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Basketball records — Other major honors

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Basketball records — Other major honors

NCAA Woman of the Year Christy Smith, 1998 State of Arkansas and National Finalist Blair Savage, 1993 State of Arkansas and National Finalist Amber Nicholas, 1992 State of Arkansas and National Finalist

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Amber Nicholas, 1992-93

Wade Trophy Shameka Christon, 2004 finalist Amber Nicholas, 1992 nominee Delmonica DeHorney, 1991 finalist Bettye Fiscus, 1985 finalist

Naismith Award Shameka Christon, 2004, finalist Christy Smith, 1997 ballot Christy Smith, 1996 finalist Delmonica DeHorney, 1991 finalist

Wooden Award Shameka Christon, 2004 finalist

Ed Steitz Award Wendi Willits, 1999

ESPN Three-Point Contest Wendi Willits, 2001

Sports Illustrated Player of the Week Delmonica DeHorney, March 1, 1990

Compaq Play of the Week Wendi Willits, 1999 Kamara Stancle, 1999

National Coach of the Year Gary Blair, Basketball Times, 1995 Women’s BB News Service, 1995

USA Basketball Team Trials Ruby Vaden, 2003 Shameka Christon, 2001, 2002 Christy Smith, 1997 Shaka Massey, 1996

USA Junior National Team Shameka Christon, 2001 (FIBA Jr World Bronze Medal)

USA Young Women’s Team Ruby Vaden, 2003 team alternate Shameka Christon, 2002 (COPABA Gold Medal)

World University Games Christy Smith, 1997, Gold Medalist

Jones Cup Gary Blair, 1996, Assistant Coach

Olympic Festival Team Gary Blair, 1996, North team, head coach Christy Smith, 1995, North team Sha Hopson, 1991, South team

US Select Team Trials Marsha Lackey-Vining, 1978 Debbie Roe, 1978

Bell Atlantic Scholar-Athlete Award Amber Nicholas, 1990

Entergy Postgraduate Scholarship Blair Savage, 1993

WBCA/Honda All-Star Challenge Christy Smith, 1998 (Selected, did not play due to F4)

Athletes in Action (College) Sytia Messer, 1997 (Europe) Kimberly Wilson, 1995 (Africa) Cheryl Orcholski, 1983 (S. America) John Sutherland, 1983 (Asst. Coach, Asia)

Athletes in Action (Pro) Karyn Karlin, 2000 & 2001 (USA Tour Team) Christy Smith, 2000, 1998 (USA Tour Team) Sytia Messer, 1999 (USA Tour Team)

Athletic Int’l Ministries Karyn Karlin, 1999, Collegiate Athlete of the Year Christy Smith, 1998, Collegiate Athlete of the Year

WNBA Camp Shameka Christon, 2004 Amy Wright, 2002 Wendi Willits, 2001 Karyn Karlin, 2000 Christy Smith, 1998 Kimberly Wilson, 1997

Razorbacks in the Pros Shameka Christon, New York Liberty (WNBA), 2004-present (5th pick overall; 1st round, 2004 draft) Shameka Christon, Elizur Ramla (Israel D.I), 2004-05 Dana Cherry, Charlotte Sting (WNBA) (23rd pick overall; 2nd round, 2003 draft) India Lewis, BL Levy (Holland), 2004) Treva Christenson, Insolo (Finland), 2002 Amy Wright, Detroit Shock (WNBA), 2002 camp Karyn Karlin, Miami Sol (WNBA), 2002 camp Wendi Willits, Los Angeles Sparks (WNBA), 2001 (Free agent) Karyn Karlin, Birmingham Power (ABL), 2002 Celia Anderson, Alexander the Great (Greece), 2001 Karyn Karlin, BC Nokia (Finland), 2001 Karyn Karlin, Calais (France), 2001 Shaka Massey, Charlotte Sting (WNBA), 2000 (59th pick overall; 4th round, 2000 draft) Christy Smith, Charlotte Sting (WNBA), 1998 & 1999 (17th pick overall; 2nd round, 1998 draft) Delmonica DeHorney, Japan Air Lines, 1991 Cheryl Orcholski, Columbus Minks (WBA), 1984 (40th pick of 1984 draft)



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