OXFORD, Miss. – The 1991-92 Ole Miss women’s basketball team will return to Oxford for a 20-year team reunion this weekend, Nov. 9-10.
A team luncheon will be held in the Football Indoor Practice Facility from 1-2:30 p.m. on Friday. The team will then be recognized during halftime of the women’s basketball game vs. SELA, which will begin at 5:30 p.m.
On Saturday, the team will be available for autograph signings from 4-5 p.m. at Rebel Fanfare, located across the street from the Starnes Center. The team will also be recognized during halftime of the football game vs. Vanderbilt, which will begin at 6 p.m.
The 1991-92 team is the only team in the history of the Ole Miss women’s basketball program to win an SEC Championship. The team went undefeated and finished the SEC season 11-0.
Players and staff scheduled to be recognized this weekend are:
Michele Anderson Tiffany Archie-King Charlotte Banks Bonnie Bishop Susan Byrd-Price Van Chancellor Renee Chancellor-Asaro Steve Curtis Gail Eaves Peggie Gillom Theresa Gillom Vann Kristen Goehring-Lee Clara Jackson Lynnette Johnson Jackie Martin-Glass Martia McWhorter Diane Pimpton Nikki Williams Tammy Work
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