Coach Dacko on Glamora ...
"G came back as a much-improved player this year. She has a good inside-outside game. She is working hard in practice every day and is somebody who can score facing the basket. She knows the offense very well and will give us a lot of leadership on the floor."
Appeared in 11 games for a total of 41 minutes ... played a career-high 11 minutes at Michigan ... established career-highs with five points and two steals at Michigan ... also grabbed two boards vs. Northeastern and at St. Bonaventure ... recorded a basket vs. Sacred Heart, vs. Northeastern and vs. St. Bonaventure ... swatted first career shot vs. Northeastern ... swiped a steal vs. Saint Joseph's, vs. La Salle and at St. Bonaventure ... connected at a .571 rate from the field, .667 at the charity stripe and .500 from three-point range.
Appeared in seven games ... played 24 minutes ... scored four points with baskets at Memphis and vs. Rider ... named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... 2000-2001 Season: Saw action in 17 games, including 10 conference contests ... went 2-for-4 for a season-high four points against Fairleigh Dickinson ... hit her other field goal at San Francisco ... went 2-for-3 from the free throw line scoring her other two points vs. St. Bonaventure ... had a career-high three rebounds at San Francisco ... also had three boards, all offensive, at Rhode Island .... had two steals against Dartmouth (Nov. 28).
Prior to UMass:
A graduate of Rich Central (Ill.) High School (2000) ... member of the National Honor Society ... an Honor Roll student ... four-year letterwinner in basketball ... played for Head Coach Rhonda Burras, who is the sister-in-law of WNBA star Alisa Burras (Seattle Storm) ... led the team in scoring as a freshman (1996-97) and junior (1998-99) ... averaged 21 points and 10 rebounds per game as a senior (1999-2000) ... scored over 1,500 career points in her four years ... named the Southern Illinois Conference Association's South Player of the Year as a senior (1999-2000) ... All-State honorable mention ... Illinois Basketball Coaches Association State All-Star pick ... SICA South Conference MVP, as well as an All-Conference and All-Area selection by The Star Newspaper (1999-2000) ... a three-time team Most Valuable Player and two-time Defensive Player selection ... also captained the softball and volleyball teams earning team MVP honors in both.
Born Glamora Kashell Maeweather on February 23, 1983, in Chicago, Ill. ... daughter of Michael Maeweather ...a Legal Studies major.
Glamora Maeweather at UMass
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