Athletic Hall of Fame adds seven in 2011 - Toni Jameson
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Toni Jameson Hall ’90 ’94
Jameson was a standout athlete in basketball and track and field from 1986-90. An outstanding rebounder, Jameson was a four-year starter in basketball, appearing in every game. A three-time All-Northern Central Conference (NCC), including two first-team honors, Jameson held the career record in league rebounds with 577. She led the NCC in rebounding in 1990 averaging 10.3 rebounds per game. She was named to the NCAA Division II North Central Region All-Tournament team in 1989 and in 1990 was named a Second Team American Women’s Sports Federation All-American and to the WBCA Kodak All-District team. Jameson played in 115 games during her career, scored 1,573 points and pulled down 1,046 rebounds. She ranks ninth on the all-time career scoring chart and is third in career rebounds. She ranks in the top 10 chart in career field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted, assists and steals. During her career the Huskies won its first NCC women’s title, played in four NCAA North Central Region Tournaments and one NCAA quarterfinal game and posted an 83-32 overall record. Jameson landed on the United States Team Handball team that posted three national titles. She made the 1996 Olympic team that finished eighth.