Dixie Woodall

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Dixie Woodall

 

 



Class of 2005

 

• Was a three-time AAU All-American (1964, 1966, 1967) with the Raytown Piperettes and played on Nashville Business College’s 1960 AAU National Championship squad

• Earned a silver medal as a member of USA squad that competed in the 1967 Pan American Games

• Amassed a combined record of 390-97 in 14 seasons as the head coach at Seminole Junior College (281-71 in 10 seasons) and Oral Roberts University (109-26 in four seasons)

• Represented the United States on teams that toured South America in 1965 and competed in the FIBA World Championship in 1967

• Captured a junior college national championship crown at Seminole in 1976 with national runner-up finishes in both 1975 and 1977

• Served as an assistant coach for USA squad that claimed a silver medal at the 1977 World University Games in Bulgaria

• Coached USA teams that traveled to Russia, Korea, Hong Kong, China, and Japan

 

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