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Ann Adkins Enthoven, 1992
Kami Anderson, 1988
  • Is an anesthesiologist in North Carolina.
  • Attended medical school in North Dakota
  • Stanford freshman records: Third in points per game (14.7) and minutes played (1,011)
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Jayne Appel, 2010
  • Has played professional baskeball in the WNBA for five seasons and in Turkey and China.
  • Was a member of the 2009-12 USA Basketball Senior National Team.
  • Won gold medals with USA Basketball: 2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, 2007 Pan American Games, 2010 FIBA World Championship .
  • National awards: Wade Trophy Finalist (2009, 2010), Naismith Finalist (2010), Wooden All-American Team (2009, 2010), USBWA Women's All-America Team (2010), NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (2009), State Farm Coaches' All-America Team (2009, 2010),
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2007), All-Pac-10 (2008, 2009, 2010), Media All-Pac-10 (2010), Pac-10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2010), Pac-10 Player of the Year (2009)
  • Pac-12 career records: Third in rebounds (1,263) and blocked shots (273)
  • Pac-12 single game record: First in field goals made (19, tied).
  • Stanford career records: 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 freshman record: First in blocks (61).
  • Stanford single game record: First in points (46).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interviews by Stanford WBB: 2009, 2010
  • Stanford photos
  • Website
  • (Updated September 2014)
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.
  • Received Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law and is a member of the New York State Bar.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated April 2014)
Jennifer Azzi, 1990
  • Is in her fifth season as head coach at the University of San Francisco.
  • Is a motivational speaker.
  • 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: Naismith Player of the Year (1990), Wade Trophy Player of the Year (1990), Honda-Broderick 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 Freshman (1987), All-Pac-10 (1988, 1989, 1990)
  • Pac-12 career records: Second in assists (751) and third in three-point percentage (.452).
  • Pac-12 single game record: First in three-point percentage (1.000, 7 of 7).
  • Stanford career records: Second in assists (751), third in steals (271).
  • Stanford season records: First in 3-point percentage (.495) and steals (96).
  • Stanford freshman records: First in assists (165) and assists per game (6.1).
  • Stanford single game records: First in 3-point percentage (1.000, 7 of 7) and assists (16); second in steals (8).
  • Stanford photos
  • Website Blog
  • (Updated April 2014)
Christina Batastini Sheehan, 2000
Aly Beebe, 2016
Chandra Benton, 1998
Clare Bodensteiner, 2007
  • Is a business manager at Wilson Sporting Goods in Chicago.
  • Is married to Carrie Watts. They have a daughter 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.
  • Has a masters degree from the Stanford School of Education.
  • Collegiate award: Pac-10-All-Academic (2007)
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Becky Bonner, 2004
Sarah Boothe, 2012
Barbara Boylan, 1978
Beth Boylan, 1981
Mary Bradach, 1985

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, 1978
  • Is a Managing Counsel at Oracle.
  • Is an environmental activist.
  • Received her law degree at Hastings College of Law
  • Received her master's degree in music at the New England Conservatory of Music
  • (Updated July 2013)
Mary Buttner, 1977
Jamie Carey, 2004
  • Is an assistant coach at the University of Colorado.
  • 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: NCAA Woman of the Year-State of Texas (2005), Jim Valvano Comeback Player of the Year (2004)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2000), All-Big 12 (2004, 2005), Big-12 All-Academic (2004, 2005)
  • Stanford career record: First in 3-point percentage (.455).
  • Stanford freshman records: First in 3-pointers attempted (178) and 3-pointers made (81); second in 3-point percentage (.455).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated June 2014)
Judy Carter, 1984

Michelle Chapman, 1979
Peggy Chutich, 1977
  • Is a judge in the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
  • 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.
  • Earned her law degree from the University of Michigan.
  • Transferred to the University of Minnesota after her freshman year at Stanford.
  • (Updated April 2014)
Ashley Cimino, 2011
Morgan Clyburn, 2009
Gay Coburn
Markisha Coleman, 2007
Anne Cooper, 1981
  • Is a family practice physician.
  • Attended medical school at UC Davis.
  • (Updated April 2014)
Leslie Crandell, 1988
Katie Denny, 2004
  • Earned her doctorate degree in clinical neuropsychology at the University of Miami.
  • Did research at Stanford, studying language acquistion in children and mental health in athletes.
  • Graduated from Stanford with a masters degree in psychology.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated May 2014)
Sarah Dimson, 2001
Hannah Donaghe, 2011
Bethany Donaphin, 2002
Kelly Dougherty Stallworth, 1995
  • Is executive director of the Georgia Red Storm, an AAU Basketball organization.
  • 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 June 2013)
Denia Ebersole, 2016
Jessica Elway, 2008
Cori Enghusen, 2002
  • Is playing professional basketball for the thirteenth season, her tenth in Turkey, currently with Hatay.
  • Is a naturalized Turkish citizen – her Turkish name is Korel Engin.
