Basketball Hall of Fame Names Silver Anniversary TeamPosted: Updated:
The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame has unveiled its All Women's 2019 Silver Anniversary Team, recognizing outstanding accomplishments as a senior player 25 years ago. The team will be honored in April at the 18th Annual Women's Awards Banquet in Indianapolis.
The ceremony is set for Saturday, April 27 at the Primo Banquet Hall on the south side of Indianapolis.
The team members are:
Name High School
Misty (Smith) Albrecht Shelbyville
Angela (Hamblin) Blakely Gary Wallace
Patty (Hutchinson) Clancy Scottsburg
Debbie (Benziger) Dudukovich Kokomo
Sarah (Haynes) Gizzi New Palestine
Tiffany Gooden Fort Wayne Snider
Kelly Heath Lafayette Jeff
LaKiesha (Brown) Ingram Cathedral
Nikki (Lawrie) Knight Roncalli
Jennifer (Sliwa) Makalusky Boone Grove
Shawn Manns-Collins Bloomington North
Darci (Redenbaugh) Martin Owen Valley
Krista Reinking Bellmont
Christy Smith Benton Central
Stephanie (Fry) Tressler Rushville
Eileen Weber Washington Catholic
Allison (Lee) White Columbus East
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