Disclaimer: Inductee's biography/statistics are current upon the year of their induction into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
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 2000
• Earned a silver medal at the 1976 Olympics, representing the United States in the first Olympic basketball competition for women
• Also participated in the 1978 World University Games and was captain of the 1979 U.S. National Team
• Played professionally for three seasons (1978-1982) in the Women's Basketball League with the Minnesota Fillies and the St. Louis Streak
• Began her collegiate career at North Georgia College where she played for one season before transferring to Emporia State (Kansas) College for two seasons
• Played just one season at the University of Tennessee but set nine marks which still stand as Lady Vol records, including points in a game (51), rebounds in a game (24), and points in a season (987)
• Became the University of Tennessee's first Kodak All-American in 1977