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Andrea Lloyd Curry
Class of 2007
• Four-year starter at the University of Texas; led the Longhorns to the No. 1 ranking in the final women's basketball poll each year, with an overall career record of 125-8, winning the National Championship in 1986 and becoming the first team to ever finish a season undefeated (34-0) that year
• Averaged 12.6 points and 8.8 rebounds while shooting 53 percent from the floor in 127 games at Texas .
• 1987 Kodak All-America; 1985, 1986, 1987 Naismith All-America; 1987 Basketball Writers Association All-America; 1983-84 SWC Newcomer of the Year at Texas
• Five-time member of USA Basketball's Senior National Team, winning the gold medal in the 1988 Olympics
• Played nine years in the Italian Professional League, where she was named an All-Star eight times
• Played three seasons in the American Basketball League (Columbus Quest), winning two ABL Championships; two seasons in the WNBA (Minnesota Lynx)
• Enshrined as a member of the Idaho High School Basketball Hall of Fame, Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame, Inland Northwest Sports Hall of Fame and University of Texas Hall of Honor
• Listed 14 th of Sports Illustrated “ Idaho 50 Greatest 20 th-Century Athletes”
• North Idaho Female High School Athlete of the Year 1981, 1982, 1983 ( Moscow HS)
• Idaho Girl's A-2 Basketball Player of the Year in 1982 and 1983 ( Moscow HS)
• Won back-to-back state championships at Moscow HS (1980-81, 1981-82)
• Played in two Elite 8s (1984, 1985) and one Final Four (1987), in addition to the 1986 National Championship run at Texas.
• Won championships at the high school, college, professional and Olympic levels