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Cindy Brogdon

Olympic medal record
Women's basketball
Competitor for the  United States
Silver 1976 Montreal Team competition

Cindy Brogdon (born 25 February 1957) is an American former basketball player who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics.[1]

Biography

Brogdon was born in University of Tennessee.[3]

She was the first Georgian to play as a member of a United States Olympic Basketball team, and was inducted into the [4]

Brogdon was named to the National team to play at the 1976 Olympics, held in Montreal, Canada. After losing the opening game to Japan, the USA team beat Bulgaria, but then faced host team Canada. The USA team defeated Canada 84–71. After losing to the USSR, the USA team needed a victory against Czechoslovakia to secure a medal. Brogdon helped the team to an 83–67 win and the silver medal. Brogdon averaged 5.8 points per game.[5]

She currently works at Northview High School in Georgia.

References

  1. ^ "Olympics". sports-reference. Retrieved 23 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "LADY VOLS IN THE OLYMPICS". Tennessee Womens’s Basketball. Retrieved April 2, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Olympians, Mercerians: One and the same Former Bears Jimmy Carnes, Cindy Brogdon lead past teams to podium". mercercluster.com. Retrieved April 2, 2013. 
  4. ^ "Cindy Brogdon". Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved April 2, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Games of the XXIst Olympiad -- 1976". USA Basketball. Retrieved ~{0} ~{1}. 

External links

  • Women's Basketball HOF profile



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