Lynette Woodard is among six inductees to the Women's Hall of Fame.
Former Harlem Globetrotter and Olympian Lynette Woodard and retired Auburn coach Joe Ciampi are among six chosen for the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
It doesn't matter why Chamique Holdsclaw left. What matters is that she comes back next season.
Clyde Drexler, Bill Sharman, Maurice Stokes, Lynette Woodard, Jerry Colangelo and Drazen Dalipagic constitute the class being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday.
Now that Marian Washington has retired at Kansas, Lynette Woodard's holding the Jayhawks' reins.
Kansas 74, Oklahoma State 61
Lynette Woodard, the first woman Harlem Globetrotter, makes her North American debut with the team. She scores seven points as the Golbetrotters beat the Washington Generals -- again -- in Spokane, Wash.
Take a look at Jackie Stiles' career stats as the SMS senior chases the NCAA scoring mark, and see how she compares to Kansas legend Lynette Woodard.