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Ann Adkins Enthoven, 1992 

Martha Andersen, 1978

Kami Anderson, 1989
  • Is a clinical instructor of anesthesiology at Stanford School of Medicine.
  • Was president of Dosher Anesthesia in North Carolina for 8 years.
  • Attended medical school in North Dakota.
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,141 points
  • Stanford Freshman Records:
    • Third in points per game (14.7) and minutes played (1,011)
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated March 2016)
Jayne Appel Marinelli, 2010
  • Is the Associate Director of Player Operations of the Women's National Basketball Players' Association (WNBPA).
  • Retired from basketball in 2016 after playing in the WNBA with the San Antonio Stars for seven years. Also played professional basketball in Turkey and China.
  • Was secretary/treasurer of the WNBPA for three years.
  • Was a member of the USA Basketball Senior National Team.
  • Is married to Chris Marinelli, who played football at Stanford and now works in the financial industry.
  • Has a daughter, Shea Katherine, born February 2018
  • Earned a Master of Science degree in Sports Business and Management while playing pro ball.
  • Won gold medals with USA Basketball:
    • 2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship
    • 2007 Pan American Games
    • 2010 FIBA World Championship
  • National Awards:
    • Naismith Finalist (2010)
    • USBWA Women's All-America Team (2010)
    • NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (2009)
    • State Farm Coaches' All-America Team (2009, 2010)
    • Wade Trophy Finalist (2009, 2010)
    • Wooden All-American Team (2009, 2010)
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • Pac-10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2010)
    • Pac-10 Player of the Year (2009)
    • All-Pac-10 (2008, 2009, 2010)
    • Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2007)
  • Pac-12 Single Game Record:
    • First in field goals made (19, tied).
  • Stanford Career Records:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 2,125 points
    • First in blocks (273), third in rebounds (1,263)
  • Stanford Season Records:
    • First in blocks (84), games played (39, tied) and games started (39, tied).
  • Stanford Single Game Record:
  • Stanford Freshman Record:
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interviews by Stanford WBB: 2009, 2010
  • Stanford photos
  • Website
  • (Updated February 2018)
Evon Asforis, 1989
  • Is an attorney in New York City specializing in the representation of tenants in real estate litigation.
  • Played professional basketball in Spain.
  • Earned Juris Doctor at Fordham University School of Law and is a member of the New York State Bar.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated April 2014)
Jennifer Azzi, 1990
  • Is Global Director at the National Basketball Association (NBA).
  • is Director of Special Initiatives at the University of San Francisco.
  • Was women's basketball head coach at the University of San Francisco for six years.
  • Is married to Blair Hardiek; they have a son, Macklin Robert, born in February 2017.
  • Was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009.
  • Was inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame in 2007.
  • Was inducted into the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995.
  • Retired from the WNBA after five seasons.
  • Served as sideline commentator for ESPN's NCAA women's basketball coverage.
  • Was a member of the 1996 gold medal U.S. Olympic Team and an alternate on the 1992 and 2000 U.S. Olympic Teams.
  • Was a founding player of the ABL and played for the San Jose Lasers for three seasons.
  • Played professional basketball for four seasons in Italy, France and Sweden.
  • National Awards:
    • Honda-Broderick Player of the Year (1990)
    • Naismith Player of the Year (1990)
    • Wade Trophy Player of the Year (1990)
    • Women's Basketball News Service Player of the Year (1990)
    • NCAA Women's Final Four MVP (1990)
    • NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1990)
    • Kodak All-American (1989, 1990)
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • Pac-10 Player of the Year(1989, 1990)
    • All-Pac-10 (1988, 1989, 1990)
    • All-Pac-10 Freshman (1987)
  • Pac-12 Career Records:
  • Pac-12 Season Record:
    • Third in three-point percentage (.495).
  • Pac-12 Single Game Record:
    • First in three-point percentage (1.000, 7 of 7).
  • Stanford Career Records:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,634 points
    • First in 3-point percentage (.452)
    • Second in assists (751)
    • Third in steals (271).
  • Stanford Season Records:
    • First in 3-point percentage (.495) and steals (96).
  • Stanford Single Game Records:
    • First in 3-point percentage (1.000, 7 of 7) and assists (16)
    • Second in steals (8).
  • Stanford Freshman Records:
    • First in assists (165) and assists per game (6.1).
  • Stanford photos
  • Blog
  • (Updated Julyy 2018)
Christina Batastini, 2000
  • Is a color analyst for men's and women's basketball with the New England Sports Network.
  • Is the president and head instructor of the Batastini School of Basketball in Providence, R.I.
  • Was inducted into the R.I. Interscholastic League Hall of Fame in 2009.
  • Was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2003.
  • Has a daughter, Ryanne Elizabeth
  • Was an assistant coach at Brown University for a season.
  • Played professional basketball in Europe for four years, and was a Swiss All-Star.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2016)
Aly Beebe, 2016Chandra Benton, 1999
  • Taught English at St. Mary's School in Medford, Oregon.
  • Is married to Chuck Strait.
  • Earned a Master's Degree, English / Language Arts Teacher from Southern Oregon University..
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2017)
Clare Bodensteiner, 2007
  • Is a Senior Vendor Manager (Buyer) with Amazon.
  • Is married to Carrie Watts; they have a daughter, Nora, born in January 2014.
  • Was assistant coach at Loyola University for three seasons (2009-12)
  • Was a member of the 2008 New Zealand Olympic Team.
  • Earned her master's degree at the Stanford School of Education.
  • Collegiate Award:
    • Pac-10-All-Academic (2007)
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2017)
Becky Bonner, 2005
  • Is Director of Player Development and Quality Control at the NBA Orlando Magic.
  • Worked for the NBA Basketball Operations International Group for six years.
  • Was Women's Basketball Director of Operations at the University of Louisville for four seasons.
  • Retired from playing basketball in 2006 after a season with the Norrkoping Dolphins in Sweden.
  • Transferred from Stanford to Boston University in 2002.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated July 2017)
Sarah Boothe, 2012Barbara Boylan, 1978Beth Boylan, 1981
  • Is a financial analyst at Nordstrom in the Seattle area.
  • Was one of Stanford’s first two women basketball players on scholarship.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2016)
Mary Bradach, 1985
  • Is the Director of Gift Planning at the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo.
  • Lives in Buffalo with her spouse Susan and son Max.
  • Was Senior Director/Vice President, Wealth Management in the Practice Development Group at AXA Equitable in New York. for more than 29 years.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated October 2018)

