Delmonica DeHorney Hawkins
        Delmonica DeHorney Hawkins became the second Lady Razorback basketball player and the fourth overall inductee to the Arkansas Hall of Honor in September 2000. The first Kodak All-American at the University of Arkansas, DeHorney set the standard by which all future post players will be judged at Arkansas. The only player in Southwest Conference history to receive three player of the year honors during her career, DeHorney led Arkansas to its peak of domination of the SWC and onto the national stage as a top 10 team.
        DeHorney exhibited her promise her first season at Arkansas, earning SWC Freshman of the Year honors. Her sophomore season was limited due to injuries, but the 6-4 Poteau, Okla., product came back stronger than ever as a junior.
        It was during the 1989-90 season that DeHorney and Arkansas became household words in the sports world. Leading Arkansas and the SWC in scoring and field goal percentage, DeHorney paced the Lady'Backs to the first win over Texas by a conference opponent. The win at Texas broke a 183-game streak and the UT strangle-hold on the conference title. As the SWC co-champions, Arkansas was selected for the NCAA tournament. DeHorney stepped up her game, earning all-NCAA West Regional team honors for her back-to-back 30-point games at the Stanford-hosted tournament. Arkansas reached the Elite Eight with DeHorney leading the way.
        For her efforts, DeHorney was voted the SWC Player of the Year in 1990 as well as one of the 10 players selected by the WBCA for the Kodak All-America team.
        As a senior, DeHorney proved herself again. Repeating as SWC Player of the Year, she led Arkansas to an undisputed SWC crown with a pair of wins over Texas and a 15-1 conference mark. Arkansas added the 1991 SWC Classic trophy to its collection to become the first team besides UT to win the postseason conference tournament. Ranked as high as 8th in the nation, Arkansas received a first-round bye in the 1991 NCAA Tournament, but was upset in the Sweet 16 by Lamar.
        Married to Jackson Hawkins and the mother of two, she lives in Baltimore, Md., and works as a juvenile probation officer.