Carol Blazejowski

United States

Basketball

B: September 29, 1956

Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.

The 5-foot-10 Blazejowski scored 3,199 points during her career at Montclair (NJ) State College from 1974 to 1978. The first-ever recipient of the Wade Trophy as the 1978 Women's Basketball Player of the Year, Blazejowski was a three-time All-American (1976, '77, '78) and was named Converse Women's Player of the Year in 1977. Blazejowski holds the single season (38.6 ppg, 1,235 pts) and career (31.7 ppg) women's basketball scoring records. In 1976, Blazejowski set the Madison Square Garden single game scoring mark with 52 points against Queens College, a mark that still remains a collegiate record. That same year, Blazejowski led Montclair State to the AIAW Final Four against UCLA. Blazejowski was a member of the 1979 World University team that won the gold medal in Mexico City. She earned a silver medal as a member of the 1979 Pan American Team, and was selected to the 1980 Olympic Team that did not participate in the XXIInd Olympiad in Moscow. In 1980-81, Blazejowski played with the New Jersey Gems of the Women's Basketball League (WBL) and was the league's leading scorer. She was enrishrined into the Hall of Fame in 1994.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1979 Women's Final
2
39
$26,700
Bowling
1981 Women's Final
2
34 1/2
$23,350
60 Yard Dash
TOTALS
73 1/2
$50,050
2

PERSONAL BESTS
Rowing - 100 Yards

53.05

1981 Women's Final
Golf - closest to the pin

57'7"

1981 Women's Final
Bowling
201
1979 Women's Final
Bowling - 2 frames

29

1981 Women's Final
60 Yard Dash

7.30

1981 Women's Final
Quarter Mile Run

1:01.39

1981 Women's Final
Bike Race - Quarter Mile

39.70

1981 Women's Final
Bike Race - Half Mile

1:19.04

1981 Women's Final
Obstacle Course

25.60

1981 Women's Final
Points Scored

39

1979 Women's Final



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