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The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame's Board of Directors serves as the selection committee in determing which individuals are inducted each year.
Class of 2014
• In college, she led the University of Maryland to the 1982 Women’s Final Four and a final ranking of #3, which was the Terps’ highest final ranking ever at that time.
• She was a 1983 Kodak All-American and the co-ACC Tournament MVP
• All four of her Maryland team made it at least to the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament and finished eighth or higher in the final poll
• Perazic played on three ACC Championship teams, leading Maryland in scoring her junior and senior seasons.
• Her jersey is one of only three retired by the University of Maryland and she ranks 10th all-time in scoring for the Terps
• Perazic is a member of the ACC Silver Anniversary Team and the 50th ACC Anniversary Team
• She was inducted into the University of Maryland Hall of Fame in 2003
• Perazic was a two-time member of the Yugoslavian Olympic Team leading them to the bronze medal in 1980.
• Perazic also lead Yugoslavia to the 1987 World University Games gold medal
• She was named the 1983 MVP of the European Championships
• In 1983, She was the 2nd leading scorer at the World Championships in Sao Paolo, Brazil