  • Is studying for an MBA in the Kenin-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina.
  • Has also played in Greece, South Korea, and Russia and in the NWBL.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated September 2014)
Stephanie 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).
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Milena Flores, 2000
  • Is in her eighth year as assistant coach at Princeton.
  • Was assistant coach at 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 Freshman (1997), All-Pac-10 Academic (1999, 2000), All-Pac-10 (1999, 2000).
  • Stanford career record: Third in assists (644).
  • Stanford season record: Second in assists per game (7.3).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
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 August 2006, and a daughter, Sophia, born in 2009.
  • 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: Naismith Finalist (1998), Kodak All-American (1998)
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1995), All-Pac-10 Academic (1998), All-Pac-10 (1998).
  • Pac-12 career record: First in field goal percentage (.644)
  • Stanford season record: First in field goal percentage (.695).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Regan Freuen Drew, 1999
Yvonne Gbalazeh-Hart, 2000
Nancy Geenen, 1981
  • Is a managing partner at Suann Ingle Communications, communication consultants for attorneys.
  • 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 2014)
Karen Goedewaagen Knetter, 1987
Rosalyn Gold-Onwude, 2010
Molly Goodenbour, 1993
  • Is in her second year as head coach at Cal State Dominguez Hills.
  • Was head coach 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: All-Pac-10 (1993)
  • Stanford single game record: First in 3-pointers made (9,tied).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated October 2013)
Debi Gore-Mann, 1982
  • Is Chief Development Officer for the Cal Alumni Association.
  • Has been 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 a BA in Industrial Engineering and an MBA from Stanford.
  • Is married to Anthony Mann, a former USF basketball player. They have a daughter, Quinci.
  • (Updated May 2014)
Karesa Granderson, 1999
  • Returned to Stanford to complete her degree.
  • Was an analyst for the natural gas industry.
  • Played basketball at Stanford for two seasons, as a freshman and sophomore.
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Judy Griffith, 1986
  • Taught nine years of high school and middle school math and science.
  • Earned a Master of Arts degree in Education from Stanford.
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Noelle Hanrahan, 1983
Jillian Harmon, 2009
Tara Harrington, 1997
  • Is studying to be a foot and ankle surgeon at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland.
  • Is the mother of twins, Louise and Leonard, born in 2012.
  • Earned a double masters in Business and Health Services at the University of North Carolina,
  • Was assistant coach at Cal State Northridge and Montana State-Bozeman.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Michelle Harrison, 2010
Christy Hedgpeth, 1994
  • Is General Manager, Digital Sport at Under Armour, a sportswear apparel company.
  • 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 an 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 Academic (1993, 1994), All-Pac-10 (1994).
  • Stanford photos
Rachel Hemmer, 1995
  • Is a Systems Manager at OSIsoft.
  • Played professional basketball in France.
  • Collegiate awards: NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1992), Pac-10 Freshman of the Year(1992), All-Pac-10 (1994).
  • 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
Sonja Henning, 1991
  • Is Senior Director of Business Affairs and Operations North America Sports Market for Nike.
  • 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: Women's Basketball News Service National Freshman of the Year (1988), NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1991), Kodak All-American (1991)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Player of the Year (1991), All-Pac-10 Freshman (1988), All-Pac-10 (1989, 1990, 1991), All-Pac-10 Academic (1991).
  • Pac-12 career record: First in assists (757).
  • Stanford career records: 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 freshman record: Second in steals (54)
  • Stanford single game record: Second in assists (15).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated April 2014)
Liz Hill, 1973
JJ Hones, 2010
Barbara Hunt, 1987
Enjoli Izidor, 2002
Sue K Jackson, 1976
  • Is a freelance writer and teacher in Colorado
Sara James, 2014
Sonia Jarvis, 1976
Anita 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.
  • Completed her Masters Degree in Business at Santa Clara University.
  • Played professional basketball in Sweden and in the ABL for three seasons.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1992), All-Pac-10 Academic (1994, 1995), All-Pac-10 (1994, 1995).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Bobbie Kelsey, 1996
  • Is in her third year as head coach at the University of Wisconsin.
  • Was assistant coach at Stanford for four years
  • Before that, she was assistant coach at Virginia Tech, Western Carolina, Evansville, Florida, and Boise State.
  • Is married to Kwame Grayson, a real estate broker.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated October 2013)
Anne (Onnie) Killefer, 1976
Sebnem Kimyacioglu, 2005
  • Is playing professional basketball with Galatasaray in Turkey for the third season.
  • Is a director at the Bay Area Basketball Academy.
  • Is an attorney; earned her law degree at Santa Clara University.
  • Played professional basketball in Turkey for three seasons before beginning her law study.
  • Stanford career record: Third in 3-pointers attempted (549).
  • Stanford freshman record: Third in 3-point percentage (.424).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Video interview, February 2010
  • (Updated September 2014)
Susan King Borchardt, 2005
  • Is the Sports Performance Manager for the Seattle Storm.
