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Shanda Berry
Shanda Berry

Hometown:
Oelwein, Iowa

Height:
6-3

Position:
Center

Hawk Item--- The Hawkeyes went to four straight NCAA tournaments, won three Big Ten titles and amassed an overall record of 104-19 (.846) during Berry's four years with the Hawkeyes. The 1987-88 Hawkeye team (Berry's junior year) was ranked No. 1 in the nation for eight consecutive weeks, longer than any other team that season, and was the first and only Big Ten team to reach that ranking

1988-89 as a Senior--- Lead Iowa's overall scoring, 17.8, and rebounding, 9.5... Iowa's leading scorer in seven games and was the leading rebounder in 10 games... reached double-figure scoring in 14 of 15 games, surpassed 20-point mark on six occasions... Lead the Big Ten Conference in field goal accuracy, 68% ... Lead the Big Ten Conference in scoring with 22 ppg against conference teams... Ranked third in Big Ten Conference rebounding, 10 rpg... scored career-high 29 points against Minnesota, Jan 21.... Big Ten Conference Player of the Week (Jan 16)... Hawaii Wahine Classic all-tournament team... Kansas Dial Soap Classic all-tournament team... Miami Burger King/Pepsi Classic all-tournament team...First Team all Big Ten... Stands ninth on Iowa's all-time scoring chart (1100 career points)...stands fifth on Iowa's all time rebounding chart (653 career rebounds)... Stands fifth on Iowa's all-time blocks chart (41 career blocks).

1987-88 as a Junior--- Started every game at center...Led Iowa's rebounding with 8.5 average...Led Iowa's rebounding in 17 games... Team's second highest scorer with 14.5 average... Hit double=figure scoring in 27-31 games, surpassed the 20-point mark six times...Grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds in Iowa's NCAA win over USC...All-Big Ten Conference second team...NCAA West Region all-tournament team...Played on the 1987 gold medal-winning U.S. entry to the Jones Cup Games...Member of the 1987 U.S. Select Team that toured Seoul, Korea.... Third Team All-American

1986-87 as a Sophomore-- Played in all 31 games... United States Select Team

1985-86 as Freshman--- United States Select Team, United States World Junior National Team (alternate)

High School--- Named Parade First Team all-American in high school... averaged 41.6 pts as a senior and 41 as a junior... scored 3,321 points in her high school career... played 6-girl games in high school.

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