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Stars From the Past

BARBARA  KENNEDYForward   Rome, GA   1978-82

* All-American 1981 and 1982. * First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1980, 1981, 1982. * ACC Tournament MVP 1981, 1982. * Still NCAA record holder for most field goals in a season with 392 in 1981-82 * Her 908 point season of 1981-82 is still tied for fourth best in NCAA history. Her 29.3 scoring average is still 10th best in NCAA history. * The ACC and Clemson’s all-time leader in scoring with 3,113 career points. * The ACC and Clemson’s all-time leader in rebounding with 1,252. * The ACC and Clemson’s all-time career leader for most field goals (1,349), and field goal attempts (2,688). * Holds ACC and Clemson’s single season records for most points (908), points per game (29.3), most field goals (392), field goals attempts (760), rebounds (400), and most rebounds per game (12.9). * Led the nation in scoring in 1981-82 with a 29.2 points per game average. * For her career, had 93 20-point games, 28 30-point games, and six 40-point games. * Scored the first points in the inaugural NCAA tournament. * Currently second on the NCAA’s list for most points in a tournament game with 43. * Member of the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame. * A member of the U.S. national team, 1982. * Played professionally in 1982. * 1985 graduate, now serving as an athletic academic counselor at Clemson University Year G FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB. AVG. PTS AVG. 1978-79 29 227-477 .476 87-130 .669 248 8.6 541 18.7 1979-80 36 382-729 .524 89-137 .650 298 8.3 853 23.7 1980-81 31 348-722 .482 115-175 .657 306 9.9 811 26.2 1981-82 31 392-760 .516 124-172 .721 400 12.9 908 29.3 Totals 127 1349-2688 .502 415-614 .676 1252 9.9 3113 24.5

MARY ANN CUBELIC Guard Columbia, SC 1979-83 * Honorable Mention All-American 1983. * First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1982, 1983. * All-ACC tournament team, 1982 * Fifth on the All-time Clemson career scoring list with 1,501 points. * Second on the Clemson career list for most field goals attempted with 1,491. * Fourth on the Clemson career list for most field goals made with 651. * 10th on the school’s career list for most free throws attempted (276) * Led Clemson in scoring in 1982-83 with 14.4 ppg. * Led Clemson in free throw percentage in 1979-80 with a .764 mark. * Led Clemson in assists with 119 in 1980-81. * All-State in 1983. * All-Tournament team for 1982 Lady Tiger Invitational and voted best defensive player on the 1982 team. * Voted the team’s best playmaker in 1981. * Named team MVP in 1982 and 1983. Year G FGM-FGA PCT. FTM-FTA PCT. REB. AVG. PTS AVG. 1979-80 31 132-303 .436 42-55 .764 84 2.7 306 9.9 1980-81 27 93-267 .348 43-63 .683 73 2.7 229 8.5 1981-82 32 243-508 .478 61-83 .735 151 4.7 547 17.1 1982-83 29 183-413 .443 53-75 .707 123 4.2 419 14.4 Totals 119 651-1491 .443 199-276 .721 431 3.6 1501 12.6

JANET KNIGHT Forward Albany, GA 1982-86

* Clemson’s second all-time career scorer with 1,795 points. * 11th on the all-time Clemson career list for most rebounds with 565. * Played in 114 games. * Third on the Clemson list for most field goals attempted with 1,393 and second for most field goals made with 731. * Fourth on the Lady Tiger career list for best field goal percentage with .525. * Second on the Clemson career list for most free throws made (333) and third for most free throws attempted (410). * Tied for second on the Clemson career list for best free throw percentage with a .812 mark, (333-410). * Clemson’s fourth leading career scorer with a 15.7 average. * Led Clemson in scoring in 1983-84 and 1984-85. * Led Clemson in free throw percentage all four years of her career. * A third-team All-American in 1985 * First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1985. * Second-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1984. * All-State in 1985. * Named to six all-tournament teams during her career. * Named Clemson’s MVP for the 1985 season.

