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USA Basketball Kedra Holland-Corn

1994 – U.S. Olympic Festival 1997 – World University Games

Ashley Houts

Kelly Miller

1999 – World University Games

Lisa O’Connor

2007 – U21 World Championships 2009 – World University Games

1982 – 1983 – 1985 – 1987 –

2003 – U.S. Youth Development Festival 2007 – Pan American Games

1987 – U.S. Olympic Festival

2005 – U.S. Youth Development Festival

2004 – U.S. Youth Development Festival 2004 – U.S. Junior National Team

Tasha Humphrey Christy Marshall

1983 – 1985 – 1986 – 1987 – 1988 – 1990 – 1991 – 1992 – 1994 – 1996 –

Katrina McClain

National Sports Festival World University Games Goodwill/FIBA World Championships Pan American Games U.S. Olympic Team Goodwill/FIBA World Championships Pan American Games U.S. Olympic Team FIBA World Championships U.S. Olympic Team

Rhonda Mikes

1985 – World University Games

Coco Miller

1999 – World University Games

“The case can be made – and to those who mistakenly think women’s basketball was invented by Sheryl Swoopes in 1993 and perfected by Rebecca Lobo two years later, it should be made – that the growth of the game over the past dozen years is best reflected in the careers of Edwards, who at the (1996) opening ceremonies took the Olympic oath on behalf of all the athletes, and McClain, who helped carry the Olympic flag.” – Alexander Wolff, Sports Illustrated

National Sports Festival National Sports Festival R. William Jones Cup Team World University Games

Tari Phillips

Angel Robinson

Saudia Roundtree

1995 – R. William Jones Cup Team

Adrienne Shuler

1990 – U.S. Select Team

Christi Thomas

2003 – U.S. Young Women National Team

Edwards inducted into U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

Teresa Edwards 1984, ’88, ’92, ’96, ’00 Olympian

Teresa Edwards (above right) delivered a bittersweet acceptance speech during ceremonies inducting her into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame in August 2009. “To accept this honor for me is to say goodbye to the true love of my life,” she said. Edwards is the only basketball player to represent the U.S. in five Olympics and is one of only three American athletes – along with Carl Lewis and Lisa Leslie – to win Gold at four Games. She also hold the unique distinction of being both the youngest (20 in 1984) and oldest (36 in 2000) women’s basketball player to capture Olympic Gold.

Christi Thomas – 2003 21-under World Champs

Tasha Humphrey – 2007 Pan Am Games 2009-10 Lad y Bulldo G Basketball

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2009-10 Women's Basketball Media Guide  

Bios, stats, and photos of the Georgia Lady Bulldogs.

2009-10 Women's Basketball Media Guide  

Bios, stats, and photos of the Georgia Lady Bulldogs.