Sue Wicks

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.

 



Sue Wicks

 

 



Class of 2013

 

• Wicks played for Rutgers University from 1984-1988, finishing her career as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 2,655 points and rebounder with 1,357 rebounds

• Holds Rutgers records (male or female) for points scored, scoring average, rebounds, rebounding average, blocked shots, field goals made/attempted, and free throws made/attempted

• She was a 1986, 1987, and 1988  Kodak All-American

• She was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and Tournament MVP three years in a row (1986-1988)

• In 1988, Wicks was named Naismith Player of the Year, U.S. Basketball Writers Association Player of the Year, Women’s Basketball News Service Player of the Year, and Street & Smith’s Player of the Year

• Wicks played for the New York Liberty from 1997-2002, being named to the 2000 WNBA All-Star team and winning the 2000 Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award

• She finished her WNBA career with 823 points, 182 assists, 788 rebounds, and 158 blocks.

• Ranks 8th in the WNBA in career shots blocked

• A member of the 1987 Pan American Games team which captured gold

• Played international basketball in Italy, Japan, Spain, Israel, Turkey, Hungary and France

• Wicks was inducted into the Rutgers Hall of Fame in 1994

 

Entire List By Class