June L. Courteau

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June L. Courteau

 



Class of 2016

 

  • • Courteau has 45 years’ experience in women’s basketball officiating
  • • She officiated WNBA games from 1997-2011, including 13 WNBA Finals and two WNBA All-Star games
  • • Courteau officiated in 12 NCAA Women’s Final Fours including 5 National Championship games
  • • She participated in 20 NCAA Division I Championships and is currently the NCAA Coordinator of Officials
  • • Courteau was the 1989 Naismith Official of the Year and 1990 Atlantic Coast Conference Official of the Year.
  • • She was the 2013 recipient of the Jostens-Berenson Lifetime Achievement Award
  • • Courteau was an official for the 1992 Olympic games, 1991 Pan American games, and 1989 World Championship tournament.
  • • Courteau was the recipient of the 1998 Minnesota Girls & Women in Sports award for leadership and support of girls and women’s sports
  • • She officiated 2 years in the American Basketball League (ABL) including the ABL Championship game

 

 

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