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2020 Pac-12 Hall of Honor inductee: Stanford's Jennifer Azzi

Women's Basketball
Mar 4, 2020
A four-year team captain, two-time FIBA world champion and two-time WBCA All-American, Azzi is one of the most respected and accomplished icons in Stanford women’s basketball history. On The Farm, she earned her degree in economics while leading the team to two Pac-10 titles and the first NCAA championship in school history as a senior in 1990. The best player in the country that season, she earned the Wade Trophy, Naismith Trophy, Honda-Broderick Award, USBWA National Player of the Year Award and was named the NCAA Final Four MVP. Following her time at Stanford, Azzi went on to earn a gold medal with the U.S. women’s Olympic team and played professionally for a total of 13 years, including five in the WNBA. Following her playing days, Azzi turned to coaching, becoming the head coach of the University of San Francisco’s women’s basketball program for six seasons.