  • Was the Sports Performance coach for Stanford Women's Basketball in 2011-12.
  • Is married to Curtis Borchardt. They have three children – a son (Finley) born in 2010 and twins (Flory and Avery) born in 2011.
  • Earned a master's degree in Exercise Science.
  • Played professional basketball for the Minnesota Lynx in the WNBA for a season.
  • Collegiate award: All-Pac-10 Academic (2005)
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated May 2014)
Toni Kokenis, 2014
  • Is studying for her master's degree in sociology at Stanford, while also attending Oxford University during the winter quarter.
  • Took a medical retirement from basketball in her senior year.
  • Collegiate awards: Media All-Pac-12 (2012), Pac-12 All-Conference (2012)
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated June 2014)
Lisa 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
Lindy La Rocque, 2012
Celeste Lavoie, 1989
  • Played professional basketball in Germany.
  • Transferred to Duke in her junior year, where she continued to play basketball.
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Elaine Levin, 1979
  • Is a partner at Whalen LLP, a corporate law firm.
Kathy Levinson, 1977
Sara Lillevand Judd, 1990
  • Is 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
  • Received masters in physical therapy from Boston University
  • Transferred to UC Davis after her freshman year at Stanford
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  • (Updated July 2013)
Leslie Lorimer, 1988
Betsy Lough, 1979
Nancy Lovvold Guerland, 1978
  • Is Area Vice President of Operations - California/Reno for Gentiva Health Services.
  • Is an avid runner and triathlete.
  • Is married to David Guerland since 1979; they met in Industrial Engineering class in Terman.
Chris MacMurdo, 1993
  • Is a hospitalist (internal medicine) at St Thomas Hospital in Nashville.
  • Completed residency at University of Utah Medical School after graduating from Vanderbilt Medical School.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Academic (1992, 1993).
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LeeAnn Margerum-Warshawsky, 1984
Grace Mashore, 2012
Dotty McCrea
Mary McCready, 1975
Sara McGee Heller, 2004
  • Is a pediatric cardiology nurse practioner at Packard Children's Hospital.
  • Is married to Zach Heller, a captain at the Ritz Carlton in San Francisco.
  • Earned her Masters in Nursing from UCSF.
  • Was a standout volleyball player for four years -- also played basketball in her senior year.
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated May 2014)
Denise McGuire, 1982
  • Was vice president of global alliances at Yahoo!
  • Earned her MBA at Stanford.
  • Stanford photos
Paula McNamee Young, 1997
  • Is an ophthalmologist, working at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu.
  • Is married to Tim Young, former Stanford basketball player. They have a daughter, Zoe, born in 2009.
  • Played both volleyball and basketball at Stanford.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated Aug 2014)
Kim Mercer Newman, 1987
  • Teaches at Camas High School in southern Washington
  • Married to Evan Newman since 1990. They have two teenage sons, Gabe and Garrett.
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated June 2013)
Meg Metzger, 1983
  • Lives in Washington and has "two lovely teenage daughters who are both athletic and a joy to coach".
  • 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.
  • Collegiate awards: NorCal Player of the Year (1982), All-NorCal (1982)
  • Stanford photos.
Ann Elizabeth Miller, 1982
Paula Mishima, 1977
  • Is a program director in the Data Management Division of the California Department of Education.
  • Played basketball at Stanford for one year as a freshman.
  • (Updated May 2014)
Ruth Montague, 1979
Carolyn Moos, 2001
Naila Moseley, 2000
Erica (Riki) Mueser Sorenson, 1987
  • Worked in engineering and then in education.
  • Married to Andy Sorenson, who she's known since age five.
  • Is a full-time mother of three.
  • Has served on the Orinda School Board.
  • Coaching CYO basketball but playing more golf and tennis.
  • Collegiate award: All-Pac-10 Academic (1987)
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Naomi Mulitauaopele Tagaleo'o, 1998
  • Is Executive Director of Education with Purpose Foundation (EDWPF), whose mission is to impact the parent-to-student relationship of Pacific Islander families
  • Is married to Solomona Tagaleo'o; they have a son, Solomona Jr., born in May 2009.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL, the WNBA and in Turkey, Korea and Spain before retiring from basketball in 2004.
  • Collegiate award: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1995).
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Kathy Murphy, 1981
Melanie Murphy, 2011
Mariah (Maggie) Burton Nelson, 1978
Kristen Newlin, 2007
  • Is playing professional basketball in Turkey for the eighth season – currently with Istanbul Universitesi.
  • Played in EuroBasket Women in 2009 and 2011 as a member of the Turkish national team.
  • Is married to Emre Vatansever, who is an assistant coach of the Galatasaray women's basketball team in Istanbul .
  • Is a naturalized Turkish citizen – her Turkish name is Nevin Nevlin.
  • Collegiate award: All-Pac-10 Freshman (2004).
  • Stanford freshman record: Third in blocks (50).
