Ann Meyers

United States

Basketball

B: March 26, 1955

Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame

Meyers played on the first women's Olympic team that earned a silver medal at the Montreal Games in 1976, following a career at UCLA where she a four-time All-American. She was also a member of the US team that won the 1975 Pan American Games and the 1979 World Championships. . She was the first woman player drafted by the Women's Basketball League (WBL). She was the first woman player to tryout with an NBA team, the Indiana Pacers. Meyers was the first women inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1993 and the inagural class of the FIBA Hall of Fame in 2007. In 1986, Meyers married former Los Angeles Dodger pitcher and Baseball Hall of Famer Don Drysdale. Meyers has worked for many years as a television commentator.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1980 Women's Final
4
28
$8,400
N/A
1981 Women's Final
1
51 1/2
$40,450
Tennis, Swimming, Quarter Mile Run, Obstacle Course
1981 Worlds

11

5

$1,500

None
1982 Women's Final
1
53
$40,900
Tennis, Golf, Quarter Mile Run, Obstacle Course
TOTALS
137 1/2
$91,250
8

PERSONAL BESTS
Tennis

1st

1981 Women's Final
1982 Women's Final
Swimming - 50 Yards

28.06

1982 Women's Final
Rowing - 100 Yards

44.04

1982 Women's Final
Golf - closest to the pin

1' 2"

1982 Women's Final
Soccer Test
2 - 41.0e
1981 Worlds
60 Yard Dash

7.44

1982 Women's Final
100 Yard Dash
12.3e
1981 Worlds
Quarter Mile Run

1:00.34

1982 Women's Final
Obstacle Course

22.41

1982 Women's Final
Points Scored

53

1982 Women's Final



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