Katherine (Katie) Brubaker, 1974

  • Now spends time with her nieces, nephews, great nephews, and volunteering. Summers are spent at their long time summer cabin at Huntington Lake (south of Yosemite) where she is becoming active in the forest planning of the area.
  • Worked at Permanente Medical Group from 1989 until her retirement in 2012. Main interests were weight gain during pregnancy and menopausal medicine.
  • Worked at Kaiser-Anaheim from 1982-89, where she taught OB-GYN residents as well as seeing patients . Received several teaching awards.
  • Graduated from Stanford in 1974, got her MD at St Louis University Medical School in 1978, completed her residency in OB-GYN at UC Irvine in 1982.
  • Of those two years of pre-Title IX basketball, Katie says:
    Our practices were in Encina Gym at dinner time - when the men weren’t using the gym. In order to be “official”, we needed a coach. The only one, bless her heart, who volunteered was Shirley Schoof, the women’s field hockey coach. She knew NOTHING about basketballball but showed up at our games to make it official. She basically allowed Terry and some of the others to coach ourselves. Paula Johnson was the other center, besides me. We were horrible  – mainly because most of us had played the old “2 offense, 2 defensive players and 1 rover” basketball and now we played traditional 5 full court players. We had no jerseys, but were told to wear white T shirts (with our red pennys) and black shorts/pants. I think we played Cal Berkeley, Santa Clara and maybe SJS or Hayward. 
  • Played basketball and volleyball only from 1971-1973 because she was pre-med and had chemistry labs that profs wouldn't let her miss for practice
  • Transferred to Stanford from the University of Oregon at the beginning of her sophomore year, along with her roommate Terry Borchers who had been notified that Stanford needed to form a women’s basketball team to satisfy requirements of Title IX.
  • (Added June, 2014)
Peggy Bruggman, 1979
  • Is a Senior Managing Counsel at Oracle.
  • Is an environmental activist.
  • Earned her law degree at Hastings College of Law
  • Earned her master's degree in music at the New England Conservatory of Music
  • (Updated May 2017)

Kathy Bundy Anderson, 1980

  • (Added September 2016)
Mary Buttner, 1977Jasmine Camp, 2015Jamie Carey, 2004
  • Is in her third season as an assistant women's basketball coach at the University of Texas.
  • Was an assistant women's basketball coach at the University of Colorado for two seasons.
  • Was assistant director of the USA Basketball women's national team and coached high school basketball.
  • Retired from professional basketball in 2009 after playing in the WNBA for four seasons.
  • Transferred from Stanford to the University of Texas in 2002, where she was able to play for two more seasons.
  • Retired from basketball at Stanford in 2000 after repeated concussions.
  • National Awards:
    • Woman of the Year-State of Texas (2005)
    • Jim Valvano Comeback Player of the Year (2004)
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • All-Big 12 (2004, 2005)
    • Big-12 All-Academic (2004, 2005)
    • Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2000)
  • Stanford Freshman Records:
    • First in 3-pointers made (81)
    • Second in 3-pointers attempted (178) and 3-point percentage (.455).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated August 2018)
Judy Carter, 1984
  • Was a walk-on to women's basketball as a sophomore - continued playing as a junior and senior.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated September 2016)

Jan Cenedella, 1979

  • Is a civil engineer, currently the Director of Pre-Construction Services at Deacon Corp in Irvine, CA.
  • Earned a master's degree in Construction Management at Stanford.
  • (Added September 2016)
Michelle Chapman, 1979
  • Played basketball only in her freshman year.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated September 2016)
Peggy Chutich, 1981
  • Is an Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court.
  • Was a judge on the Minnesota Court of Appeals for four years.
  • Was assistant dean of the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
  • Worked in various capacities in the office of the Minnesota Attorney General for 17 years.
  • Is married to Penny Wheeler, president and CEO of Allina Health; they have a teen-age daughter, Olivia.
  • Earned her law degree at the University of Michigan.
  • Transferred to the University of Minnesota after her freshman year at Stanford.
  • (Updated May 2016)
Ashley Cimino, 2011 Morgan Clyburn, 2009Gay CoburnMarkisha Coleman, 2007
  • Is in her fifth season as head coach of girls' varsity basketball at Menlo-Atherton High School.
  • Is working as a probation officer for Santa Clara County.
  • Is the director and coach of the II Deep youth basketball program in East Palo Alto
  • Earned her master’s degree in education with an emphasis on psychology at Pepperdine.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated October 2018)
Anne Cooper, 1981
  • Is a family practice physician.
  • Attended medical school at UC Davis.
  • (Updated April 2014)
Leslie Crandell, 1987

Diana Dahlgren, 1979

  • Is a clinical psychologist, practicing in Fairfax, VA.
  • Is married and has two children.
  • Earned her master's degree in clinical psychology at the University of Hawaii and her doctorate the University of Maryland.
  • (Added September 2016)

Lauri De'Armond, 1981

Katie Denny, 2004
  • Is an assistant professor of Clinical Neuropsychology at UC Davis Medical Center.
  • Is married to Michael Macellari.
  • Earned her doctorate degree in clinical neuropsychology at the University of Miami.
  • Graduated from Stanford with a master's degree in psychology.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated June 2017)
Sarah Dimson, 2001Hannah Donaghe, 2011Bethany Donaphin, 2002
  • Is Head of WNBA League Operations
  • Earned her MBA at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2012
  • Retired from professional basketball in 2008 after playing in the WNBA for two seasons and in Spain, Turkey and Italy for six seasons.
  • Collegiate Award:
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (2002)
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,010 points
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2018)
Kelly Dougherty, 1994
  • Teaches 4th grade at the Dyer School in Dacula, Georgia
  • Is executive director of the Georgia Red Storm, an AAU Basketball organization.
  • Has two teenage daughters, Jordan and Jaron.
  • Was assistant coach at Vanderbilt for a year.
  • Transferred to Vanderbilt in her junior year, where she continued playing basketball for the Commodores.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2016)
Denia Ebersole, 2016
  • Is a Business Consulting Associate intern at ZS Associates, a business services firm.
  • Earned her bachelor's degree in Management Science and Engineering.
  • Played basketball on a one-year scholarship during her freshman year.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2016)
Jessica Elway Delgadillo, 2008
  • Is Director of Training & Curriculum for Bonds of Union, an organization that strives to improve educational, social and economic outcomes for low-income communities.
  • Is married to Jimmy Delgadillo, who is serving his medical residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
  • Left the team after her freshman year, but completed her studies at Stanford with a master's degree in education.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2017)
Cori Enghusen, 2002Stephanie Erickess-Caluya, 1977
  • Is a carpenter.
  • Author of Just want to play ball, presented at Stanford Women's Basketball 25th anniversary celebration.
Sarah Evans-Moore, 1986
  • Is a broker and, with her husband Joe, owner of Evans-Moore Realty in Gallipolis, Ohio
  • Has a son (Owen) and a daughter (Leia).
  • Was the head coach at Marshall University (1992-97). In 1997, Marshall won the Southern Conference Championship and played in the NCAA tournament.
  • Was an assistant woman's basketball coach at Murray State University (1986-89), University of Louisville (1989-90) and University of Georgia (1990-92).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2017)
Milena Flores, 2000
  • Is an academic counselor in the college support program of Rainier Scholars, an organization that offers a pathway to college graduation for hard-working, low-income students of color.
  • Was assistant coach at Princeton for 11 seasons and at the University of Pacific, Lehigh and Yale.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA for a season with the Miami Sol and in Lithuania.
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • All-Pac-10 (1999, 2000)
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (1999, 2000)
    • All-Pac-10 Freshman (1997)
  • Stanford Career Record:
  • Stanford Season Record:
    • Second in assists per game (7.3).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated October 2018)
Kristin Folkl-Kaburakis, 1998
  • Is Director of Development for the St. Louis Sports Commission.
  • Is married to Tassos Kaburakis, an attorney and professor in sports marketing.
  • Has a son, Ian Nicholas, born in 2006, and a daughter, Sophia, born in 2009.
  • Was inducted into the St Louis Sports Hall of Fame in 2014.
  • Was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame in 2013.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA for four seasons and in Australia, Switzerland and Greece.
  • National Awards:
    • Kodak All-American (1998)
    • Naismith Finalist (1998)
    • Academic All-American (1998)
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • All-Pac-10 (1998).
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (1998)
    • All-Pac-10 Freshman (1995)
  • Pac-12 Career Record:
    • First in field goal percentage (.644)
  • Stanford Season Record:
    • First in field goal percentage (.695)
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated July 2018)
Regan Freuen Drew, 1999Stephanie Galef Streeter, 1979
  • Resigned as CEO of Libbey Corportation, a position she had held since 2011.
  • Is a member of the Board of Directors of Kohl's Corporation and of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.
  • Was the Acting CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee.
  • Was Chairman, President and CEO of Banta Corporation.
  • She and her husband Ed are the parents of twins, Zeke and Connie, born in 2007.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2017)

