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Class of 2007
• One of the most dominating post players in the history of women’s basketball
• Louisiana Tech’s only three-time Kodak All-American (1980-1982)
• Won Wade Trophy and the Broderick Award as the nation's most outstanding female college basketball player in 1982
• Scored 2,979 points and grabbed 1,511 rebounds while tallying a career record of 143-10, the most wins ever over a four-year period in the history of the program
• Won two national championships – the 1981 AIAW title and the 1982 NCAA title at Louisiana Tech – leading the Lady Techsters to a dominating 69-1 record over those two seasons
• Scored in double figures in 140 of her 153 games at Louisiana Tech, averaging 19.4 points and 9.8 rebounds during her collegiate career.
• Inducted into the Louisiana Tech Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984 and Louisiana State Hall of Fame in 1992
• Had her number (41) retired at Louisiana Tech in 1984
• Scored a career high of 41 points against UCLA as a senior
• Still ranks No. 1 in scoring, No. 1 in rebounding, No. 1 in field goals made (1,193), No. 1 in free throws made (593), No. 2 in scoring average (19.4) and No. 6 in steals (274) in the Lady Techster record books
• Happily married to her husband of 23 years, Nathan Flowers, and the proud mother of two sons, Nathan Flowers Jr. (19) and Johnathan Flowers (17)