  • Stanford single game record: First in blocks (8).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated September 2014)
Shelley Nweke, 2006
Vanessa Nygaard, 1998
  • Is Alumni Coordinator/Head Coach Girls Varsity Basketball at Windward School in Los Angeles.
  • Has a daughter, Emerson, born in June 2010, and twins 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.
  • Collegiate award: All-Pac-10 (1998).
  • Stanford career record: Third in 3-pointers made (210).
  • Stanford single game record: Second in 3-pointers attempted (15, tied).
  • Stanford photos
Chiney Ogwumike, 2014
  • Is playing professional basketball for Familia Schio in Italy.
  • Also played in the WNBA for a season.
  • Won gold medals with USA Basketball: 2010 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, 2011 World University Games, 2012 FIBA 3x3 World Championship,
  • National awards: Full Court Press Freshman All-American (2011), WBCA Coaches All-American Team (2012, 2013, 2014), WBCA Defensive Player Of The Year Finalist (2012, 2014), Wade Trophy finalist (2012, 2013, 2014), Wooden Award finalist (2012, 2013), Capital One Academic All-America Team (2013. 2014), Capital One Academic All-America Player of the Year (2014), AP All-America Team (2013, 2014), USBWA All-America Team (2013, 2014), John R. Wooden Award All-American Team (2014), Naismith Women's College Player of the Year finalist (2014), Lowe's Senior CLASS Award finalist (2014), Wooden Award Player of the Year (2014).
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2011), All-Pac-10 (2011), Pac-10 All-Defensive (2011), All-Pac-12 (2012, 2013, 2014) Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014), Media All-Pac-12 (2012, 2013, 2014), Pac-12-All-Academic (2012, 2014), Pac-12 Player of the Year (2013, 2014), Pac-12 All-Defensive (2013, 2014), Media Pac-12 Player of the Year (2013, 2014), Media Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year (2013,2014), Pac-12 Tournament MOP (2013), Media Pac-12 All-Defensive (2014), Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2014).
  • Pac-12 tournament records: First 20-20 game (23 points, 21 rebounds), single game rebounds (21, tie), single game defensive rebounds (15, tie), tournament rebounds (50), tournament defensive rebounds (34).
  • Pac-12 career records: First in points (2,737), field goals made (1.100), rebounds (1,567), and Player of the Week (18 times); second in field goals attempted (1.868); second in rebounds per game (10.8); third in field goal percentage (.589) and free throws attempted (755, tied).
  • Pac-12 season records: First in points (967), Points per game (26.1), field goals attempted (669), field goals made (402) and Player of the Week (9 times).
  • Stanford career records: First in points (2,737), field goals made (1,100), field goal percentage (0.589), free throws attempted (755), rebounds (1,567), rebounds per game (10.8) and double-doubles (84); second in points per game (18.9) and blocked shots (202); third in free throws made (532).
  • Stanford season records: First in points (967), field goals attempted (669), field goals made (402), points per game (26.1), rebounds (466), rebounds per game (12.9) and double-doubles (28); third in blocked shots (66, tied).
  • Stanford single game record: First in rebounds (24).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
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  • (Added September 2014)
Nnemkadi (Nneka) Ogwumike, 2012
  • Is playing professional basketbal for Dynamo Kursk in Russia.
  • Has also played in the WNBA for three seasons and in Poland and China.
  • Won gold medals with USA Basketball: 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, 2009 USA U19 World Championship, 2011 World University Games.
  • National awards: Wooden All-American Team (2010, 2011, 2012), WBCA Coaches' All-America Team (2010, 2011, 2012), USBWA Women's All-America Team (2010, 2011, 2012), Wade Trophy Finalist (2010, 2011, 2012), Honda Award Finalist (2010, 2011), NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (2010, 2012), Wooden Award finalist (2011), Lowe's Senior CLASS Award (2012), AP All-America Team (2012), Naismith Trophy finalist (2012).
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (2009), Pac-10 Tournament MVP (2010, 2011), Media Pac-10 Player of the Year (2010), Pac-10 Player of the Year (2010), Media All-Pac-10 (2010), All-Pac-10 (2010, 2011), Pac-12 Player of the Year (2012), Media Pac-12 Player of the Year (2012), Media Pac-12 Co-Defensive Player of the Year (2012), Pac-12 All-Conference (2012), Media All-Pac-12 (2012), Media Pac-12 All-Defensive (2012),
  • Pac-12 career records: Third in points (2,491), field goals made (965) and free throws made (555).
  • Pac-12 single game record: First in field goals made (19, tied).
  • Stanford career records: Second in field goals made (965), free throws attempted (718), free throws made (555) and double-doubles (51); third in points (2,491) and field goal percentage (.583).
  • Stanford season records: First in free throws attempted (230) and free throws made (191); second in points (809), points per game (22.5) and double-doubles (19); third in field goal percentage (.629) and rebounds (376).