Rebecca Garcia, 1981

Yvonne Gbalazeh-Hart, 2000 Nancy Geenen, 1981
  • Is a managing partner of CompassLys Group, mangement consultants for women business owners.
  • Was a senior legal officer for the United Nations in 1998 & 1999.
  • Earned her law degree at Santa Clara University School of Law.
  • Played field hockey and basketball at Stanford.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2017)
Karen Goedewaagen Knetter, 1987Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, 2010
  • Is a basketball analyst and TV personality:
  • Won an Emmy in 2015 in recognition of her work as a sideline reporter for the Warriors,
  • Was inducted into the Girl's Catholic High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame in 2011 in recognition of her high school career at Bishop Molloy High School.
  • Earned a master's degree in Sociology at Stanford.
  • Collegiate Award:
    • Pac-10 Co-Defensive Player of the Year (2010)
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • Third in games played (148).
  • Stanford Season Record:
    • First in games played (39, tied).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interviews by Stanford WBB: 2008, 2010
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated September 2017)
Molly Goodenbour, 1993
  • Is in her third season as women's basketball head coach at the University of San Francisco.
  • Was head coach at Cal State Dominguez Hills for three years, at UC Irvine for four years, at Chico State for two years, and at Santa Rosa Junior College for three years.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL, the WNBA, and in Sweden.
  • Is married to Pat Fuscaldo, the men's basketball coach at Sonoma State.
  • National Awards:
    • NCAA Women's Final Four MVP (1992)
    • NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1992)
  • Collegiate Award:
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,040 points
  • Stanford Single Game Record:
    • First in 3-pointers made (9,tied).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated July 2018)
Debi Gore-Mann, 1982
  • Is Chief Executive Officer at the San Francisco Conservation Corps
  • Has been the Chief Development officer for the Cal Alumni Association, the Athletic Director at the University of San Francisco, the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Finance and Operations at Stanford, and a TV broadcaster for women's basketball.
  • Earned an MBA at Stanford.
  • Is married to Anthony Mann, a former USF basketball player. They have a daughter, Quinci.
  • (Updated May 2016)
Karesa Granderson, 1999
  • Is a management analyst.
  • Earned her master's degree in sociology at Stanford in 2016.
  • Was an analyst for the natural gas industry.
  • Played basketball at Stanford for two seasons, as a freshman and sophomore.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2016)
Alex Green, 2015Taylor Greenfield, 2015Judy Griffith, 1986
  • Died in 2007, survived by her husband, Eugene Loh, and three young children
  • Taught high school and middle school math and science in the Bay Area for nine years before leaving the profession to care for her young family.
  • Earned her master's degree in education at Stanford.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated September 2016)
Noelle Hanrahan, 1983
  • Is an investigative journalist
  • Is the founder and director of Prison Radio, a nonprofit organization that "challenges mass incarceration and racism by airing the voices of men and women in prison."
  • Earned a Master of Criminal Justice degree at Boston University.
  • Stanford photos
Jillian Harmon, 2009Tara Harrington, 1997
  • Is a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), specializing in foot and ankle surgery, associated with Intermountain Healthcare in the Salt Lake City area.
  • Is the mother of twins, Louise and Leonard, born in 2012.
  • Earned a double master's degree in Business and Health Services at the University of North Carolina.
  • Played professional basketball in Germany and Sweden.
  • Was assistant coach at Cal State Northridge and Montana State-Bozeman.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated June 2015)
Mitch Harrison, 2010

Siobhan Hathhorn, 1984

  • Is an elementary school principal in Cascade, Montana.
  • Is married to John Hines; they have two children, Tara and Aran.
  • Transferred to the University of Montana after her freshman year.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Added September 2016)
Christy Hedgpeth, 1994
  • Is VP, Team Marketing & Business Operations at National Basketball Association (NBA).
  • Was inducted into the Davidson County Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • Was inducted into the Westchester Country Day School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009.
  • Earned her MBA at Duke.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL for three seasons and served as the league's manager of player development.
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • All-Pac-10 (1994)
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (1993, 1994)
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,387 points
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2015)
Rachel Hemmer, 1995
  • Is a Network Operations Center Manager at OSIsoft.
  • Played professional basketball in France.
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • All-Pac-10 (1994)
    • NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1992)
    • Pac-10 Freshman of the Year(1992)
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,289 points
  • Stanford Freshman Records:
    • Second in free throws attempted (153) and free throws made (116).
  • Stanford Single Game Record:
    • First in free throws made (16, tied)
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2016)
Sonja Henning, 1991
  • Is Senior Director of Business Affairs and League Relations, North America Sports Marketing at Nike.
  • Was inducted into the Racine County Sports Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • Was inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2010.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL for three seasons, in the WNBA for five seasons and in Sweden.
  • Graduated from Duke Law School.
  • National Awards
    • NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1991)
    • Kodak All-American (1991)
    • Women's Basketball News Service National Freshman of the Year (1988)
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • Pac-10 Player of the Year (1991)
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (1991)
    • All-Pac-10 (1989, 1990, 1991)
    • All-Pac-10 Freshman (1988)
  • Pac-12 Career Record:
  • Stanford Career Records:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,445 points
    • First in assists (757),
    • Second in steals (280)
    • Third in free throws made (101).
  • Stanford Season Records:
    • First in assists (237) and assists per game (7.4)
    • Second in steals. (91).
  • Stanford Single Game Record:
  • Stanford Freshman Record:
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated July 2018)
Liz Hill, 1973JJ Hones, 2010Barbara Hunt, 1987
  • Is Senior Director, Global Talent Management for Medical Devices Group at Johnson and Johnson
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated April 2015)
Enjoli Izidor, 2002Sue K (Sukie) Jackson, 1976Sara James, 2014Sonia Jarvis, 1976
  • Is a lawyer and author whose research and teaching focus on race, politics and the media.
  • Is a Distinguished Lecturer at Baruch College, City University of New York.
  • Earned her law degree at Yale.
  • (Updated April 2015)