DONNA FORESTER Forward Carnesville, GA 1976-78

* Ninth on the Clemson All-Time scoring list with 1,270 points. * Sixth on the Clemson career list for most rebounds with 766. * Seventh on the school’s career list for most field goals made (535) and 10th for most field goal attempts (1,097). * Fourth on the Clemson career list for best free throw percentage with a .769 figure. * First on the ACC and Clemson career list for best rebounding average with a 12.2. * Second on the Clemson scoring list with a 20.2 average. * First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1978. * Named to the ACC All-tournament team in 1978. * Named to the All-State team in 1977, 1978. * A member of the Carolina Christmas Classic All-tournament team 1977. * Clemson Lady Tiger Invitational MVP 1978. * 1978 graduate, now a Guidance Counselor for Franklin County High School in Carnesville, GA. * Tied the Clemson record for best field goal percentage in a game (1.000)as she hit 12-12 against Claflin on December 7, 1977. * Tied for the Lady Tiger record for the most rebounds in a game with 25 on February 12,1977.

CHERON WELLS Guard Dayton, OH 1990-92

* 1992 Second-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference * In 1991, she became first Clemson player to be named to an NCAA Tournament All-Region Team when she was named to the NCAA East Regional Team. * Participated in the 1992 U. S. Olympic Trials. * 1992 American Women’s Federation All-American, Third-Team * 17th on the Clemson career list for most points with 930, in only two years of play. * Holds Clemson individual single-season record for most points scored in NCAA Tournament play with 48 points in three games in 1991. * 1991 ACC All-Tournament Team * 1991 American Women’s Sports Federation All-American (honorable mention) * Clemson’s leading scorer in 1990-91 and 1991-92. * Clemson’s MVP in 1991 and 1992 Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1990-91 33 186-455 .409 75-105 .714 142 4.3 464 14.1 1991-92 31 182-416 .438 78-115 .678 122 3.9 466 15.0 Totals 64 368-871 .423 153-220 .695 264 4.1 930 14.5

JESSICA BARR Forward Batesburg,SC 1992-94

* 1993-94 Kodak All-American * 1993-94 Basketball-America All-American * ACC Player-of-the-Year, (First Player in Clemson history to win this honor) * First-Team All-ACC * ACC All-Tourmament team 1993-1994 * District III Kodak All-American Team * ACC All-Tournament Team (First-Team) * State of South Carolina’s Female Amateur Athlete-of-the-Year * Scored 594 points in 1993-94, the sixth most in a single season in Clemson history * Led the team and the ACC in scoring(19.8 ppg.) * Second in the ACC in field goal pct. (237-429) .552 * Named to the All-Tournament team at the UNLV Tournament in 1993-94 * Named MVP of the Hilton Head Tournament in Hilton Head, SC even though Clemson finished second in the tournament. Penn State defeated Clemson in the Championship game of this tournament. * Became only the third player in Clemson history to lead the Lady Tigers in scoring, rebounding and field goal pct. in a single season. The other two players that accomplished this feat are Barbara Kennedy (1982) and Shandy Bryan (1993). Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1992-93 28 104-216 .481 56-87 .644 149 5.3 271 9.7 1993-94 30 237-429 .552 104-151 .689 256 8.5 594 19.8 Totals 58 341-645 .528 160-238 .672 405 6.9 865 14.9

SHANDY BRYAN Forward Morristown, TN 1989-93

* First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1993 * 1993 American Women’s Sports Federation All-American (Second-Team) * Third on the school’s career list for most points scored with 1,631 points. * 10th on Clemson’s all-time list for best field goal percentage (.498). * Third on the Clemson career list for most field goals made (661) and fourth on the career list for most field goals attempted (1328). * Third on the Lady Tiger career list for rebounds with 874. * Second on the Clemson all-time list for most free throws attempted (417) and third on the career list for most free throws made(309). * Led Clemson in scoring (18.7 ppg.), rebounding (8.6 rpg.) field goal pct. (.545) free throw pct. (.743) and blocked shots (28) in 1992-93. Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1989-90 32 125-261 .479 59-72 .819 168 5.3 309 9.7 1990-91 33 138-311 .444 78-98 .796 202 6.1 354 10.7 1991-92 31 174-345 .504 59-95 .621 246 7.9 407 13.1 1992-93 30 224-411 .545 113-152 .743 258 8.6 561 18.7 Totals 126 661-1328 .498 309-417 .741 874 6.9 1631 12.9

