Nancy Lieberman

United States

Basketball

B: July 1, 1958

Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame

At the age of 18, she became the youngest basketball player in Olympic history to win a medal as the US team captured a silver medal at the 1976 Olympics. A three-time All-America at Old Dominion University, Lieberman had led the Lady Monarchs to back-to-back AIAW National Championships in 1979 and 1980. She was twice named as the Wade Trophy winner She was the number one draft choice of the Dallas Diamonds of the Women's American Basketball Association in 1980. After leading the Diamonds to the league title in 1985, Lieberman made history once again in 1986 and 1987 as she became the first female to play in a men's professional league, signing with the Springfield Fame of the United States Basketball League. She followed that achievement with another milestone when she joined the 1987-88 Washington Generals on a world tour with the Harlem Globetrotters. Lieberman was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1996 and played for the Phoenix Mercury in the first season of the WNBA in 1997.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1980 Women's Final
2
39
$26,700
N/A
1981 Women's Final
3
30
$14,000
None
TOTALS
69
$40,700
0

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

3rd

1981 Women's Final
Rowing - 100 Yards

49.70

1981 Women's Final
Bowling - 1 game

165

1981 Women's Final
Bowling - 2 frames

27

1981 Women's Final
60 Yard Dash

7.52

1981 Women's Final
Quarter Mile Run

1:04.18

1981 Women's Final
Obstacle Course

25.22

1981 Women's Final
Points Scored

39

1980 Women's Final



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