Amy Johnson, 1982

  • Retired from the corporate world in 2015 after working at Wells Fargo for 23 years.
  • Earned her MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Management in 1989
  • Played basketball and field hockey at Stanford.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Added September 2016)
Kailee Johnson, 2017Kaylee Johnson, 2018Anita Kaplan Fiedel, 1995
  • Is a senior financial and accounting analyst at Symantec.
  • She and her husband Noah Fiedel have three sons -- big brother Samuel and twins Leo and Jack.
  • Earned her master's degree in Business at Santa Clara University.
  • Played professional basketball in Sweden and in the ABL for three seasons.
  • Collegiate Awards:
    • All-Pac-10 (1994, 1995)
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (1994, 1995)
    • All-Pac-10 Freshman (1992)
  • Stanford Career Record:
    • A member of the Stanford 2,000/1,000 Point Club with 1,509 points
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Bobbie Kelsey Grayson, 1996Anne (Onnie) Killefer, 1976Sebnem Kimyacioglu, 2005 Susan King Borchardt, 2005
  • Is the Sports Performance Consultant for the Seattle Storm.
  • Was the Sports Performance coach for Stanford Women's Basketball in 2011-12.
  • She and her husband, Curtis Borchardt, have four children – a son (Finley) born in 2010, twins (Flory and Avery) born in 2011 and Franci born in 2014
  • Earned a master's degree in Exercise Science.
  • Played professional basketball for the Minnesota Lynx in tthe WNBA for a season.
  • Collegiate Award:
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (2005)
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated May 2016)
Toni Kokenis, 2014Lisa Kolp, 1976
  • Is an assistant professor of gynecology and obstetrics at Johns Hopkins, specializing in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
  • Completed a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at the University of Virginia.
  • (Updated May 2014)
Karen Ruoff Kramer, 1969
  • Is the Director of Stanford University in Berlin
  • Is an author, a published poet, a cellist, and she dances with horses (dressage)
  • Played varsity basketball at Stanford when women's basketball was a half-court game
Kim Kupferer, 1983
  • Is a private attorney in Berkeley, CA, specializing in criminal defense.
  • Stanford Single Game Record:
    • First in field goal percentage (1.000, 11 of 11).
  • Stanford photos
Kiran Lakhian, 2016
  • Is pursuing her graduate degree at SMU in Dallas, and playing basketball with the SMU Mustangs.
  • Plans to earn a master’s degree in public health or maybe sports medicine before going on to medical school.
  • Played basketball as a freshman, left the program for two years, then returned in her senior year.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated June 2016)
Lindy La Rocque, 2012Celeste Lavoie Blankenship, 1989
  • Played professional basketball in Germany.
  • Transferred to Duke in her junior year, where she continued to play basketball.
  • Stanford photos
Elaine Levin, 1979Kathy Levinson, 1977

Kim Lew Nelson, 1979

  • Is CEO/Owner at The KLEW Company, a purchasing training and consutling business.
  • Was Director of global purchasing at Procter & Gamble.
  • She and her husband, Michael Nelson, have two daughters.
  • Earned her MBA at Harvard Business School.
  • (Added September 2016)
Sara Lillevand Judd, 1987
  • Is the Recreation Director in Piedmont, California
  • Was the Director of Athletics at Cal State East Bay
  • Was head women's basketball coach at Cal State East Bay for 11 years.
  • Was assistant coach at Wellesley and at UC Davis
  • Earned a master's degree in physical therapy at Boston University
  • Transferred to UC Davis after her freshman year at Stanford
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated April 2015)
Leslie Lorimer, 1988Betsy Lough, 1979 Nancy Lovvold Guerland, 1978
  • Is Senior Vice President/General Manager at BioFusion, a specialty infusion pharmacy .
  • Is an avid runner and triathlete.
  • Is married to David Guerland since 1979; they met in Industrial Engineering class in Terman.
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  • Is a physician specializing in palliative care at St Thomas Hospital in Nashville.
  • Is married and has two sons.
  • Completed residency at University of Utah Medical School after graduating from Vanderbilt Medical School.
  • National Awards:
    • Academic All-American (1992, 1993)
  • Collegiate Awards: All-Pac-10 Academic (1992, 1993).
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LeeAnn Margerum-Warshawsky, 1985
  • Founded and owns Teltek Systems, an Adobe software reseller business.
  • She and her husband, Dean, have a son, Jake.
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  • Is a pediatric nurse practioner in the Cardiology Department at Lucille Packard Children's Hospital.
  • Is married to Zach Heller, a captain at the Ritz Carlton in San Francisco; they have a son born in 2014.
  • Earned her master's degree in Nursing at UCSF.
  • Was a standout volleyball player for four years -- joined the basketball team for the last half of her senior year.
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Denise McGuire, 1982
  • Is a corporate executive and entrepreneur.
  • Was vice president of global alliances at Yahoo!
  • Has two sons, Matt & Chris, born in 2007.
  • Earned her MBA at Stanford.
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  • Is an ophthalmologist, working at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu.
  • Is married to Tim Young, former Stanford basketball player. They have three daughters and a son.
  • Played both volleyball and basketball at Stanford.
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  • Is a board member of the Bellingham Public School Foundation, coaches basketball & volleyball and teaches geography enrichment after school
  • Marketed consumer products at Microsoft and Procter and Gamble for more than 20 years.
  • She and her husband, Doug Clark, have two daughters, Jessa and Emma.
  • Stanford Career Record:
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  • Collegiate Awards:
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    • All-NorCal (1982)
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  • Worked in engineering and now in education, teaching math and physics at Miramonte High School in Orinda.
  • She and her husband, Andy Sorenson, have three kids.
  • Served on the Orinda School Board for 8 years.
  • Coached CYO basketball and now assisting with high school tennis team.
  • Collegiate Award:
    • All-Pac-10 Academic (1987)
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Naomi Mulitauaopele Tagaleo'o, 1998
  • Is CEO of Education with Purpose Foundation (EDWPF), whose mission is to impact the parent-to-student relationship of Pacific Islander families
  • She and her husband, Solomona Tagaleo'o, have a son, Solomona Jr., born in May 2009.
  • Earned her MBA at the University of Phoenix in Washington.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL, the WNBA, and in Turkey, Korea and Spain before retiring from basketball in 2004.
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  • Is in her tenth season at Windward School in Los Angeles, currently the Senior Associate Athletic Director and Girls' Basketball Program Lead.
  • Has a daughter, Emerson, born in June 2010, and twins, Bryce and Avery, born in November 2012.
  • Was assistant coach for the WNBA Washington Mystics for a season.
  • Was first assistant basketball coach at Pepperdine University for four seasons.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA for six seasons and in Germany, Spain and Italy.
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Chiney Ogwumike, 2014
  • Is an NBA analyst.
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    • Pac-12 Tournament MOP (2013)
    • All-Pac-10/12 (2011,2012, 2013, 2014)
    • Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014)
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    • Pac-12-All-Academic (2012, 2014)
    • Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2011)
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    • First in tournament rebounds (50) and tournament rebounding average (16.7)
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    • Second in field goals made (1,100), points (2,737) and rebounds (1,567)
    • Third in field goal percentage (.589) and rebounds per game (10.8)
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    • Second in points (967) and points per game (26.1)
    • Third in field goals attempted (669) and rebounds (466)
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the 2021 china international service trade fair (service trade fair) will be held in beijing from september 2nd to 7th. meanwhile, the global service trade summit will be held on september 2. president xi jinping will deliver a speech at the global service trade summit via video.

as one of the three major exhibition platforms for china's opening to the outside world, the service trade fair has become a leading event in the field of global service trade, and is a close link between china and the world. people from many countries and the media expressed that they look forward to the 2021 service trade fair that will continue to provide opportunities for all parties to deepen cooperation, build consensus, and promote global economic recovery in the post-epidemic era.

