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  • Lest we forget...

    Saw this tweet linked and thought I would make sure it was more visible to us, so copied it:

    I can still remember walking over to the Sports Arena in her freshman season and being wowed. After I graduated in '83, I continued to have season tickets until the present day. She was by far the most special player we ever had. Lisa Leslie was good, so was Tina Thompson, but Cheryl was the best. That team of Rhonda Windham, The McGee's, Cynthia Cooper and Cheryl was the greatest women's team I have ever watched. Fight On everyone!

  • #2
    completely agree GOAT


    • #3
      Can you guys tell me where to find the documentary on the USC WBB team from those years?? The team of Miller, Cooper and the McGee's?? I believe it came out last year or 2 years ago ❤💛✌


      • #4
        You can watch it via an HBO subscription!

        I graduated in 2012, and sadly I would say the vast majority of students and recent alums have no idea that USC had such major powers on its women's side. I remember first learning that Lisa Leslie, a household name, went to USC, and I was super surprised. Hopefully they do a better job of a) returning to prominence and b) educating the larger USC community about the rich legacy.


        • #5
          Here are a couple of other facts on Cheryl Miller and a short video. She was an Olympic Gold Medalist in 1984 and the first female analyst to call a nationally televised NBA game. She was also the head coach for the Women of Troy for a short time. Here is the video for #BHM.