Legends

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Cound Group USA Legends

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Adrian Williams – Strong

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Alex Montgomery

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Allison Feaster

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Amisha Carter

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Angie (Ball) Watson

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Anna Deforge

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Ariel Edwards

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Ashley Houts

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Barb Farris

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Brandi McCain

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Brooke Wyckoff

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Brooke Wyckoff

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Chantel Tremitiere

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Charlotte Smith

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Christi Thomas

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Cindy Blodgett

Cindy is one of the most decorated college players ever and one of the most exciting players to watch handle the ball. She finished at the Univ of Maine with a 25.5 ppg average over 4 years, which is basically unheard of. She was a WNBA 1st rd pick in 1998, going to the Cleveland Rockers. She finished her career in Sacramento after 3 good seasons there.

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Crystal Kelly

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EC Hill

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Edwina Brown

Wink is possibly the greatest player ever from the Univ of Texas.

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Elaine Powell

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Grace Daley

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Helen Darling

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Janel McCarville

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Jasmine Hassell

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John Whisenant

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Joy Holmes – Harris

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Katie Mattera – Feenstra

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Kayla Chones

Ohio basketball Hall of Famer, Kayla is one of the All-time greats from NC State and was
drafted 13th in the 2004 WNBA draft. Kayla played in 8 countries and then went to work with the Minnesota Timberwolves. She is currently working as Marketing manager for Puma

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Kiesha Brown

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Korie Hlede

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Kristen Mann

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Kristen Rasmussen

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Kristin Haynie

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LaKeshia Frett

One of the All-Time greats from the Univ of Georgia, “Frett” came out of GA in 1997, drafted to both the ABL and the WNBA. She went to the ABL for 2 years before they folded and then she went to her drafted destination of LA. She played all over the world and on 4 different WNBA teams before retiring young and going into coaching. She has coached all over the southeast, including UGA, UVA and Auburn.

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Latoya Thomas

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LeCoe Willingham

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Lenae Williams

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Lenae Williams

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Mandisa Stevenson

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Maren Walseth

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Nikki Teasley

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Olayinka Sanni

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Shameka Christon

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Shannon “Pee-Wee” Johnson

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Shaunzinski Gortman

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Sheri Sam

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Sherril Baker

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Sherril Baker

“Speedy” is another GA great, finishing in 2006 and drafted in the 1st round by the New York Liberty. One of the fastest players to ever play, Sherril is still the all-time leader in steals at GA and the SEC. She played in several countries, primarily Israel and she was on 4 WNBA teams during her career. She is currently a coach at Georgia St.

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Stacey Lovelace

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Tamara Stocks