  • Stanford freshman record: Second in field goal percentage (.629)
  • Stanford single game record: Second in rebounds (23).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interview by Stanford WBB (2009)
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  • (Updated September 2014)
Eziamaka Okafor, 2006
Frances O'Meara, 1978
  • Is an atttorney - a partner at Thompson Coe
  • Received her Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School
  • (Updated May 2014)
Jeanne Osmera Lowell, 1989
Heather Owen, 1998
Angie Paccione, 1983
  • Is Senior Director of Client Partnerships at Verus Global.
  • Was a member of the Colorado House of Representatives.
  • Ran for U.S. Congress in 2006, but lost by a narrow margin.
  • Played professional basketball in Italy and for the Women's American Basketball Association (in 1984, its single season).
  • Collegiate award: All-NorCal (1979).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Stacy Parson, 1990
  • Is a Certified Professional Co-Active coach who provides her services via Knowetry Consulting.
  • Was the graduate assistant coach at the University of Washington from 1991 - 1992, where she received her MBA.
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  • (Updated June 2013)
Kate Paye, 1995
  • Is in her eighth season as assistant coach at Stanford.
  • Has a daughter, Cass, born in September 2010.
  • Was assistant coach at Pepperdine University and San Diego State.
  • Earned her MBA and Juris Doctorate at Stanford.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL for three seasons and in the WNBA for three seasons.
  • Collegiate award: All-Pac-10 Academic (1995).
  • Video interview, May 2008
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  • (Updated August 2014)
Kayla Pedersen, 2011
  • Is playing professional basketball for Lucca in Italy.
  • Has also played in the WNBA for the four seasons and in Slovakia, Turkey and Australia.
  • Won gold medals with USA Basketball: 2006 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, 2007 FIBA U19 World Championship, 2009 Women's World University Games
  • National awards: NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (2010), Wade Trophy Finalist (2011), Wooden Award finalist (2011)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2008), Pac-10 Tournament MVP (2009), All-Pac-10 (2010, 2011), Media All-Pac-10 (2010), Pac-10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2011), Pac-10 All-Academic (2011)
  • Pac-12 career record: Second in rebounds (1,266).
  • Stanford career records: First in minutes played (4,762), games played (150, tied) and games started (150); second in rebounds (1,266).
  • Stanford season records: First in minutes played (1,274), games played (39, tied) and games started (39, tied).
  • Stanford freshman records: First in rebounds (329), games played (39) and games started (39).; second in minutes played (1,185); third in points (492), field goals attempted (386, tied), field goals made (192) , free throws attempted (136) and rebounds per game (8.4).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interviews by Stanford WBB: 2009, 2009
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  • (Updated )
Leigh Pederson, 1983
  • Is an anesthesiologist, practicing at Kensington Hospital in Whangarei, New Zealand.
  • Has volunteered with Rotaplast and other organizations that provide free reconstructive operations and treatment for children in need worldwide.
  • Is married to Tod Gulick, M.D. and has a son, Snapper.
  • They spend a lot of time on their boat, fishing, scuba diving and surfing.
  • Is still playing basketball with a city league in Whangarei.
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Azella Perryman, 2005
Melody Peterson, 1998
  • Is on the staff of Advantage Basketball Camps.
  • Played basketball at Stanford as a freshman and sophomore. Got her undergraduate degree, then transferred to the University of Nebraska where she played basketball for the Huskers.
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Cissy Pierce, 2008
Jeanette Pohlen, 2011
  • Is rehabbing from the torn Achilles tendon she suffered in May 2014.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA for three seasons and in Turkey. for one season.
  • Won gold medal with USA Basketball: 2009 Women's World University Games
  • National awards: AP All-American (2011), Wade Trophy Finalist (2011), Nancy Lieberman Award finalist (2011), Wooden Award finalist (2011), Wooden All-American Team (2011), USBWA All-America Team (2011)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Player of the Year (2011), All-Pac-10 (2010), Media All-Pac-10 (2010)
  • Pac-12 season record: Second in 3-pointers made (96).
  • Stanford career records: First in games played (150, tied); second in 3-pointers attempted (711), 3-pointers made (268) and minutes played (4,355).
  • Stanford season records: First in 3-pointers made (96) and games played (39, tied); second in 3-pointers attempted (230); third in free throw percentage (.893).
  • Stanford freshman record: First in games played (39, tied).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interviews by Stanford WBB: 2009, 2009, 4.4 second run against Xavier
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Nicole Powell, 2004
  • Is assistant coach at the University of Oregon.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA for eleven seasons and in Italy, Russia, Turkey , Poland and Spain.
  • National awards: Kodak All-American (2002, 2003, 2004), Naismith Finalist (2002, 2003, 2004)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2001), Pac-10 Player of the Year (2002, 2004), All-Pac-10 (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
  • Pac-12 career record: Triple-doubles (6).
  • Stanford career records: First in triple-doubles (6); second in free throw percentage (.829); third in rebounds per game (9.6);
  • Stanford season records: Third in rebounds per game (11.2) and assists (220).