"service trade fair has become an important global platform"

this year, the service trade fair will host 5 summit forums, 193 forum meetings and promotion and negotiation activities, as well as 8 side events. more than 10,000 companies from 153 countries and regions have registered to participate in the exhibition, and the world's top 500 and industry-leading companies accounted for 18%, an increase of 9 percentage points from the previous time. the heads of exhibitors and enterprises said that the increase in the attractiveness of the service trade fair stems from china's open cooperation environment and broad development prospects.

tang zhimin, director of the china-asean studies center of the chia university school of management in thailand, said that this year's service trade fair will cover all major areas of service trade, build a platform and provide opportunities for international service trade cooperation, and will inject impetus into the development of global service trade.

"during the service trade fair in 2020, we participated in the winter sports special exhibition, and the response was very good." thomas tajuman, general manager of the czech ski brand alpine china market, said that many european brands have gained more cooperation opportunities through the service trade fair. . "as the beijing winter olympics approach, china's ice and snow sports market will usher in rapid growth. this is a good development opportunity for us."

zvi schiller, chairman of the israel robotics association, said that many professionals and investors are expected to participate in this service trade fair. china has a huge market and strong manufacturing capabilities, and the association is considering establishing a joint r&d center with china.

the panamanian "star" published an article that panama regards the service trade fair as an important boost to the global economic recovery in the post-epidemic era. mark garcia, senior regional consultant of lixin certified public accountants in panama business consulting company, believes that the trade in service is an excellent opportunity to promote cooperation between panama and china in the field of digital economy services. "the service trade fair can allow foreign investors to better understand china, as well as the service trade support and facilitation measures china provides, which will further enhance investors' confidence in long-term investment in china."

"china has become a major trading partner of many countries. the holding of the service trade fair not only conveys to the world china's confidence in opening up to the outside world, but also promotes trade exchanges between china and other economies and builds an important platform for exchanges and cooperation. "brazil business leaders organization china chairman everton monezi said.

wesley douglas, director of the african carbon exchange, is very pleased to see that this year's service trade will include carbon peaking and carbon neutrality as a key issue. “the service trade fair has become an important global platform, and this platform is helpful for solving global problems.” he said that china has provided an important reference for developing countries to practice green development, and african countries have a strong desire for green economic development. , there is an urgent need for related investment and technology introduction. africa and china have great potential for cooperation in these areas.

"digital technology brings hope to the future"

in his speech at the 2020 service trade conference global service trade summit, president xi jinping emphasized that it is necessary to comply with the development trend of digitalization, networking, and intelligence, and work together to eliminate the "digital divide" and promote the digitalization of service trade. the theme of this year's service trade fair is "digital opens up the future, service promotes development". visitors will experience various innovative service products and the latest technologies provided by domestic and foreign enterprises through the service trade fair. in particular, new services centered on the digital economy have received widespread attention from the international community.

yukio kajida, a professor at chuo university in japan, said that in the post-epidemic era, the importance of the digital economy has become more and more prominent. governments and enterprises of various countries are actively promoting the development of the digital economy, and china is at the forefront of this field. this year's service trade fair uses "digitalization" as a key word, which will help promote cooperation and exchanges between global companies in the new situation, and further contribute to global technological innovation, economic development and improvement of people's lives. trade in services will become an important force to promote the recovery of the world economy.

everton monezi said that china’s experience in promoting the application of electronic payment technology is worth learning from latin america. latin american countries are starting to revitalize their economies in order to achieve long-term sustainable development. the service trade fair provides a high-level platform for cooperation between latin america and china, allowing more high-quality latin american companies to enter the chinese market and contribute to the recovery of the world economy.

"digital technology brings hope to the future." susanna gutkovska, acting chief representative of the beijing office of the polish national tourism administration, said that this year's "cloud showroom" at the service trade fair provided them with the opportunity to contact and communicate with their chinese partners. an opportunity for chinese tourists to issue invitations. poland's primorsky province and warsaw tourism organization set up booths in the yunshang exhibition hall to attract visitors. the holding of the service trade fair will help the recovery of the global tourism industry.

karl fei, a professor at the business school of aalto university in finland, believes that china has accumulated a lot of experience in the development of the digital economy. for example, the government provides policy support for enterprises, revitalizes the domestic market for digital services, and supports and encourages innovative companies in this field. share and discuss these experiences with all parties at the service trade conference.

"it is of great significance to the recovery of the world economy"

according to data from the ministry of commerce of china, despite the impact of the epidemic, china's total service imports and exports in 2020 will still exceed rmb 4.5 trillion. in the first half of this year, the added value of china's service industry reached 29.6 trillion yuan, accounting for 55.7% of gdp, providing strong support for the high-quality development of service trade. international sources said that under the background of economic globalization, china's economy is open and inclusive, opening its doors to embrace companies from all over the world, and will contribute wisdom and strength to the deepening of global service trade and investment cooperation.

as the guest country of this year's service and trade fair, ireland has not only set up exhibition areas for investment, food, health, education, etc., it will also show the unique charm of ireland through ethnic dance performances and movies. four institutions including the irish food board, the trade and technology board, the investment development board, and the tourism board will appear together on the stage of the service trade fair for the first time. fenbar cleary, vice president of the irish-china science and technology exchange association, said that china's total service trade imports may reach us$10 trillion in the next 15 years, which contains huge market opportunities.

mohamed farahart, director of the egyptian pyramid politics and strategic research center, said that the service and trade will build a sound framework for international cooperation, create a healthier business and investment environment, help establish a new operating structure and trade network, and promote service trade. , investment and capital flow.

lu yaoqun, director of the institute of governance and sustainable development of the national university of singapore business school, said that the service trade association is an excellent platform to promote the development of free trade and common prosperity between china, asia and the rest of the world. the service trade association once again confirmed china's long-term commitment to the idea of building a community with a shared future for mankind.

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  • ;">qiu weigong, chairman of the thai-china business council of thailand, said that trade can drive the development of various relations between the two countries. "china's national-level exhibition platforms such as the canton fair, the service trade fair, and the china international import expo will serve as a benchmark for trade, and the world economy will benefit from it."


    tang zhimin said that open and inclusive service trade is also an important part of the regional comprehensive economic partnership agreement. china has used practical actions to create an open and inclusive environment for cooperation through the holding of service trade fairs and china international import expo. "under the current economic situation, china insists on expanding its opening up to the outside world and leading global cooperation. these measures are of great significance to the recovery of the world economy."

    hanat besek, president of the china association for the promotion of trade in kazakhstan, said that china’s opening to the outside world has evolved from the initial policy preferences to the current institutional opening, which not only benefits the chinese people, but also contributes to the economic development of neighboring countries. significant driving effect.

