and then duplicating the feat her junior and senior years at the University of Tennessee

• Ranked second in AIAW career scoring with 3,204 points and 11th in AIAW career scoring average, averaging 25.0 ppg

• Career statistics also include 1,028 rebounds (8.3 rpg) as well as a 50.0 field goal percentage and an 82.7 free throw percentage

• Played professionally with New Orleans in the Women's Professional Basketball League (WBL)


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