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Women's Basketball Hall of Fame inductees

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  • Senda Berenson (1868 - 1954)
    Senda Berenson Abbott (March 19, 1868, Butrimantsy, Vilno gubernia, Russian Empire – February 16, 1954) was a pioneer of women's basketball, authoring the first Basketball Guide for Women (1901–07). ...
  • Rebecca Lobo
    Rebecca Rose Lobo-Rushin (born October 6, 1973) is an American television basketball analyst and former women's basketball player in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) from 1997 to 2003...
  • Pat Summitt (1952 - 2016)
    Legendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt has died. She was 64. Summitt's son Tyler said his mother died "peacefully" Tuesday morning, surrounded by "those who loved her most," in Knoxville, Ten...
  • Hazel Leona Crutcher (1914 - 1990)
    Hazel Walker was born on August 8, 1914, on her family’s farm near Oak Hill (Little River County), nine miles from Ashdown (Little River County). She was the middle child and only daughter of Herbert S...

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The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame honors men and women who have contributed to the sport of women's basketball. The Hall of Fame opened in 1999 in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA. Knoxville is known for having a large women's basketball following as well as being the home of the University of Tennessee's Lady Vols basketball team previously coached by legendary women's coach Pat Summitt who was part of the first class inducted.