  • Stanford freshman records: Second in assists (142) and assists per game (4.7); third in rebounds (255) and steals (50).
  • Stanford single game records: First in field goals attempted (35), second in 3-pointers attempted (15, tied).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
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  • (Updated September 2014)
Andrea Ransom Jackson, 1987
  • Is dean of general education at DeVry University in Fremont.
  • She and her husband, Philip Jackson, have three young children: Randi, Kendall and Jalyn .
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Krista Rappahahn Birnie, 2006
Portia Rawles, 1984
  • Is a clinical psychologist specializing in issues of domestic violence and abuse.
  • Is an assistant professor at South University in Virginia Beach
  • Is a scuba diver.
  • Earned doctorate in clinical psychology at Regent University.
  • Retired with the rank of captain after 13 years as a firefighter with Norfolk Fire and Rescue.
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Amanda Renteria, 1997
Martha Richards, 1991
  • Is vice president of business development at BirdieFire, a women's golf coaches association.
  • Retired after serving as the women's golf head coach at the University of Texas. for seven years
  • Played professional golf for several years.
  • Was a standout athlete in golf and basketball at Stanford.
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  • (Updated September 2014)
Tanda Rucker, 1993
Jeanne Ruark Hoff, 1983
  • Is a health care worker.
  • Is the mother of Olympic swimmer Katie Hoff
  • Is a member of the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame.
  • Collegiate awards: All-NorCal (1979 1980).
  • Stanford career records: Second in field goal percentage (.586); third in points per game (17.6).
  • Stanford season record: Second in field goal percentage (.644).
  • Stanford freshman records: First in points per game (21.3), field goals made (235) and field goal percentage (.644); second in points (553).
  • Stanford single game record: First in field goals made (20).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Mikaela Ruef, 2013
Lauren St. Clair Waugh, 2001
Kathy Schultz Norris, 1980
Olympia Scott, 1998
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.
  • Is president and CEO of Super Parenting LLC, a parenting education company
  • Provides basketball clinics and coaching via Olympia Hoops
  • Retired from professional basketball in 2011 after playing in the WNBA for ten seasons and in Italy, Turkey, Russia and Greece.
  • Has two children – a daughter, BreAzia Ranee Richardson, born in 1999, and a son, Rachman Crable, born in 2012.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 (1997, 1998).
  • Stanford single game record: Third in free throws attempted (18).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Sue Sebolt Parra, 1987
Niki Sevillian-Hendrix, 1994
  • Is Promotion Manager at WJBK-TV, the Fox TV station in Detroit Michigan.
  • Wrote "You Make Me Believe", a song dedicated to President Barack Obama.
  • She and her husband, Philip Hendrix, have two daughters, Sydney and Kendall
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Pam Simms-Mackey, 1990
Brooke Smith, 2007
  • Is studying to be a Physician's Assistant.
  • Played professional basketball for five seasons in Italy and France.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 (2005, 2006, 2007).
  • Stanford single game record: Third in steals (7, tied).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
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  • (Updated June 2013)
Charmin Smith, 1997
  • Is in her third season as the associate head coach at Cal after five years as assistant coach, three years as assistant coach at Stanford (2004-07), and a year at Boston College.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL for a season and in the WNBA for four seasons.
  • Graduated with a Masters Degree from the Stanford School of Engineering.
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  • (Updated August 2014)
Louise Smith, 1982
  • Is a creative writer.
  • Collegiate awards: All-NorCal (1981, 1982).
  • Stanford season record: First in free throw percentage (.895).
  • Stanford single game record: Second in field goal percentage (.923).
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Mary Ann Somerville, 1965
Virginia Sourlis, 1986
  • Owns The Sourlis Law Firm a securities and corporate law firm in New Jersey.
  • Received her joint MBA/Law degree from Villanova University.
  • Played professional basketball in Greece.
  • Stanford career record: Third in minutes played (4,148).
  • Stanford freshman record: First in minutes played (1,191)
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Kate Starbird, 1997
  • Is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington.
  • Received her Ph.D in the ATLAS program for Technology, Media and Society at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007.
  • Played professional basketball in the ABL for two seasons, in the WNBA for six seasons and in Austria, France and Spain.
  • Graduated from Stanford with a BS in computer science.
  • Is married to Melissa March, a program manager for an organization that assists female prison inmates.
  • National awards: WBCA Player of the Year (1997), Naismith Player of the Year (1997), Naismith Finalist (1996), Kodak All-American (1996, 1997)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Player of the Year (1996, 1997), All-Pac-10 Freshman (1994), All-Pac-10 (1995, 1996, 1997), All-Pac-10 Academic (1996, 1997).
  • Stanford season record: Third in steals (86).
  • Stanford freshman record: Third in free throw percentage (.832).
  • Stanford single game record: Second in points (44, tied).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Katy Steding, 1990
  • Is head women's basketball coach at Boston University.
