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Jasmina Perazić


Jasmina Perazić

Olympic medal record
Women's basketball
Competitor for  Yugoslavia
Bronze 1980 Moskva Team competition
Silver 1987 Cadiz Team competition
Bronze 1983 Edmonton Team competition
Gold 1987 Zagreb Team competition

Jasmina Perazić (born 6 December 1960 in Novi Sad) is a former Serbian basketball player who competed for Yugoslavia in the 1980 Summer Olympics and in the 1984 Summer Olympics.[1] In 2014 she is introduced into Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.[1]


  • University of Maryland 1979-1983 Retired Jersey #4 in 1983
  • University of Maryland Hall of Fame 2002
  • ACC Tournament Legend 2008
  • ACC Tournament MVP 1983
  • NCAA West Region All Tournament Team 1982
  • First NCAA Women's Final Four 1982,
  • WBCA Kodak All American 1983
  • With Yugoslavian National Basketball Team:
  • Bronze Olympic Medal 1980 Moscow Russia
  • Silver European Championships Medal 1987 Cadiz Spain
  • Gold Medal Balkan Championships 1986 Tuzla Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Finished 8th in the World Championships 1983 in São Paulo, Brazil
  • Bronze Medal World University Games Edmonton Canada
  • Gold Medal University World Games Zagreb, Croatia *MVP European Championships 1983 Hungary
  • MVP Balkan Championships 1986 Tuzla Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • MVP Pre Olympic Tournament 1984 Havana, Cuba
  • Best Five of Europe 1983 Hungary, 1985 Italy
  • Yugoslavian Cup Winner 1983 with KK Vozdovac Belgrade, Serbia,
  • 1997 New York Liberty, WNBA


University of Maryland Archives, FiBA Archives, ACC Tournament Legends, NCAA All Americans

  1. ^ a b "Olympics". sports-reference. Retrieved 10 July 2012. 

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