Daedra Charles-Furlow

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Daedra Charles-Furlow


Class of 2007


• Became first player from the Southeastern Conference to win the Wade Trophy in 1991

• Two-time National Champion (1989, 1991) and two-time Kodak All-American (1990, 1991) at the University of Tennessee

• One of only five Lady Vols to have her number (32) retired, and was a member of the inaugural class of 2001 into the Tennessee Lady Vol Athletic Hall of Fame

• Better known as "The Train."

• SEC Female Athlete of the Year in 1991

• Three-time member of USA Basketball's Senior National Team, winning the bronze medal in the 1992 Olympics

• Played professionally in Japan , Italy and France from 1991-97

• Played for the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks in 1997

• Named one of ESPN's Top 25 College Women's Players in 2005

• Scored 1,495 points, grabbed 858 rebounds and blocked 95 shots in three seasons as a Lady Vol

• Color Analyst for Comcast Local (2004, 2005, 2006)

• Currently is an assistant coach for the Tennessee women's basketball team

• Has held positions on various coaching staffs since 1998 - Texas Tech Operations and Director for Women's Athletics, Florida Assistant Coach, University of Detroit Assistant Coach, Auburn Operations and Assistant Coach

• Finished career seventh on scoring list, sixth in rebounding and second in blocked shots in Tennessee 's record books

• Married to Anthony Furlow and is the mother of 7-year-old Anthonee


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