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In an era of fewer games and no three-point line, Patricia Hoskins set the standard as a scoring and rebounding threat.
He led Montana to 865 wins, and yet Robin Selvig is still overlooked as one of the greatest women's basketball coaches.
Constantly on the move as a pro, Sheri Sam brought value to every team, and she has two rings to show for it.
She took no time to get going as a professional. After all, rebounding is in Cheryl Ford's blood.
In an era that has forgotten a number of international players, Eva NÄ›mcovÃ¡ shot her way to the record books.
Throughout her basketball career, Tari Phillips demonstrated time and time again she had the talent. She just needed the right opportunity.
A dual-sport star of the '90s and early WNBA power athlete, Natalie Williams thrived on a rebounding instinct.
An Olympic gold medalist and 4-time WNBA All Star, Pee Wee's impact on basketball is far from small.
A forerunner of the stretch post movement in the WNBA, Tangela Smith has a pair of rings to show for her skill set.