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    Tim McGraw’s Daughter – Maggie Elizabeth McGraw Wiki (Bio, Age, Stanford College Education, Height)

    Maggie is the beautiful second daughter of the American music legends Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The supermodel-like beauty is a lot of things, but she is most popularly known as the child of Tim and Faith. 

    We know there are so many things that you wish to know about Maggie, so, within this article, we have put together all the nitty-gritty we could lay our hands-on. So now you wouldn’t need to break a sweat as all the information is within your reach. Keep reading to discover more about Maggie Elizabeth McGraw.

    When was Maggie born?

    Maggie was born twenty-two years ago, on the twelfth day of August. Precisely, she was born in 1998, which would make her twenty-three years by the end of this year.

    Maggie’s Childhood

    Maggie had a great childhood. She was the second child born to Tim and his wife. Together with her siblings, Maggie experienced the love of both her parents.

    Her parents did not allow the pressures of their musical career interference with bringing up Maggie and her siblings. Tim and Faith still created time to give their kids the childhood they deserved. Maggi’s family currently lives in Nashville in the United States.

    Maggi’s Relationship with Her Siblings

    Maggie has two sisters, Gracie, who is elder, and Audrey, the youngest. There has been no record of discord between the sisters. Together they have always put smiles on the faces of their parents. How proud Tim and Faith must be.

    Maggie is very close to her sisters. On Maggie’s 22nd birthday last year, Gracie organized a picnic for her. Gracie is older than Maggie by a year, and Audrey is younger than Maggie by three years, so if you did the math already, you would know that Gracie will be 24, Maggie 23, and Audrey 20 by the end of this year.

    Maggie’s College Days

    After leaving high school at eighteen, Maggie proceeded to Stanford University to obtain a college degree in Climate Control. She graduated some months ago, specifically in June 2020. She still plans to get a master’s degree soon.

    Before Maggie graduated from college, she lived it up. She joined a rock band and performed in some concerts with her group, where she was the lead singer most of the time. In 2018 she also performed at a show organized by her parents, The Soul to Soul Tour. The show was held in Ontario, London, with thousands of fans in attendance. 

    At the show, she sang wonderfully and amazed all those in attendance, such that you wouldn’t need to argue if Tim and Faith were her parents.

    Maggie’s Passion

    Maggie has always loved the ocean and other aquatic bodies. It was this passion of hers that made her participate in diving as a sport. Her father, Tim McGraw, also revealed that she had an interest in marine biology. 

    Besides all these, Maggie, like her parents, has also shown much interest in music. She sings beautifully even though she has not taken up a full-blown music career. It is easy to see that she is extremely gifted in music. Maggie bears a stunning resemblance to her mother, not only in her voice but in her looks.

    Maggie also participates in activities that border on giving back to society. Four years ago, she helped her dad at the Invictus Games that took place in Orlando. The games celebrate wounded warriors and promote sport as a means of total recovery for those injured warriors who took part in the sport. On this occasion, Maggie was able to meet Prince Harry.

    And last year, during the heat of the pandemic, she joined a nonprofit organization at Nashville named ‘Feed the Frontline.’ At this activity, she rendered help to health workers. She has also volunteered for numerous social work.

    Besides all her other passions, Maggie is also an animal lover. 

    Is Maggie Working now?

    Maggie has not begun working yet. She is still spending time with her family and other things like her college lover John Whiting.

    How much is Maggie’s net worth?

    Maggie’s net worth is unknown.

    Maggie’s Relationship

    Although Maggie has managed to keep her relationship from the media, we gathered that she is currently dating John Whiting. They met at Stanford, and on Maggie’s Instagram account, there are some pictures of her and John together.

    Is Maggie Going to Build A Career In Music?

    Maggie has not declared an intention to begin a singing career yet but, she has accompanied her parents on several of their concerts and even sang numerous duets with her father, Tim McGraw. In 2015 Maggie sang ‘ here tonight’ at Bridge stone Arena with her dad.

    In 2016 Maggie was her father’s date at the CMT Awards and the AMA (American Musical Awards).

    Maggie’s Father

    Maggie’s Father, Tim McGraw, is a fifty-three-year-old American singer with many songs titled to his name. Some of the songs sang by him include; ‘it’s your love,’ ‘if you’re reading this,’ and ‘live like you were dying.’

    Maggie’s Mother

    Maggie’s mother, Faith Hill, is also a music star, and she has sung the following songs; ‘the secret life,’ ‘breathe,’ ‘matters to me,’ ‘the secret life’ e.t.c

    Maggie’s Parents Marriage

    Tim and Faith got married in 1996, and a year later, they had their first child Gracie. In 1998 they welcomed their second baby, Maggie, and two years later, they had their last child, Audrey.

    At a point in the early years of their marriage, Tim battled an addiction that almost cost him his family. But eventually, he got it right and became a better husband and father.

    Maggie’s Grand Father

    Maggie’s paternal grandfather is Frank Edwin McGraw Junior. He was a pro baseball pitcher in Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets.

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    Val Whiting

    Valeria Olivia Whiting (born April 9, 1972) (also known as Val Whiting-Raymond) is a former collegiate and professional basketball player. She played center for the Stanford Cardinal women's basketball during her four years of pre-med study at Stanford. Among other collegiate honors, she was named Pac-10 Women's Basketball Player of the Year two years in a row. She also played for several USA National teams as well as professional women's basketball teams.

    Early life[edit]

    Whiting grew up in Wilmington, Delaware.[1] For high school, she attended Ursuline Academy[2] where, according to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame, she "led her team to four Delaware scholastic basketball titles and was a multi-year All-State performer."[3][4]

    Whiting was a pre-med student at Stanford, where she earned a BS in Biological Sciences. She deferred her acceptance to University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine in order to play basketball in Brazil and Italy.[5]

    Basketball career[edit]

    College years (Stanford 1989-1993)[edit]

    Whiting played for the Stanford Cardinal women's basketball team all four years of her time at Stanford. In 1990, at the end of her rookie (freshman) season, she was named Freshman of the Year both by the Pac-10 Conference and by the Women's Basketball News Service.[6]

    Also in 1990, Whiting was on the USA team for the U.S. Olympic Festival, an amateur multi-sport event that used to be held in the years between Olympic Games by the United States Olympic Committee, which took place in Minneapolis that year.[7]

    Whiting won two NCAA championships and went to the Final Four three years. Stanford also won four Pac-10 championships. She graduated as the school's all-time leading scorer and all-time leader in rebounds and blocks. She also left as the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in Pac-10 history. Including high school, Val has won 10 championships in total.[8]

    Post-college basketball[edit]

    After graduating from Stanford, Whiting postponed going to medical school in order to play more basketball. She spent a year playing in Italy, followed by two years in Brazil.[9]

    Whiting was one of twelve players on the USA National team that trained at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for the 1995 Pan American Games. Because only four international women's teams registered for the event, however, the women's basketball event was cancelled.[10]