  • Was assistant coach at Cal for two seasons. associate head coach at USF for two seasons, assistant coach at Columbia University for a season, assistant coach at the WNBA Atlantic Dream for a season, and the head coach at Warner Pacific College for seven seasons where she led the Knights to their first conference championship in school history.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004.
  • Played professional basketball in Japan and Spain, in the ABL for three seasons and in the WNBA for two seasons.
  • Was a member of the 1996 gold medal U.S.Olympic Team.
  • National award: NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1990)
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1987), All-Pac-10 (1988, 1989, 1990), All-Pac-10 Academic (1988)
  • Stanford freshman record: First in rebounds per game (8.7).
  • Stanford single game records: First in steals (10), second in 3-pointers attempted (15, tied).
  • Video interview, March 2010
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  • (Updated June 2014)
Renee Steiner Meyers, 1981
  • Is the owner and Peak Performance Coach at Best Game Insight.
  • Is married to Wes Meyers; they have two sons, Scotty and Danny
Trisha Stevens Lamb, 1991
  • Is Director of Career Track MBA at Boise State.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • Resumed her studies and received an Executive MBA at Boise State.
  • Was head coach at Boise State for six years, after being assistant coach for three years.
  • Played professional basketball in Japan.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1988), All-Pac-10 (1990, 1991).
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Stephanie Galef Streeter, 1979
  • Is the CEO of Libbey Corporation.
  • 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.
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Karen Stromsmoe Erickson, 1977
  • Is on the board of directors of FORGE, a nonprofit organization that works with displaced communities in Africa, and several other organizations in Sonoma County.
  • Is part of a three-generation Stanford athletic family — her father, Mervin "Bud" Stromsmoe, ('43) was a catcher for the Stanford baseball team; her husband, Joel Erickson ('77), was a wide receiver on the Stanford football team and an infielder on the baseball team; her son, Kirk Erickson ('10), was a catcher for the Stanford baseball team.
Kelley Suminski, 2005
  • Worked at the San Diego State Alumni Association for several years.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (2002), All-Pac-10 (2003, 2005).
  • Pac-12 career record: Second in free throw percentage (.843).
  • Stanford career record: First in free throw percentage (.843).
  • Stanford freshman records: First in 3-point percentage (.463) and free throw percentage (.880).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • (Updated May 2014)
Tammy Svoboda, 1989
  • Is a private Yoga Teacher and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist; she teaches at the Bombay Room Yoga Studio in Florida.
  • Taught physical education at the American Embassy School in New Delhi.
  • Taught high school in Florida for nine years.
  • Transferred to the University of Cincinnati in her junior year.
  • Stanford freshman record: Third in field goal percentage (.596).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Angela Taylor, 1993
  • Is President and General Manager of the WNBA Atlantic Dream.
  • Is the owner & president of Networks Sports Consulting, whose mission is to broaden the coaching/employment opportunities within women’s sports & Olympic sports.
  • Is treasurer of the Buck/Cardinal Club.
  • Is a co-founder of The Chance Foundation, whose mission is to Create Hope & Access for our Nation’s Children through Education
  • Was Vice-President and General Manager of the WNBA Washington Mystics for two seasons.
  • Was Vice-President of Business Development with the Minnesota Lynx.
  • Held various positions in the WNBA League office for 10 seasons.
  • Earned her MBA from NYU.
  • Was an assistant coach at Texas A&M, the University of Arizona, and at Stanford for two seasons (1995-1997).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
T'Nae Thiel, 2005
Suzanne Thomas Paulus, 1982
  • Is the pastor at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon, WA.
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Joslyn Tinkle, 2013
  • Is playing professional basketball for the second season, currently for Canik in Turkey.
  • Also played in the WNBA for a season and in Hungary.
  • Won gold medal with USA Basketball: 2008 FIBA Americas U18 Championship
  • Collegiate awards: Media All-Pac-12 (2013), Media All-Defensive (2013), All-Pac-12 (2013)
  • Stanford season records: Second in free throw percentage (.895) and third in blocked shots (66, tied).
  • Stanford single-game record: Second in blocked shots (7).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
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  • (Updated September 2014)
Christy Titchenal, 2008cly
Chelsea Trotter, 2004
Charli Turner Thorne, 1988
  • Is in her 18th season as the head coach at Arizona State.
  • Has been coaching basketball since leaving Stanford – at the University of Washington, Santa Clara University and Northern Arizona University.
  • Has three sons, Conor, Liam and Quinn.
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  • (Updated August 2014)
Emily Wagner Gallagher, 1989
  • Is the founder of Edge Academics, which assists students with their college application process.
  • Is the founder of MiniHoopers, which provides basketball instruction for young athletes.
  • Earned masters degree in education from Harvard.
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Val Whiting, 1993
  • Is living in the Seattle area, pursuing a career in marketing and program management.
  • Was the owner and program director of GameShape, a fitness facility in Delaware.
