- Inducted into the W&M Hall of Fame in 1991 ... Only woman in school history in any sport to have her number retired (#22) ... Scored 1,504 points in just 82 games from 1977-81, surpassing the previous school record by more than 900 points ... Held the school scoring record until 2003, and still ranks third all-time at the College ... Reached 1,000 points in just 55 games, 10 games faster than anyone else in school history ... Established the modern scoring record of 39 points in a game against Virginia Wesleyan in January of 1980 ... Holds four of the top five single-season scoring averages, including 20.3 ppg in 1979-80 ... Career average of 18.3 ppg is more than three points ahead of second place ... Twice named first-team Academic All-American, in 1980 and again in 1981 ... Inducted into the Academic All-America Hall of Fame in 2001 ... All-Region honoree in 1981 ... All-state and all-state tournament in 1978, 1979, and 1980 ... Also threw the discus in track, winning the state title in 1977 ... Phi Beta Kappa graduate ... Winner of the Martha Barksdale Scholarship and the AEF Senior Athlete of the Year award ... Named a CAA Legend in 2005 ... Worked as the only woman on the NCAA Enforcement staff after graduation ... Also spent 11 years in USA Basketball as the assistant director, helping organize and manage all women's national teams for events such as the Olympics, world championships, and Pan-American Games ... Helped organize the USA's drive to the gold medal at the 1996 Olympics before leaving to become a special advisor to the WNBA ... Married to NBA Hall-of-Famer Rick Barry.