TARA SAUNOOKE Guard/Forward Asheville, NC 1991-95

* First–Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1995 * Holds the Clemson record for most three point goals in a career (252) * Sixth on the school’s career list for most points scored with 1,462 * 10th on the Clemson career list for most field goals made with 497 * First on the school’s career list for most thee point goals per game (2.08), most three-point goals attempted (586) , and best three point field goal pct. (.430). * Tied for second on the school’s career record list for best free throw pct. (.812)

STEPHANIE RIDGEWAY Guard Monroe, GA 1994-96

* First-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1996 * 1996 District III All-American * 20th on the school’s career list for most points scored with 872 * Eighth on the Clemson career list for best scoring average, 14.1 * 1996 All-ACC Tournament Team * Co-Captain of Clemson’s first Atlantic Coast Conference Championship team. * MVP at the Texas-Arlington Tournament in the 1995-96 season. Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1994-95 32 153-361 .424 96-135 .711 148 4.6 412 12.9 1995-96 30 181-386 .469 84-138 .609 133 4.4 460 15.3 Totals 62 334-747 .447 180-273 .659 281 4.5 872 14.1

KERRY BOYATT Guard/Forward Oneida, TN 1989-93

* Second-Team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 1990 * ACC Rookie-of-the-Year in 1990 * 1993 American Women’s Sports Federation All-American (Honorable Mention) * 1990 American Women’s Sports Federation All-Freshman Team * Eighth on the school’s career list for most points scored with 1,422 points. * Second on the Clemson career list for most three point goals made (178) and attempted (450) * Third on Clemson’s all-time list for best three-point field goal percentage (.396). * Fourth on the Clemson career list for most free throws made (294) and fourth on the school’s career list for most free throws attempted (406) Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1989-90 32 159-353 .450 132-178 .742 153 4.8 490 15.3 1990-91 33 133-321 .414 55-77 .714 109 3.3 385 11.7 1991-92 27 93-228 .408 52-75 .693 91 3.4 284 10.5 1992-93 29 90-230 .391 55-76 .724 119 4.1 263 9.1 Totals 121 475-1132 .420 294-406 .724 472 3.9 1422 11.8

PEGGY CAPLE Center Maxton, NC 1981-85

* 12th on the Clemson career list for most points with 1,173 * Second all-time Clemson career rebounder with 1,087. * Sixth on the school’s career list for best rebounding average with a 9.1 rpg. mark. * Holds the Clemson career records for most blocked shots (298) and blocked shots per game (2.50) * Eight on the school’s career list for most steals with 160 * One of only two Clemson players to have over 1,000 points and over 1,000 rebounds in a career. Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1981-82 32 81-203 .399 29-46 .630 310 9.7 191 6.0 1982-83 29 151-320 .472 67-119 .563 257 8.9 369 12.7 1983-84 31 125-259 .483 67-112 .598 276 8.9 317 10.2 1984-85 27 119-279 .427 58-110 .527 244 9.0 296 11.0 Totals 119 476-1061 .449 221-387 .571 1087 9.1 1173 9.9

LAURA COTTRELL Forward Hayesville, NC 1993-97

* First-Team All-ACC Tournament in 1996 and 1997 * Named MVP at the 1996 ACC Tournament, Clemson’s first-ever ACC Basketball Championship * Named MVP at the 1996-97 Boise State Tournament * Became the 15th Clemson player to reach the 1,000-point plateau in a career. She accomplished this feat against Texas on 2-1-97. * The fifth player to reach the 1,000 point, 800 rebound club in Clemson history. * Fifth all-time Clemson rebounder with 808 * 13th on the Clemson career list for most points with 1,108 * Fifth on the Clemson career list for most three-point field goals with 51 Year G FG-FGA PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG TP AVG 1993-94 27 42-87 .483 22-45 .489 70 2.6 109 4.0 1994-95 31 141-272 .518 97-138 .703 263 8.5 383 12.4 1995-96 31 117-264 .443 74-99 .747 270 8.7 337 10.9 1996-97 30 97-227 .427 70-101 .693 205 6.8 279 9.3 Totals 119 397-850 .467 263-383 .687 808 6.8 1108 9.3

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