    Whiting was an alternate for the 1995-1996 US Olympic women's basketball team. In 1996, the US team won the gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.[5]

    American Basketball League[edit]

    In 1996, the American Basketball League (ABL) was the first independent professional basketball league for women in the United States. They recruited both Whiting and her Stanford teammate Jennifer Azzi for the San Jose Lasers.[5] Whiting was also chosen for to play on the "West" All-Star team in the December, 1996 ABL All-Star Game.[11]

    After one season with the Lasers, during which she was their leading rebounder, Whiting was traded to the Seattle Reign in 1997.[12] In order to get Whiting, the Reign traded to the Lasers another player plus $20,000 and a third-round draft pick.[13] At the end of the 1997–1998 season, Whiting was the Reign's second in scoring (15.4) and in rebounding (7.2)[14] She played with the Seattle Reign from 1997 until, in 1998, the ABL folded.[15]

    Women's National Basketball League[edit]

    Whiting was drafted to the Women's National Basketball Association in 1998. She played the 1999 season for the Detroit Shock. After taking a year away from basketball, she played for two years (2001-2002) for the Minnesota Lynx.[16]

    Awards and honors[edit]


    • Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame (inducted in 2000)[17]
    • ESPY Award Finalist
    • Naismith Award Finalist[17]
    • In 2010, ESPN named her one of the Top 25 NCAA Players of the Past 25 years.[8]
    • 2x All-American (1992, 1993) Both Kodak and U.S. Basketball Writers Association each time
    • 2x Pac-10 Player of the Year (1992, 1993)
    • 1990 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year[8]
    • 1990 National Freshman of the Year[8]
    • 2x All-Pac-10 First Team (1992, 1993)
    • Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (1990)
    • 1992 All-Final Four Team
    • 1991 West Region MVP
    • 2x All-West Region Team (1991, 1992)

    · 2,077 career points

    o Currently 6th all-time at Stanford and 16th in the Pac-12 o Both Stanford and conference leader at the time she graduated

    · 16.1 career PPG

    o Currently 7th all-time at Stanford and was 2nd when she graduated

    · 481 career FT made

    o Currently 4th all-time at Stanford and was 1st when she graduated

    · 1,134 career rebounds

    o Currently 6th all-time at Stanford and 14th in the Pac-12 o Both Stanford and conference leader at the time she graduated

    · 8.8 career RPG

    o Currently 3rd all-time at Stanford and 15th in the Pac-12 o Both Stanford and conference leader at the time she graduated

    · 201 career blocks

    o Currently 3rd all-time at Stanford and 10th in the Pac-12 o Stanford's leader and second in conference history at the time she graduated.


    Hall of Fames[edit]

    • Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame
    • The Hall of Fame of Delaware Women
    • The Delaware Basketball Hall of Fame
    • Delaware Afro-American Sports Hall of Fame
    • Delaware Sports Hall of Fame.[3]

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    • US Olympic Festival 1990[7]
    • R. William Jones Cup Team 1991[19]
    • Was named to USA Basketball Pan-American Games Team in 1995[16]
    • Alternate to the 1995 US National team that went on to win the gold medal at the 1996 Olympics[5]


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    18. ^2003 WNBA Community Assist Award
    19. ^1991 WOMEN'S R. WILLIAM JONES CUP Taipei, Taiwan - June 30-July 7, 1991

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    Scrapbook contains clippings, programs, and photographs on his Stanford football career, 1923-27, with a few clippings on his professional football career, 1930, and other subjects, 1927-47. The photographs include images of the 1925 Big Game (between Stanford and UC Berkeley),...

    Boivin (Sherman Burns) Photographs

    Photographs of students and campus life at Stanford including the Boat House on Lake Lagunita, a women's conference, the Stanford Band in the stadium, yell leaders, campus buildings, and Professors Harold C. Brown and Paul R. Farnsworth. Some of the...

    Bolinger (Dwight Le Merton) Papers

    Papers include correspondence, class materials, drafts of articles, published works, audio tapes, and reference files including many card files.

    Borsdamm (John) Papers

    These papers pertain to Borsdamm's career as bookbinder and consist primarily of letters received, with some biographical materials, clippings, ephemera, and two photographs of Borsdamm. The bound volume, "Letters of appreciation to John Borsdamm on the occassion of his retirement...

    Bower (Gordon) papers

    The collection consists primarily of teaching files and research files, correspondence, as well as files from professional organizations. Also included are student materials and recommendations, both of which are restricted for 75 years from date of creation....

    Boxer (Marilyn J.) Papers

    Collection includes research notes and files on Women’s history, feminism, the history of Women’s Studies, and European socialist feminism in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Also included are correspondence files, curriculum files, and some of Boxer’s drafts....

    Boyd (Harold K.) Papers

    Office files of Harold Boyd, consisting of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, publications. Subjects include student conduct, legislative council, fundamental standards commission, and general office operation.

    Boyd (James E.) research materials

    Collection includes James Boyd's research materials for Bob Scott's 1996 Continuing Studies course, a follow-up to SOC 20, The Salisbury Cathedral. Documents represent a brief study to find and catalog basic building dates and other related data for cathedrals and...

    Bramhall (Elinor Eugenia) Diaries

    Diaries for 1930, 1931, and 1936; entries generally concern her daily activities, her studies at Stanford and elsewhere, and her social life. There are entries in the 1931 volume concerning pledging Delta Delta Delta at Stanford, tea with Prof. Edith...

    Brand (Carl F.) Papers

    Collection contains correspondence and book reviews, Brand's manuscript of "England in the mid-nineteenth century", class notes, notes from his student days, material pertaining to classes taught by Brand at Stanford, notebooks on travel, materials on conferences and meetings, notes and...

    Brandt (Karl) Papers

    Collection contains published papers and a card file including: a list of speeches given by Brandt (1930-1969), a list of his publications (1962-1970), a list of conferences attended (1940-1969), and other lists made by Brandt about his activities.

    Branner (George Casper) Papers

    Papers relate to Mr. Branner's childhood at Stanford, his experiences as a Stanford student, and his experiences in World War I.

    Branner (George Casper) Photograph Album

    Photographs from his student days at Stanford. Subjects include sports (crew, track, baseball, and rugby); student amusements such as parades, Big Game Bonfires, Frosh-Soph Tie-Up, and Rough's Day; commencement; individual and group portraits; campus scenes; women's fencing team; and Theodore...

    Branner Hall resident fellow records

    Materials include posters, yearbooks, directories, literary magazines, event flyers, and resident advisor information and handbooks. Posters and flyers from events and performances include "Branner Presents" speaker events, original musical and theatrical productions, and film screenings. "Branner Presents" talks are led...

    Branner (John Casper) Papers

    These papers are Branner's personal and professional papers and do not contain any of his Stanford University Presidential records. The collection contains most of his outgoing and incoming correspondence for the years 1882 to 1921. The outgoing correspondence is in...

    Branner (John Casper) Photographs of San Francisco Earthquake

    Photographic prints belonging to John Casper Branner documenting geological changes and property damage after the 1906 earthquake. Likely images from surveying group led by Branner, who was a member of the California State Earthquake Investigation Commission....