  • Was inducted into the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame in 2007.
  • Was inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000.
  • Retired from professional basketball in 2002 after playing in the ABL for three seasons, in the WNBA for three seasons and in Brazil, Israel and Italy.
  • Has two sons, Joseph and Victor.
  • National awards: Women's Basketball News Service National Freshman of the Year (1990), Naismith Finalist (1992, 1993), NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (1992), Kodak All-American (1992, 1993)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (1990), Pac-10 Player of the Year(1992, 1993), All-Pac-10 (1992, 1993).
  • Stanford career records: Third in blocks (201).
  • Stanford freshman record: Second in blocks (57).
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  • (Updated May 2014)
Jamila Wideman, 1997
  • Graduated from the New York University School of Law.
  • Was inducted into the Amherst Regional High School Hall of Fame in 2010.
  • Was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002 because of her high school career at Amherst Regional High School.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA for four seasons and in Israel and Spain
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1994), All-Pac-10 (1996, 1997), All-Pac-10 Academic (1996, 1997)
  • Stanford freshman records: Third in assists (134) and in assists per game (4.5).
  • Stanford single game record: Third in steals (7, tied).
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Candice Wiggins, 2008
  • Has played professional basketball in the WNBA for seven seasons and in Spain, Greece, Turkey and Israel.
  • Was a member of the 2009-12 USA Basketball Senior National Team.
  • Won gold medals with USA Basketball: 2007 FIBA U21 World Championship, 2007 Pan American Games, 2005 FIBA U19 World Championship, 2005 International Sports Invitational, 2004 FIBA Americas U18 Championship.
  • National awards: Wade Trophy Player of the Year (2008), Lowe's Senior CLASS Award (2008), Naismith finalist (2008), Wooden finalist (2008), USA Basketball Female Athlete of the Year (2007), U.S. Olympic Committee Female Athlete of the Month (July 2007), Kodak/WBCA All-American (2005, 2006, 2007), State Farm/WBCA All-American (2008), AP All-American (2008), ESPN All-American (2008), SI All-American (2008), USBWA National Freshman of the Year (2005), NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team (2008)
  • Collegiate awards: Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2005), Pac-10 Player of the Year (2005, 2006, 2008), All-Pac-10 (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008).
  • National record: First woman to score 40+ points in two games of an NCAA tournament.
  • Pac-12 career records: First in field goals attempted (1,934) and 3-pointers made (295); second in points (2,629) and free throws made (556); third in 3-pointers attempted (754).
  • Stanford career records: First in steals (281), points per game (19.2), field goals attempted (1,934), 3-pointers attempted (754), 3-pointers made (295), and free throws made (556) ; second in points (2,629); third in free throws attempted (676),
  • Stanford season records: First in 3-pointers attempted (253), games played (39, tied) and games started (39, tied); second in field goals attempted (602), free throws made (184); third in 3-pointers made (90), free throws attempted (224) and minutes played (1,237).
  • Stanford freshman records: First in field goals attempted (429), free throws attempted (194), free throws made (162) and steals (85); second in points (612), points per game (17.5), field goals made (207) and free throw percentage (.835); third in games started (34).
  • Stanford single game records: First in free throws attempted (19), free throws made (16, tied) and free throw percentage (1.000, 14 of 14).; second in points (44,tied); third in steals (7, tied) and 3-pointers made (8).
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Interview by Gary Radnich (2008), Senior Day Tribute (2008)
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  • (Updated September 2014)
Stacey Wueste, 1989
Amy Wustefeld Brooks, 1996
Lindsey Yamasaki, 2002
  • Is Principal at the Cole Group, an executive search firm.
  • Was inducted into the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in 2014.
  • Was head coach of women's basketball at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco for three years.
  • Played professional basketball in the WNBA, in the NWBL and in Turkey.
  • National award: Women's Basketball News Service National Freshman of the Year (1999)
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman (1999), All-Pac-10 (2002).
  • Stanford freshman records: Second in field goals attempted (386, tied) and 3-pointers made (65); second in 3-pointers attempted (167).
  • Stanford single game records: First in 3-pointers attempted (16) and 3-pointers made (9, tied)
  • Stanford Athletics biography
  • Stanford photos
  • (Updated May 2014)
Jill Yanke Stevens, 1989
Julie Zeilstra, 1991
  • Owns a home in Woodlands Texas, where she lives with her three dogs.
  • Has worked in the Texas public school system since 2001, teaching children with disabilities and doing psychoeducational evaluations.
  • Is involved in animal rescue and was a volunteer coordinator for local animal control program.
  • Had an Educational Consulting business in Florida to help children with disabilities.
  • Received masters degree in special education from Ohio State.
  • Played professional basketball in Japan for a year, but gave up basketball after having elbow and back surgery.
  • Collegiate awards: All-Pac-10 Freshman(1989), All-Pac-10 (1991), All-Pac-10 Academic (1990).
  • Stanford career record: Third in free throw percentage (.827).
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