"Honor the Past, Celebrate the Present, Promote the Future"
Induction 2018 was a celebration of great moments in women's basketball history as the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame celebrated their 20th Induction and kicked off their 20th anniversary year on June 9 at the Historic Tennessee Theatre.  The ceremony was attended by over 1200 attendees including over 30 former Inductees.  The Class of 2018 did not disappoint with their acceptance speeches, sharing their history being a part of our great game.  The WBL took their deserved place in the WBHOF with over 100 attending the weekend activities.  This was a time of reunion, shared stories and love of fellow players and coaches. 


New Exhibit: Stained Glass Windows 
Each window represents the mission in action. They tell the story of the individuals of the teams that blazed the trail of women's basketball. They represent our current game and the athletes that are playing their hearts out today. Looking forward, they represent the continued education to promote the inspirational game of women's basketball.

About the Artist:
Danny Wilson is a nationally-recognized illustrator based out of Knoxville, Tennessee. For over 30 years, he has created award winning artwork for many national and international clients. His lifelong love of sports has led to commissions for many of his most visible projects around the United States. 

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Nancy Fahey Class of 2012
 
When Nancy was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, she was the head coach at Washington University in St. Louis. There she guided the Bears to an NCAA record five Division III National Championships. Currently, Nancy is the head coach at the University of Illinois, where she begins her second season at the helm. For more information on Class of 2012 inductee, Nancy Fahey click here.
 
Andy Landers Class of 2007
 
When Andy Landers was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, he was the head coach at the University of Georgia. At that time he was the first and only full-time women's basketball head coach at Georgia. Currently, Andy has joined ESPN's studio coverage of women's college basketball, working as an analyst alongside Rebecca Lobo (Class of 2010), Kara Lawson, and Maria Taylor. For more information on Class of 2007 inductee, Andy Landers click here

 

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