Sue Gunter

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Sue Gunter


Class of 2000


• Was head coach of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team as well as assistant coach of the 1976 U.S. Olympic Team

• Has amassed an overall record of 613-273 as a collegiate coach with stints at Middle Tennessee State University (1963-64), Stephen F. Austin State University (1965-80), and Louisiana State University (1983-present) during her 35-year coaching career (record does not include two years at MTSU or first three years at SFA because of lack of records kept during those years)

• Ranks as the fourth winningest active head coach in women's collegiate basketball

• Has guided LSU to 10 NCAA Tournament appearances, a Women's National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) title in 1985, and a Southeastern Conference tournament crown in 1991

• Selected as the SEC Coach of the Year in both 1997 and 1999

• Played guard for Nashville Business College (1958-62), earning All-America honors in 1960, and represented the United States in international competition against the Soviet Union from 1960-62


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