Pamela McGee

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Pamela McGee



Class of 2012


• She helped led University of Southern California to back-to-back NCAA Division I National titles in 1983 and 1984

• She was a 1984 Kodak All-American, a finalist for the 1983 Wade Trophy, and a finalist for the 1984 Naismith Award

• Three-time All-NCAA First Team selection

• Ranks second in rebounds and fourth in points in USC history

• In her 127 game career with USC, she averaged 17.4 points, 9.9 rebounds, and shot 58 percent from the field

• Helped lead USA Basketball to its first ever gold medal in the1984 Olympics

• She played professionally in Brazil, Spain, Italy, and Sicily and was a four-time Italian League All-Star

• She was a first round draft pick in the inaugural season of the WNBA, and she is the first WNBA player to have a son play in the NBA

• She was inducted into the Greater Flint Afro-American Hall of Fame in 2000

• Won a Pan-American Gold Medal and the World Championship in 1983

• Has a high school still standing record of 75-0 wins at Flint Northern High School in Flint, Michigan


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