    Brasch (Frederick E.) Correspondence

    Includes correspondence with other librarians largely pertaining to Isaac Newton materials; with friends and colleagues; and one letter continuing his appointment in the Stanford University Libraries.

    Breer (Carl) Notebooks

    Digital copy of three notebooks primarily pertaining to Stanford University compiled by Breer; original notebooks include photographs, maps, clippings, postcards, receipts and bills, tickets, letters, and Breer's text. Subjects in volume 1 include Stanford history, college life, his fraternity (Sigma...

    Brenner (James Emmet) Papers

    Correspondence, reports, committee minutes, memoranda, surveys and other miscellaneous materials relating to the Stanford Law School, primarily between 1946 and 1951. Correspondents include Jim Ellis, David S. Jacobson, Francis V. Keesling, Carl Spaeth, Arthur T. Vanderbilt and Earl Warren.

    Bridge Memory Book

    Volume includes reminiscences by former staff members, excerpts from the Bridge Journal (1986-98), and illustrations.

    Brooks (E. Howard), Vice Provost, Records

    Administrative files of Dr. E. Howard Brooks, Vice Provost, including correspondence, memoranda, committee reports and papers, primarily on international studies and the status of ROTC on campus (1968-1971). The ROTC material includes Dr. Brooks' negotiations with the Armed Services to...

    Brown (Arthur) Papers

    The papers of Arthur Brown, Jr. include correspondence, professional papers, clippings, and architectural drawings, pertaining to Hoover Tower and other buildings designed for Stanford University.

    Brown (Charles Reynolds) Syllabi

    Collection includes the printed syllabi for the following courses: ethics of Christ, 1900; social ethics, 1903; and the life and literature of the early Hebrews, 1902 and 1904.

    Brown (Edward J.) Papers

    These papers, dating from 1946 to 1991, pertain primarily to his teaching and research at Brown, Indiana, and Stanford Universities and include correspondence, his manuscripts and typescripts, course materials, research notes, and his published works. There are also materials pertaining...

    Browne (Eppes Wayles) Correspondence

    Letters to his parents in Shreveport, Louisiana, written while a student at Stanford; subjects include housing, studies, finances, social life on campus, his girlfriend Carolyn Maude Converse, the Big Game bonfire of 1928, automobiles, and his opinions on religion. Some...

    Brutlag (Douglas L.) Papers

    The papers document Brutlag's research and teaching in biochemistry and his work in bioinformatics. The papers include research notebooks, 1972-1982 and undated, some of which were compiled by Denise Lew and Bruce Moseley; class syllabi, exams, problem sets, and Brutlag's...

    Buckingham (Elizabeth Lee) Papers

    The General Files section contains material on various subjects of interest to Miss Buckingham, a small amount of Stanford-related correspondence, and ten folders of personal correspondence. Any professional correspondence is filed under the appropriate subject heading (Radio, Speech, etc.). The...

    Budget Priorities Commission Task Force Records

    Collection is composed of correspondence, questionnaires, minutes, supplementary data, drafts, and final reports from four task forces of the Budget Priorities Commission. Task Force I - Administration and support services; Task Force II - Student support services and activities; Task...

    Bugbee (Samuel Charles) Papers

    This collection consists of three sketchbooks and some loose drawings on onion skin paper. Most of the drawings are either portraits or sketches of interiors and exteriors....

    Buneman (Oscar) Papers

    Research notes, papers, reprints, correspondence, lectures, and class materials from his teaching career and research while at Stanford University, with some materials from the 1940s and 1950s relevant to his work on magnetrons. Subjects include plasma physics, fourier transformations, Cray...

    Bunn (George) papers

    This collection consists of journal articles, conference notes, and videos relating to nuclear proliferation. It also includes materials from the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC)....

    Burke (Charles Victor), Cruise of the Albatross, journals

    Logbook and personal journal of a scientific expedition on the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries' steamer Albatross; scientists on board included Charles Gilbert from Stanford University, Harry Beal Torrey from the University of California, Austin Clark from the Bureau, and Michitaro...

    Burkhalter (Frances Cleveland) Scrapbook

    Scrapbook, kept in the COLLEGE GIRLS' RECORD (published by Paul Elder and Company), contains photographs, postcards, dance cards, calling cards, notes, programs, and other memorabilia from her student days at Stanford and her summer vacations.

    Burnett (Barbara Rosenblatt) Scrapbook

    Scrapbook relates to her student years at Stanford and includes clippings, programs, tickets, student records, telegrams, and other memorabilia; also includes a map of the Stanford campus, 1943, and a biographical pamphlet on Melville Jacoby [1916-1942], a fellow journalism student...

    Burr (Myron Carlos) Papers and memorabilia

    Collection consists primarily of M. C. Burr's papers with a few items pertaining to his brother Walter and sister Gladys. Included are photographs, correspondence, clippings, typescripts of short articles, memorabilia from student days at Stanford University, and a scrapbook. The...

    Bush (Robert Nelson) papers

    The bulk of Bush's papers pertain to his years at Stanford, 1945-1988; earlier materials include his student work and several files pertaining to his tenure as Dean of the Faculty at Kansas State Teachers College. Included in his Stanford papers...

    Calfee (Robert C.) Papers

    Office files regarding Calfee's position as Associate Dean of Research and Development, School of Education, and Director of the Stanford Center for Research and Development in Teaching.

    California Asian American Artists Biographical Survey Records

    The collection contains biographical files on more than 1000 artists active in California between 1850 and 1965, biographical files for 91 artists not active in California, and reference files. Biographical files contain exhibition records, catalogs, press coverage, and examples of...

    The California Bay Area earthquake symposium at Stanford University

    Videotape of a symposium following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, featuring speakers from the Stanford-United States Geological Survey Center for Research in Earthquake Engineering - Haresh Shah, Helmut Krawinkler, and Anne Kiremidjian. Topics discussed include geophysics of earthquakes, ground motion,...

    Callaway (Elizabeth Roper Jordan) Notebook

    Notebook from an art class taught by A. B. Clark with notes and sketches and one class handout on 19th century painters; also includes two photographs of Callaway, 1971....

    Camarillo (Albert) Papers

    Collection is divided into three series: History Courses, Court Cases, and the University Committee on Minority Issues (UCMI). The History Courses series contains teaching materials from Camarillo's courses, most of which focus on race and ethnicity, urban history, and the...

    Cameron (Katherine Scott) Papers

    Collection includes a scrapbook containing university forms, clippings, programs, brochures, photographs, and other memorabilia from Cameron's student days at Stanford, 1965-1969; and outgoing letters to family, 1965-1967, discussing her social life, fashions, dorms, athletic events, excursions off-campus, and her time...

    Canfield (Helen Stanford) Papers

    Correspondence, memorabilia, newsclippings, photographs, and albums, belonging to Helen Stanford Canfield and her husband David Canfield.

    Cap and Gown Society (Stanford University) records

    The records include constitution; newsletters, 1932-2007; the yearly calendar illustrated with images of Stanford University, 1941-1983; membership book 1906-1996; history booklets, programs, brochures and mailings; photographs and printed items from their Centennial Celebration on March 5, 2005; other photographs, 1965-1997;...


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